Kelly Rule, FOX 29

Kelly Rule

FOX 29

Norfolk, VA, United States

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  • WTKR NewsChannel 3

Recent articles by Kelly:

Recent announcements give hope for economic recovery in Atlantic City

With several announcements this week regarding investment and job opportunities in Atlantic City, there is hope for progress on economic recovery. → Read More

Mantua shooting that injured 4 caught on camera, hours after deadly shooting on same block

Police say four men were injured when gunfire erupted from inside a passing car Thursday morning in Mantua. Two of the men, ages 32 and 44, were hit several times but they are expected to survive. → Read More

2 killed, nearly a dozen displaced after 2-alarm fire in Wilmington, Del.

Two people have died and nearly a dozen are displaced after an early morning fire in Wilmington, Del. A firefighter is also being treated for minor injuries. → Read More

Overflowing trash, sidewalk sewage an issue at Philadelphia school

Raw sewage at one Philadelphia school and overflowing trash dumpsters at several schools is a health issue for students as well as the neighborhoods. → Read More

Family demands answers after video surfaces of officer appearing to punch teen during arrest

A family is demanding an answer after video surfaced showing a police officer punching a 16-year-old during an arrest in Chester. → Read More

Philadelphia teachers union reach tentative agreement on new contract

After intense negotiations Tuesday, the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers reach an agreement with the School District of Philadelphia. → Read More

Upper Darby School District students head back to the classroom

Monday was the first time all Upper Darby School District students can come back for in-person learning since March 13, 2020. → Read More

Pursuit ends with shots fired at police in West Mount Airy

Police say officers in an unmarked vehicle were following a stolen vehicle when the passenger fired their weapon multiple times at police. → Read More

School District of Philadelphia Board of Education to hold meeting over proposed vaccine mandate

As early as next week, vaccines may no longer be a choice for district staff. The school board will vote Tuesday on a mandate that would require COVID-19 vaccines for all district employees. → Read More

Camden hosts vaccine parade to promote more shots in arms

They are getting creative in Camden, using a vaccine parade, to get more shots into arms. It had everything, from cheerleaders to an ice cream truck and shots on hand. → Read More

School District of Philadelphia leaders discuss mental health support for students

Students in Philadelphia are not only dealing with the trauma of the pandemic but also the ongoing gun violence in the city. The School District of Philadelphia will be offering mental health support this fall. → Read More

Philadelphia parents prepare kids for a return to classrooms, in-person

As parents prepare children for a return to the classroom, the U.S. Dept. of Education released a checklist to help students and parents in the effort to be ready for school. → Read More

Chester County first responders start vaccinating people at their homes

HOMEBOUND VACCINES: Shots for those at home are now accessible through the Chester County Health Department's partnership with local EMS agencies. → Read More

Marple Twp. residents join together against PECO's proposed natural gas reliability station

Marple Township residents balk at PECO's proposed natural gas reliability station, while PECO attempts to push ahead on the project. → Read More

Help wanted: Philly's competing restaurants and hotels host a job fair, together

Management for 30 popular Philadelphia restaurants came together in one room to host a job fair, with the common goal of having enough staff to fully reopen. → Read More

Mask confusion: Different guidance leads to uncertainty

Mask or no mask? It's the question on everyone's minds and different guidance is leading to confusion. → Read More

COVID testing rates drop as vaccine rates rise across Delco, Montco

As vaccine rates rise, COVID testing rates are down across Delaware and Montgomery Counties. Some see that as a troubling sign. → Read More

Pa, SEPTA raise capacity limits; NJ students head to school in the fall as travel advisory is lifted

While Governor Phil Murphy announced students will head back to school in the fall and lifted the travel advisory, SEPTA and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania raised capacity limits. → Read More

Coaches remember basketball standout shot and killed near playground in Southwest Philly

HEARTBREAKING: Just two weeks before graduation, 16-year-old Quamir Mitchell was shot and killed near a playground Thursday night. → Read More

Defying the odds: Chester County girl born without rib cage may soon be able to go home

For nearly a year, London Kelly has defied the odds. After a rare condition left her without a ribcage, her mother has fought to get her the care she needs, in hopes of finally bringing her home. → Read More