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Offshore wind farm developer secures approval to connect to Oyster Creek
A proposed offshore wind farm could revive the closed Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station in Ocean County.
48 mins ago
Activists protest Wolf administration’s decision to limit rally sizes in Capitol
The administration says it wants to make sure the rotunda is accessible to people with disabilities. Some disability advocates say the move is unnecessary.
1 hour ago
Cokie Roberts, pioneering female journalist who helped shape NPR, dies at 75
A best-selling author and Emmy Award winner, Roberts is one of NPR's most recognizable voices and considered one of a handful of pioneering women journalists.
2 hours ago
‘Tip of the iceberg’ — 1 in 16 women reports first sexual experience as rape
More than 3 million women experienced rape as their first sexual encounter, according to a new study, which surveyed women ages 18 to 44.
5 hours ago
Learn how blockchain works at cryptocurrency mining exhibit in University City
An exhibition at the University of Pennsylvania traces the ecological roots of the blockchain industry.
6 hours ago
Hear that? Philly’s carillonists get creative to ‘unhide’ some of America’s oldest bells
Philly is home to two of the oldest carillons in North America, but these one-of-a-kind bell instruments are “hidden in plain sight.”
7 hours ago
A North Philly development supported by Obama will break ground this fall
This fall, North Philly will watch as ground is broken on the final phase of a $120 million redevelopment.
8 hours ago
‘Edgy’ or offensive? Shane Gillis controversy fans fierce debate among Philly comedians
Four Philly comedians told WHYY this was the most divided the community had been in recent years.
15 hours ago
It’s been 20 years since Tropical Storm Floyd dumped excessive rainfall, spurring record flooding in N.J.
20 years ago today, Tropical Storm Floyd moved along the New Jersey coastline, dropping over a foot of rain in inland locations but only had moderate impacts at the Shore.
16 hours ago
Trenton mayor says council members quietly apologized for anti-Semitic remark
Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora says two members of the city council have apologized over use of the phrase “Jew her down.”
Judge puts freeze on sale of Hahnemann residency program — for now
A federal judge has temporarily stopped the sale of more than 550 slots for doctors in training, cutting off a potential infusion of funds to the troubled hospital.
19 hours ago
Reporters dig into Justice Kavanaugh’s past, allegations of misconduct against him
In their new book, The Education of Brett Kavanaugh, New York Times reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly detail what's already known about Kavanaugh.
20 hours ago
Fishermen demand a say in decisions on offshore wind energy
The purpose of the hearing was to gather input from the fishing industry and its advocates to be considered in future regulation of the nascent wind energy market.
21 hours ago
Going carbon neutral: Pa.’s key role in fight against climate change
StateImpact Pa. signed on to “Covering Climate Now,” an effort that describes itself as “aimed at strengthening the media’s focus on the climate crisis.”
1 day ago
World record attempt for ‘most roars’ at CCP mascot reveal, replacing symbol of colonialism
Teams at Community College of Philadelphia will now be repped by a lion instead of “Colonial Phil.”
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