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Flames shoot from roof of Delaware County condominium complex

Delaware County firefighters are on the scene of a fire at a condominium complex.

Small stove fire prompts evacuations in Chester County

Chester County fire crews responded to a stove fire - but when they noticed a strong odor of gas, 5 additional homes were evacuated.

Eagles, Foles secure No.1 seed, home-field advantage in playoffs with Christmas win

PHILADELPHIA -- St. Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles brought the city one more Christmas present as the team defeated the Oakland Raiders on...

Homes catch fire in Slaughter Beach on Christmas night

Firefighters battled a fire in Sussex County, Delaware on Christmas night.

Christmas brings Northeast blizzard, bitter cold in Midwest

The good news for many in the Northeast and Midwest was that it has been a white Christmas.

Fire at Devon train station causes major delays

DEVON, Pa. (YC) – Fire crews responded to the Devon Train Station just after 12:30 p.m. Monday. According to preliminary reports, flames were coming from...

Officer Killed, 1 Injured in Traffic Collision

A California Highway Patrol officer was killed and another injured in an overnight traffic collision.

Money raised for girl brutally attacked by raccoon

People have come forward to help the family of a 4-month-old girl brutally attacked by a raccoon inside their Philadelphia home.


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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