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Michael stands next to a promotional poster for his favorite TV show, "The Flash," at the KYW broadcast center.

Michael is 15 years old, and he's ready to put on his chef's apron. He's looking forward to cooking for a forever family one day. "(I like cooking) spaghetti, mac and cheese and everything else," he said. Read more here.Read more

A pregnant woman eating, reading a book.

If you are considering becoming pregnant or are pregnant, it is very important to know that the lifestyle decisions you make can have a dramatic impact on your unborn baby. Read more here.   Read more

Food in plastic containers.

Recently, a disturbing statistic was released which found that more than 90% of Americans ages six and older have detectable levels of a toxic chemical that can be found in plastics. Read more here. Read more

A girl vaping.

There has been a great deal of attention about vaping lately, but it's important to know some of the facts when you are concerned about the dangers. Read more here. Read more

This week's panel includes Penn professor Ioana Marinescu, Evan Kasoff, president of Temple University Graduate Student Association and conservative talk show host Dean Malik.

This week on Flashpoint: Host and KYW Community Affairs reporter Cherri Gregg asks the burning questions about a recent wave of union organizing. Read more here.Read more

Items on sale at the Philadelphia Museum of Art's new gift shop

If you're looking for some unique holiday gifts, why not check out the many museums in the area that have exciting gift shops? Read more here.Read more

Connor Barwin.

Connor Barwin spent 10 years in the NFL as one of the league's best pass rushers, and some of his most successful seasons were spent in Philadelphia with the Eagles. Read more here. Read more

KYW In Depth

In the inaugural episode of the new original podcast KYW In Depth, Carol MacKenzie speaks with Rusten Johnson, whose daughter was murdered two years ago, about the impact of the justice system's long, winding road on victims' families. Listen here.Read more

Beef stew by Hello Vietnam

Hello Vietnam debuts on Saturday with chef Tri Tan, a two-time “Best of Philly” winner, at the helm. Tan previously worked at Nam Son Bakery, which recently closed in the Hoa Binh Plaza due to redevelopment. Listen to the full story on the What’s Cooking podcast.Read more

Beyond the Bars music program.

Beyond the Bars began as a free music program for juveniles in correctional facilities. It was created to offer an outlet for creativity and expression to those who needed it, and along the way, interrupt cycles of violence and incarceration. Read more here. Read more

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