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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Mark:

$1K Reward Offered After St. Joe’s University Student Goes Missing In Bermuda

Authorities in Bermuda say a 19-year-old St. Joe's University freshman - visiting the island as part of a school rugby tour - is missing and they're appealing to the public for information. → Read More

Nation's Catholic Bishops Urging Congress To Come Up With DACA Solution

Camden Bishop Dennis Sullivan is among those sounding the call in this region. → Read More

Florida School Shooting Survivors Take Part In New Jersey Gun Control Rally

Survivors of the Florida high school massacre traveled to New Jersey to take part in a weekend rally demanding changes in the nation's gun laws. → Read More

Man Stabbed To Death Near Temple University

It happened around 11 p.m. Saturday in the 2000 block of North Gratz Street. → Read More

Gov. Murphy: New Jersey To Challenge Trump Immigration Order

New Jersey's new governor has gone on record supporting the DACA population in the Garden State and he has authorized legal moves to protect them. → Read More

Archdiocese Begins Annual Catholic Charities Appeal

This the 60th anniversary of the Catholic Charities effort for the archdiocese. → Read More

Quakertown School District To Hold Classes On MLK Day To Make Up For Snow Day

While most of the schools in the Philadelphia area are not in session Monday because of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, one Bucks County district will be holding classes on Monday. → Read More

Avoid Getting Scammed On Cyber Monday

Today is Cyber Monday - the day retailers supposedly put their best deals online for shoppers - experts say there are some good buys but you have to be careful. → Read More

DA: 4 People Remain Unaccounted For Following Fire At West Chester Senior Living Facility

A news conference at 3 p.m. Monday will update the investigation into the fire at a landmark West Chester nursing facility. → Read More

Police: 23-Year-Old Man Shot, Killed While Sitting Inside Car Outside Home

A North Philadelphia man was shot and killed early Thursday morning while sitting in his parked car just 50 feet from his family's home. → Read More

PA Medical Marijuana Growing Operation Wants To Sell It

Franklin Labs now admits it really wanted a clinical research permit to study the effective medical uses of marijuana. → Read More

Garden Commemorates Philadelphia Visit Of Pope Francis, World Meeting Of Families

The memorial garden and plaques are positioned just off Race Street, near 18th Street, next to the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul on the Parkway. → Read More

Atlanta-Bound JetBlue Flight Diverted To PHL After Reports Of Smoke

Philadelphia International Airport officials confirm a JetBlue flight that left Boston shortly before 9:30 a.m. for Atlanta, diverted to Philadelphia and landed safely shortly before 11 a.m. → Read More

Eye Institute Of Philadelphia Handing Out Free Eclipse Glasses

The Eye Institute of Philadelphia is handing out free, disposable glass to watch the eclipse next Monday. → Read More

Warrington Township Police To Use ID Fingerprint Scanners

A Bucks County police department is preparing to roll out a new tool to help them to positively identify people who come into contact with an officer. → Read More

Valley Forge Park Receives Donation From MontCo Group

Valley Forge National Historical Park gets a major gift from a Montgomery County community group to pay for improvements. → Read More

Woman In Critical Condition After North Philadelphia Shooting

A woman was shot and critically wounded overnight in North Philadelphia and police hope "electronic witnesses" might help solve this crime. → Read More

Local Ham Radio Operators Gather For Communications Exercise

Ham radio operators from the Delaware Valley are among thousands taking part in a nationwide emergency communications exercise this weekend. → Read More

City Pools Officially Open For The Summer

Philadelphia's mayor joined parks and recreation staff on Thursday in a ceremonial opening of the city's pools. → Read More

Survey: Philly Ranks Among Top Vacation, Historic Travel Destinations

A national news magazine ranks Philadelphia among the best vacation places. → Read More