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Past articles by Wakisha:

Mosque in Philadelphia's West Oak Lane section vandalized

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

Eagles merch flying off the shelves at Pro Shop

It's been a "wild two weeks" at the stores selling Eagles merchandise during this run to Super Bowl LVII. → Read More

Protest over racially charged video planned at Philadelphia Catholic school

The video showed a student spray painting another student's face black and making racist remarks. → Read More

Eagles fans excited for next NFC Championship game

Next Sunday, the Eagles will either take on the San Francisco 49ers or the Dallas Cowboys. → Read More

Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board raises liquor, wine prices

For instance, a $25 bottle of wine will now cost you $26. → Read More

Eagles: Hurts expected to be back for game against Giants

Sunday afternoon is the Birds' final regular game against the New York Giants, and Jalen Hurts is expected to start. → Read More

Focusing on the Future: Using body language to teach art

Erica Mandell is an award-winning Philadelphia art teacher. Here's more on the interesting way she communicates with her students. → Read More

Thanksgiving travel: airports, train stations packed, long lines

Here are some tips to make your travel go as smoothly as possible. → Read More

3 people dead after North Philadelphia house fire

Two people were found dead in the building, an additional person later died at the hospital. → Read More

Final push for candidates before 2022 midterm election

The clock is winding down as voters prepare to head to the polls for the 2022 midterm election. → Read More

Eagles fans celebrate after their Birds defeat the Dallas Cowboys

Fans cheered on an Eagles victory against their nemesis, the Dallas Cowboys with a 26 to 17 win, making the birds 6 and 0. → 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

Former Philadelphia police officer Eric Ruch found guilty of voluntary manslaughter in fatal shooting of Dennis Plowden

Eric Ruch was found guilty in the fatal shooting of 25-year-old Dennis Plowden back in 2017. → Read More

About one-third of Americans are expected to travel for Labor Day weekend, AAA says

The travel app Hopper predicts close to 13 million Americans will fly during the Labor Day weekend. → Read More

New Wawa SEPTA station welcomes first riders and trains

CBS3 has been talking with quite a few passengers that are just happy to see this type of service being offered again because they say it was very much needed. → Read More

Dell Music Center partners with Philadelphia Youth Network to help teens focus on futures in music

An inspiring group of Philadelphia teens are focusing on their futures in music. → Read More

Police apprehend 3 suspects after 4 teenagers shot during birthday party in North Philadelphia

Police say the teen party on the 2800 block of Bonsall Street was out of control. → Read More

Block captain shot while trying to stop thieves from stealing catalytic converter in Germantown: Police

Police say the block captain was on alert because another neighbor reported having her catalytic converter stolen this past weekend. → Read More

Brown's Super Stores boost minority-owned businesses in Philadelphia grocery stores

Although August has been designated as Black Business Month, this retailer has gone out of its way year-round to boost minority-owned brands. → Read More

Demolition of historic St. Laurentius Church in Fishtown could begin as early as Wednesday

Its iconic spires have stood tall in the community for over a century, but eight years ago it closed because of safety concerns. → Read More