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Building it Better Together: How SEPTA plans to improve mass transit in Philadelphia

Traffic congestion, growing populations, and increased environmental impact - all of the ingredients to make mass transit a priority are there. → Read More

Birds hold big pep rally for Philadelphia Eagles fans in London

With the Eagles just hours away from landing in London for this Sunday's game with the Jaguars, the team hosted a pep rally for fans who have already made the journey. → Read More

Vernon Odom recalls covering Martin Luther King Jr. assassination

A member of the Action News team has a very vivid memory of how the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. unfolded. → Read More

Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery surprises kids with truck full of toys

On a December night in North Philadelphia a large semi-truck rolled down a narrow street as part of a major surprise. → Read More

Outpouring of love and support for Texas church

In the wake of the tragedy, a lot of help is pouring in for the Texas church and community. → Read More

Wilmington students' rap music video goes viral

Elementary school students in Wilmington are using music to express the violence they experience daily and their hopes to change it. → Read More

Silent Philly: New party trend making noise in clubs

A new nightclub trend is sweeping the area. And the concept might have you re-thinking the usual club atmosphere. → Read More

VIDEO: ESPN analyst Stephen A. Smith on Chip Kelly's firing

News anchor Sharrie Williams spoke with ESPN analyst Stephen A. Smith to get his thoughts after the Eagles fired coach Chip Kelly. → Read More

70 years later, WWII vet's prayer book returned to wife

Patricia DeFinis has fond memories of her husband Anthony. → Read More

4 in custody after drug bust at Penn's Landing Hilton

A night at the Hilton turned out to be more eventful than guests could have imagined when a drug sting had police swarming the Penn's Landing property. → Read More

Temple student starts petition for pope to bless Bradford's knees

Temple University student Patrik Patel's request on the website Change.org is to have the pope bless the knees of Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford. → Read More

NHTSA campaign to keep children out of hot cars

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) held an event Friday to remind parents to "look before they lock". → Read More

Doctors amputate man's foot on Philadelphia train tracks

A man is recovering from utterly dramatic emergency surgery performed on railroad tracks in Northeast Philadelphia. → Read More

King of Prussia Mall offers preview of new expansion corridor

The King of Prussia Mall is in the midst of a massive expansion and officials say the project is nearly halfway complete. → Read More

How churches are working to keep congregations safe

After nine people were fatally shot inside a church in South Carolina, some worry that no place is safe - not even houses of worship. → Read More

Shoppers outraged after Lilly Pulitzer event ends abruptly early

Call it a case of retail rage - instead of paisley and pink, shoppers were seeing a deep shade of red after the first day of a Lilly Pulitzer warehouse sale ended abruptly. → Read More

Northeast Philadelphia girl, 12, burned by iPhone in her pocket

A 12-year-old girl suffered 2nd degree burns on the way to school when her iPhone caught fire and burned a hole in her pocket. → Read More

Hatboro couple relieved family in Nepal survived

A local couple in Hatboro, Montgomery County has a very close connection to the situation in Nepal. → Read More

Strangers help save dog struck in hit-and-run

A dog that was the victim of a hit-and-run is back home with his family - thanks to the generosity of strangers. → Read More

Army veteran awarded new home in New Jersey

With the balloons in place, the American flags waving in the wind, and a big red bow on the front door, the stage was set to give back to a true hero, Army Staff Sgt. Mario Murray. → Read More