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Past articles by Trang:

ACLU Announces Philadelphia Police Pilot Program As Alternate To Stop And Frisk

Under a pilot program starting Aug. 1st, instead of stop and frisk, officers will ask people to stop the behavior and leave the area. → Read More

Philadelphia Families, Their Pets Find Creative Ways To Stay Cool Amid Extreme Heat

Wednesday afternoon is expected to be another scorcher and some families are doing it right -- they came out early to enjoy a couple of festivities before it gets too hot. → Read More

Chinatown Businesses Hoping Customers Return For Lunar New Year And Beyond

Here in Philadelphia, the biggest celebration usually happens in Chinatown, but not this year. → Read More

Homeland Security Bulletin Warns Of Continued Threat Of Domestic Extremists

Law enforcement across the country are on high alert following a National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) bulletin issued by Acting Secretary of Homeland Security David Pekoske. → Read More

Despite Pandemic, Some Annual Philadelphia New Year’s Eve Traditions Continue, With Changes

Unlike in years past, there won't be any fireworks in the Philadelphia area this New Year's Eve. → Read More

Dulce Maria Alavez Vigil Held 3 Days Before 1st Anniversary Of Disappearance

Sept. 16th marks a year since Dulce Maria Alavez disappeared from the Bridgeton City Park. → Read More

Hundreds Of Union Workers Rally Outside City Hall To Demand Safer Work Conditions For Essential Employees

Workers are sending a strong message on this Labor Day holiday. → Read More

Main Line Dentist Creates Shield System To Protect Patients, Staff From COVID-19

Dr. Mindy Benjamini says the PatientsShield not only protects patients but providers as well. → Read More

Grape Juice Toast Among Women’s Equality Day Celebration At Independence Hall

Vision 2020, a non-partisan initiative based at Drexel University working for women’s equality, organized the commemorative event. → Read More

The Struts Kick Off Drive-In Concert Series At Citizens Bank Park Parking Lot

The Struts are headlining the first concert in the four-week drive-in concert and comedy series happening in the parking lot of Citizens Bank Park. → Read More

Phillies, Fans Gearing Up To Finally Open Season On Friday Vs. Marlins

This Opening Day will look a lot different from years past. The only spectator in the stands will be the Phillie Phanatic. → Read More

Young Pilot Hailed Hero After Landing Small Plane On Route 422 In Berks County

Police say the pilot on the Cessna landed on Route 422 in Exeter Township Monday night after the plane's engine failed. → Read More

Changes To US Postal Service Could Mean Mail Delays, Reduced Operating Hours

American Postal Workers Union Local 89 President Nick Casselli says customers will suffer the most when mail delivery is delayed. → Read More

King Hill’s Mother Pleads For 2-Year-Old’s Safe Return As Weeklong Search Continues

It’s been a week since 2-year-old King Hill was reported missing, and Philadelphia police are “leaving no stone unturned” in their investigation to find him. → Read More

Kite And Key Owner Clears Air After Controversy About People Not Social Distancing Outside Of Establishment

The Land on Callowhill was ordered to cease operations for operating without proper licenses and violating COVID-19 guidelines. → Read More

Philadelphia Police: 6-Year-Old Boy Dies After Suffering Gunshot Wound To Chest

According to officials, this happened after 12:45 p.m. along the 4600 block of Kendrick Street. → Read More

Several Volunteer Groups Leading The Way For COVID-19 Testing In Parts Of Philadelphia

Volunteers have also been operating community-based pop-up testing sites that people may find less intimidating. → Read More

Joe Biden Releases 8-Point Plan To Safely Reopen Economy During West Philadelphia Visit

Biden says President Donald Trump isn't doing enough to keep workers safe. → Read More

Local Swim Clubs Reopen With New Safety Policies As Southeast Pennsylvania Enters Yellow Phase

Businesses will be adapting to a new normal this summer and that includes local swim clubs. → Read More

Gun Range Owner Shoots, Kills Suspected Burglar In South Philadelphia

A South Philly gun range owner shot and killed a suspected burglar inside his business early Tuesday morning. → Read More