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Representative Melissa Shusterman, John Allgood, and Preston Brown are on the Flashpoint panel, discussing compensation for college athletes.

This week on Flashpoint: Host and KYW Community Affairs reporter Cherri Gregg asks the burning questions about compensation for college athletes.Read more

A rain garden on display, made possible by the Rain Check program.

The Philadelphia Water Department's Rain Check may be one of the best programs you never heard of. It helps you beautify your home and the city, and help the environment.Read more

Steve Colfer

Steve Colfer has led the Cavaliers to 18 straight NCAA tournaments and he has won nearly 80% of his games as a head coach. But for him, success is about much more than just wins and losses. Listen to the full story here.Read more

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz (11) scrambles away from Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Tom Johnson (96) during the fourth quarter at Lincoln Financial Field.

What's it going to take for the Eagles to beat the Vikings on Sunday? Ray Didinger of 94WIP Sports Radio and NBC Sports Philadelphia, and the Voice of the Eagles, Merrill Reese, gave us their answers Friday morning.Read more

Blood pressure.

There are many reasons to be concerned about uncontrolled high blood pressure, with the major concern being the increased risk of a heart attack and stroke.Read more

Makenzie Clanagan and her mom, Clara speak to KYW Newsradio's Cherri Gregg.

KYW Newsradio Exclusive: October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and blogger, public speaker and advocate Makenzie Clanagan of Montgomery County is warning teens about the signs of a violent partner.Read more

Ear pain getting check out by doctor.

Otitis media and otitis externa are big words that describe two common problems: outer ear infections and inner ear infections. Read more

Aniyah Ayres brings life to the saying "small, but mighty."

Through her nonprofit, Aniyah's Mission, 13-year-old Aniyah Ayres has installed a food pantry in a Philadelphia-area school to make sure kids don't go hungry outside of meals provided at school. She hopes the initiative will be expanded to several other schools. Read more

Healthcare costs.

Surgery and medications are not always the most expensive part of treating a diseaseRead more

Children playing in nature.

Research finds that thinking skills improve more in children with regular exposure to green space. Read more

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