Alicia Roberts, CBS News

Alicia Roberts

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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Alicia:

Mosque in Philadelphia's West Oak Lane section vandalized

Leaders say lately the house of worship has been a frequent target. → Read More

John Fetterman checks into hospital to receive treatment for clinical depression

Fetterman has experienced depression off and on through his life, but it's become more severe in recent weeks, his office said. → Read More

NJ school closure linked to Michigan State University shooting

All five Ewing Township public schools closed Tuesday morning "out of an abundance of caution." → Read More

Man fatally stabbed at Center City SEPTA station, police say

Police say the man was stabbed twice in the chest and pronounced dead at Jefferson Hospital. → Read More

Remains of missing Montgomery County mother Jennifer Brown located

Brown, 43, was last seen at her home on Jan. 3. in Limerick Township. → Read More

Mild weather in Philadelphia leaves people with mixed emotions

Some say it was warm while others bundled up. → Read More

After several hours, crews rescue man trapped in trench in Allentown

Dozens of emergency workers worked to free the man. → Read More

123rd Mummers Parade returns after two-year hiatus

For the first time in two years, thousands lined Broad Street for the sights and sounds of the 123rd Mummers Parade. → Read More

How to deal with feeling bloated while holiday eating

Start by cutting out those fatty, sugary foods ASAP. → Read More

Route 420 South bridge in Delaware County to close indefinitely

The Route 420 South bridge over the Darby Creek was built in 1930. → Read More

Family grateful for return of dog allegedly stolen from Wawa

Theo spent most of Sunday resting and despite losing about 10 pounds, Natalie Ciervo and Matt Berk say he is doing well. → Read More

Philadelphia City Council approves permanent 10 p.m. curfew

Philadelphia's summertime curfew could soon become permanent. → Read More

Arrest made in fatal Gloucester Township hit-and-run: police

It happened along the Black Horse Pike between Almonesson Road and Route 42. → Read More

Man killed, teenager shot on SEPTA Broad Street Line

Authorities say the shooting victim was in his 20s and was shot 11 times throughout the body. → Read More

13-year-old boy shot in head in West Oak Lane identified, police say

The shooting happened shortly before 7 p.m. in the 6500 block of North Smedley Street. → Read More

2 men wanted for beating, robbing beloved Bucks County comic store owner

The brutal incident at Comic Collection was captured on a surveillance camera. → Read More

3-alarm junkyard fire in North Philadelphia placed under control

The fire broke out around 5:20 p.m. Tuesday in the 300 block of West Sedgley Avenue. → Read More

As Philadelphia's homicide numbers rise, roughly 50% of cases don't get solved

At least 393 people have been killed in Philadelphia in 2022. For many families left to deal with the grief, they must also live with the reality that their loved one's killer remains on the run. → Read More

4-year-old boy critically wounded after being accidentally shot by family member in East Germantown, police say

Police say the family member was cleaning the gun inside the home when they accidentally shot the boy. → Read More

Mother of 6 stabbed to death in West Philly had protective order against fiance charged in her murder

Lockhart leaves behind six daughters. The oldest is 10 years old, the youngest just 5 months. → Read More