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A review aims to find out if anti-violence money is doing its job in Philadelphia
Anti-violence initiatives in the city will be evaluated, to make sure the funding is getting to those most at risk.
29 mins ago
Meet the Delaware Valley rescue pups competing in Puppy Bowl 2022
On Sunday, Feb. 13, Puppy Bowl XVIII will feature 16 dogs from animal rescue organizations across Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.
1 hour ago
How to talk to vaccine doubters: 5 tips for parent ‘ambassadors’
A health communications expert has developed a free online course to help people talk to those who are vaccine hesitant — and to fight misinformation with empathy.
14 hours ago
A 9-8-8 crisis line is coming. Mental health services ask: How do we stretch even more?
The aim is to make it easier for those having mental health issues to access intervention services and, ideally, avoid interactions with police.
Last straw: Fed-up Arizona Democrats censure Sen. Sinema
Sinema is growing increasingly isolated from some of her party’s most influential officials and donors after helping to scuttle voting rights legislation
15 hours ago
Ian Alexander Jr., only child of Regina King, dies at age 26
King said in a statement that her son was 'such a bright light who cared so deeply about the happiness of others.'
16 hours ago
Don’t approach lab monkey missing after Montour County crash, people told
State troopers urged people Saturday not to look for or capture the monkey after a crash the day before on a state highway near an Interstate 80 exit in Montour County.
19 hours ago
No longer a victim: How one survivor dealt with Philadelphia’s gun violence
Oronde McClain, who was shot in the head at age 10 in Philadelphia, shares his story with WHYY host Cherri Gregg.
20 hours ago
What the Joe Rogan podcast controversy says about the online misinformation ecosystem
More than a thousand health professionals are calling on Spotify to crack down on COVID-19 falsehoods aired on the podcast of the company's most popular host.
1 NYPD officer killed in Harlem shooting, suspect from Allentown
The officers had been responding to a call Friday about an argument between a woman and her adult son.
21 hours ago
Busted water mains flood Philly streets as city fails to hit pipe replacement goals
Philadelphia Water Department officials defended a 2018 rate increase by saying it would help the city meet water main replacement goals.
23 hours ago
Advocates for recreational marijuana in Delaware ‘optimistic’ this is the year
Gov. Carney opposes legalization but if the bill receives the required three-fifths majority to pass, that would be enough to override a veto.
1 day ago
Attorney General Garland pledges a comprehensive response to violent crime
The federal government will stand "shoulder to shoulder" with communities working to fight gun violence, Merrick Garland tells a meeting of U.S. mayors.
McConnell responds to uproar over comment about Black voters
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says the criticism he received over a comment made about African American voters is outrageous and offensive.
Election experts say Pennsylvania’s voting process is well-protected from ballot tampering
State election law and Dept. of State guidance show ballots are counted and re-counted, a process that's open to a representative for each candidate and party.
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