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Katherine Scott

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The Bronx, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Katherine:

Dangerous Temperatures: Code Blue issued in Bucks County

A Code Blue has been issued in Bucks County in light of the plunging temperatures. → Read More

Camden elementary students take part in Black History Month celebration

With songs, dance and history, Camden Prep Copewood Elementary held a Black History Month celebration on Wednesday morning. → Read More

Vice President Mike Pence to visit Philadelphia on Wednesday

Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to arrive in Philadelphia late Wednesday morning. → Read More

Philadelphia begins the switch to LED lighting

Roughly 8,500 street lights in Philadelphia have been converted to LED's in recent years, but the city is about to pick up the pace. LED's generate more light with less power. → Read More

South Philadelphia educator honored for 50 years of teaching

A South Philadelphia teacher was honored on Friday for 50 years of teaching. → Read More

4-year-old boy shot and killed during reported home invasion in North Philadelphia

A North Philadelphia man told police his son was shot and killed during a home invasion early Thursday. → Read More

Authorities ID man killed in Sicklerville hit-and-run; police still searching for driver

Police in Winslow Township, Camden County are looking for the driver and the vehicle involved in a fatal hit and run in Sicklerville. → Read More

Girl, 14, struck by car after getting off school bus in New Jersey

A teen girl was struck by a car after getting off a school bus in New Jersey Tuesday. → Read More

Parent Cafes connect many across Philadelphia

Parent Cafes are held in neighborhoods across Philadelphia. They are free and welcome to all mothers, fathers, and caregivers. → Read More

City officials to give update on South Philadelphia explosion

City officials along with representatives from PGW plan to brief the community Thursday afternoon on the recovery efforts following an explosion and fire at 8th and Reed Streets last month. → Read More

Girl Scout Cookie sales have begun

Yes, it's the time of year when your New Year's resolution really gets put to the test. Girl Scout Cookie sales season has begun! → Read More

Grief counselors at William Penn High School after student killed in crash

Crisis teams and grief counselors consoled students at Colonial School District schools in New Castle, Delaware Friday after a fatal crash claimed the life of a classmate. → Read More

City of Philadelphia disperses homeless encampment at 18th and Vine streets

The clearing at the homeless encampment at 18th and Vine Street began precisely at 10 a.m. Monday. → Read More

Standoff ends in Allentown, residents can return home

A standoff with gunfire prompted police in Allentown to advise nearby residents to stay inside their homes early Thursday morning. → Read More

Crews recover one victim in South Philadelphia explosion, collapse

One of the victims who was killed when an explosion in South Philadelphia leveled three rowhomes and sparked a massive fireball has been recovered from the rubble, officials said Friday night. → Read More

Firefighters prevent disaster at Southwest Philadelphia ethanol storage facility with high-risk move

Firefighters jumped into action when an industrial facility went up in flames in Southwest Philadelphia on Monday night. They performed a high-risk move, shutting off a valve within feet of the flames. → Read More

Holiday happenings at the Franklin Institute

Look for special holiday happenings at the Franklin Institute this month! → Read More

David Sheppard released after 27 years in prison

Fifty-four-year-old David Sheppard left SCI Phoenix Tuesday morning accompanied by family members. → Read More

Local non profit delivers gift of sight from Philadelphia to Jamaica

Minutes before Simeon Edwards went into surgery in Jamaica for a sight-saving cornea transplant, he said he was "feeling good". → Read More

Former patient pays it forward with toy drive for kids at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

This holiday season looks a lot different for the Tyson family of Ridley Township, than the one 13 years ago. → Read More