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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Steve:

Salvation Army Preparing Thousands Of “Thanksgiving-To-Go” Meals

Hundreds of families in need will be able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal thanks to generous donations from the Salvation Army. And instead of a communal meal, the families will be able to enjoy the feast in their own homes. → Read More

Misplaced Craigslist Ad Brings Local Man, Woman Needing A Kidney Together

A local man is risking his own life after stumbling on a Craigslist posting. → Read More

New Rules Have Some Mormons Questioning Their Faith

Turmoil for the Mormon Church as new rules have some members questioning their faith. "It's really heartbreaking," Holly King Bennett tells Eyewitness News. → Read More

Pottstown’s First-Ever Student And School Board Member

When he takes his seat in December, 18-year-old Emmanuel Wilkerson will become the first simultaneous student and school board member in Pottstown District History. → Read More

Pair Of Baby Goats Missing From Local Petting Zoo

After the caretakers put the goats to bed Sunday night, they reportedly went missing the next morning. → Read More

Philly Business Victimized Days After Owner Stabbed Almost 30 Times

This marks the second time since Thursday criminals invaded Southwest Auto Tag Service. → Read More

Philadelphia Police Continue Effort To Create A Diverse Workforce

The Philadelphia Police department is working to attract more minorities and women. → Read More

Local Child Star’s Mother Says Officials Not Doing Enough After Daughter Allegedly Received Death Threat

The little girl’s mother claims her daughter received death threat at school and officials aren’t doing enough to keep her safe. → Read More

Teen Cancer Survivor Celebrates Beating The Disease With Rocky Run Up Art Museum Steps

For 13-year-old Sean Bartolucci, these 72 steps represent a year-and-a-half of struggle to persevere through a battle with cancer. And for him, standing above them Sunday means everything. → Read More

Local Student With Special Needs Fights Back When School Tells Him He Can’t Be Part Of Field Day

He took to social media and that changed everything. → Read More

Tributes Continue To Pour In For Beau Biden

In Delaware and across the political world tributes continue to pour in for Beau Biden. → Read More

African American Civil War Veterans Honored At Dedication Ceremony In Camden

Before Johnson Cemetery Memorial Park was an honored hallowed ground for fallen African American troops, it was just Johnson Park. → Read More

Woman Speaks Out After Rescue In Montgomery County

By Steve Patterson BUCKS COUNTY, Pa., (CBS) -- "I was just terrified. I thought I was going to be dead." When 78-year-old Nahlin Duka felt the first impact she knew she and her daughter were in trouble. "I really thought after the third banging - this was it. → Read More

Young Man Suffering From Cerebral Palsy Overcomes All Odds To Achieve Goal

His dream since six years old, like his father and two brothers before him: become an Eagle Scout. → Read More

Delaware’s Only National Chess Champs Are Looking For A Repeat

Students on the team at Thomas Edison Charter are the first National Junior High Chess Champions in Delaware. → Read More

High School Mourns Death Of Football Player

A Monday in mourning. Back to school for students grieving the loss of classmate and friend: 15-year-old Freshman Running Back Ryan Gillyard. → Read More

Radnor Police Collect Toys For Son Of Fallen Philadelphia Sergeant Wilson

Radnor Police Lieutenant Chris Flanagan says even without knowing Wilson or his family the men and women some 20 miles away knew they wanted to help. → Read More

Camden Pair On A Mission To Protect Historic Former Home Of Martin Luther King Jr.

For two years of his life, from 1948 to 1950, Martin Luther King Junior lived at a now-dilapidated home in the 700-block of Walnut Street. → Read More

Police: Amber Alert Canceled; Missing Del. Girl And Father Found Safe

Police say an Amber Alert has been canceled and three-year-old Elinor Trotta has been safely located in Massachusetts. → Read More

Suspect Identified In Deadly Police-Involved Shooting In Allentown

Police are investigating a deadly police-involved shooting in Allentown early Monday morning. → Read More