Jennifer Joyce, FOX 29

Jennifer Joyce

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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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School District of Philadelphia adds 6 half days to calendar for teacher professional development

The School District of Philadelphia is adding six half days for teacher professional development to the calendar, leading to frustration and confusion among parents. → Read More

Burlington Township High School homecoming to be held outside

The high school principal announced that homecoming will go on but it will be held outside this year. → Read More

Philadelphia School Board to vote on plan to dismiss students early every other Friday

Some Philly parents were left blindsided over a proposed plan that could let their kids out of school early every other Friday for the rest of the year. → Read More

5-year-old boy dies after being hit by pickup truck in Northeast Philadelphia

A five-year-old boy was killed after he was hit by a truck in Northeast Philadelphia. The driver remained at the location after the child was struck, officials said. → Read More

SEPTA proposes name change for subway, trolley lines

How do you like the name SEPTA Metro? It could become the new name for these trains and trolley cars as part of a major rebranding effort to make the system more user-friendly. → Read More

Cleanup continues after tornado rips through Mullica Hill

Volunteers have been outside daily clearing debris from the neighborhood after an EF-3 tornado ripped through a Mullica Hill community. → Read More

No arrests made in shooting that killed 8-year-old girl at Delaware County football game, DA says

The Delaware County District Attorney's Office said no arrests have been made in connection with the shooting that killed 8-year-old Fanta Bility. → Read More

Collingswood police officers rescue man trapped in vehicle sinking in lake

The officers smashed the car windows, fought the airbags and the murky water to get the victim out alive. → Read More

Yardley shooting: Police chief recovering after shooting at condo complex; suspect in custody

Bucks County DA Matthew Weintraub says the Yardley Borough Police Chief is "alive and doing well" after he was shot twice at a condo complex on Wednesday. → Read More

Yardley shooting: Police chief shot twice at condo complex released from hospital

Yardley Borough Chief Joseph Kelly was released from the hospital Thursday after sustaining two gunshot wounds at a condo complex, which led to an hours-long standoff. → Read More

COVID boosters are good, say local health experts, but emphasis on first vaccine shots remain key

Local health experts say COVID-19 vaccine boosters are a good idea for immunocompromised, but the emphasis should remain that all adults get vaccinated. → Read More

School District of Philadelphia mulls over vaccine mandate for teachers

The COVID vaccines work and trust the science are the messages doctors continue to stress. Now, Philadelphia schools are weighing a vaccine mandate for teachers and staff. → Read More

Camden County Police Department training officers statewide on use of force, de-escalation

Camden County Police Chief Rodriguez says New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal called him a few weeks ago and asked if his department would take the lead on training the state’s 38,000 officers on de-escalation. → Read More

NJ bill could give students with special needs a school year do-over due to pandemic regression

NJ bill could give students with special needs a school year do-over because of pandemic regression. → Read More

As pipeline starts up, leaders try to calm the public after fear of gas shortages

The Colonial Pipeline is back up and online, but leaders are still trying to calm the public after fears of a gas shortage spread throughout the region. → Read More

'It's a bittersweet moment': West Philly teen prepares for prom after shooting death of her dad

A West Philadelphia teen prepares for her senior prom, while missing her father, who was gunned down in a triple shooting in February. → Read More

Philadelphia to reopen fully June 11, ease other restrictions May 21

On June 11, Mayor Jim Kenney says the city will lift all ‘Safer at Home' restrictions that were implemented at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in order to mitigate the spread of the virus. Smaller changes will be made on May 21. → Read More

New safety measures implemented at Philadelphia International Airport as travelers return

CHANGES AT PHL: Going through security at the Philadelphia International Airport is going to be different, especially if you haven't flown in the past year. → Read More

Cherry Hill Public Schools returning to in-person learning 5 days a week

RETURN TO IN-PERSON LEARNING: Students in Cherry Hill Public Schools are returning to in-person learning five days a week. → Read More

'Got it!' 4 AC Utility Authority employees wade through trash seeking customer's wedding ring

Four Atlantic County Utility Authority workers voluntarily wade through trash looking for a customer's wedding ring which was accidentally thrown out. → Read More