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Denver, CO, United States

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Man charged after racist attack caught on video in Upper Merion, Pennsylvania

Farrukh Abbas never thought a walk through his own apartment complex would be dangerous until he said one of his own neighbors targeted him in a racist attack. → Read More

New Jersey couple tips diner waitress with a car: 'She's our favorite person'

A couple in New Jersey tipped their favorite Empire Diner waitress with a car. → Read More

Woman grabs baby, runs froms scene of deadly hit-and-run in Overbrook Park

One person has died and six others are hurt in a multi-vehicle crash on Haverford Avenue in Philadelphia's Overbrook Park section. → Read More

New Jersey gyms and health clubs can reopen at 25% capacity starting today

Gyms and health clubs in New Jersey can reopen from their COVID-19 pause at 25% capacity beginning Tuesday. → Read More

All Morrisville students will get Chromebooks thanks to community donations

A school district Morrisville, Bucks County is opening all virtual this fall, but the district had a big problem: they needed more laptops. That's when the community came in to help. → Read More

Phillies plan fun, freebies for Opening Day 2020

When the first pitch gets thrown out at 7:05pm tonight, there won't be any fans in the stands of Citizens Bank Park, but there will still be a roar from the crowd. → Read More

Borgata, Barnes Foundation and Six Flags water park welcome back visitors on Thursday

It's been months since guests have viewed the fine art and exhibits at The Barnes Foundation in the Spring Garden section of Philadelphia. For members of the museums, the wait ends today. → Read More

COVID-19 blamed for more crowds, trash at Devil's Pool in Philadelphia

As the weather got warmer, Kimberly Benedetto noticed something about her visits to Wissahickon Valley State Park: there was more trash. → Read More

Juneteenth being celebrated throughout Delaware Valley, no Philly parade due to COVID-19

There won't be a formal parade for Juneteenth in Philadelphia this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But, by all accounts, Juneteenth is getting more recognition as a holiday than it ever has before. → Read More

Encampment to help Philly homeless grows on Ben Franklin Parkway, city says not 'long-term solution'

The growing encampment along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia serves as a two-fold protest: to continue support of the Black Lives Matter movement and to bring awareness to the city's homelessness problem, organizers told Action News. → Read More

Police say cache of looted goods found in Delco apartment

Colwyn police have taken two people into custody who they say stole thousands of dollars worth of items during a looting spree. → Read More

Businesses along New Jersey beaches, prepare for Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day Weekend is a big deal for many who want to enjoy the shore and for businesses. Some businesses can make up to 20 percent of their summer revenue on Memorial Day Weekend alone. → Read More

Coronavirus creates challenges for group helping abused children

Children who have been abused or neglected often get shuffled from place-to-place. The non-profit organization CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) aims to be a constant in those children's otherwise chaotic life. → Read More

Montgomery County relaxes COVID-19 testing rules as 2nd death reported

Montgomery County has relaxed its requirements for people to be tested for the coronavirus, as the county reports its second death from COVID-19. → Read More

Advice on safer grocery shopping after store workers test positive for coronavirus

After a worker tested postiive for COVID-19 at the ShopRite on McDade Boulevard in Glenolden, Consumer Reports has some advice for safe grocery shopping during the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

How COVID-19 is changing daily life for seniors

Seniors facing the coronavirus pandemic have had good reasons to take extra precautions. → Read More

New Jersey assisted living facility working to protect against coronavirus

Assisted living facility officials at Spring Hills Cherry Hill are working to protect residents against the coronavirus. → Read More

Philadelphia's new police commissioner starts amid surge in homicides, internal strife

Danielle Outlaw, the former police chief of Portland, Oregon, was chosen by Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney from a pool of more than 30 candidates to take the helm of the 6,500-officer force. → Read More

Coronavirus: Philadelphia travelers cautious, face masks in demand

The U.S. State Department has issued a new warning for American travelers: don't go to China. Last night, the State Department issued its highest-level travel advisory, Level 4, because of the Coronavirus Outbreak. → Read More

Body of missing teen found in bin in South Philadelphia amid human trafficking investigation: Sources

Sources tell Action News authorities have positively identified the body of a woman found in a plastic bin Thursday night in a South Philadelphia home. → Read More