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President Trump Pardons Sheriff Joe Arpaio

President Trump pardoned 85-year-old Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio tonight. Get the latest.

Marple Newtown grad tragically dies in accident Saturday

A community is mourning the loss of a young man after he lost control of his vehicle early Saturday morning.

Septa bus shot in Brookhaven Saturday night

The window of a Septa bus was shot Saturday night in Delaware County.

Philly cop arrested after DUI related crash

A Philadelphia Police Officer was arrested following an off-duty automobile accident as a result of impaired driving.

Two shootings just hours apart in Chester

A man was shot outside of a market late Tuesday night followed by a shooting at a Sunoco gas station just after midnight Wednesday.

Haverford man gunned down in daytime shooting

Authorities are investigating a deadly shooting in Haverford Twp., Delaware County.

Upper Darby man shot with over a dozen children nearby

At approximately 7:08 p.m. a man was shot in the leg on the 400 block of Long Lane in Upper Darby.

Man gunned down and murdered in Chester Saturday afternoon

Chester Police responded to a call on the 1200 block of Thomas Street for a man down in the street following gunshots.

DAILY RUNDOWN

Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro Asks Court to Revoke Accused Predatory Towing Company For Violating Agreement with His Office

Attorney General Josh Shapiro is seeking restitution for more than 200 drivers that were victimized by Philadelphia-based George’s Towing.

William Lewis Absconds Megan’s Law After Pleading Guilty to Indecent Assault Involving 13-Year-Old

William Lewis, 23, of Delaware County, failed to properly register with Megan's Law after pleading guilty to a sex crime involving a child under 13.
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Pa. State Rep. Margo Davidson could become the first homeless lawmaker in history

Delaware County State Representative Margo Davidson is on the verge of becoming the first homeless politician, stunning lawsuit reveals.

Weinstein lawyer: Prosecutors are acting like ‘moviemakers’

Weinstein’s lawyer told jurors Thursday that prosecutors in the rape case against him were acting like moviemakers, conjuring up a world “where women had no free will.”
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