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Students and residents scoop dirt as the town is flooded Typhoon Hagibis, in Marumori, Miyagi prefecture, northern Japan, Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019.

Rescuers in Japan are continuing to help people in the aftermath of a ferocious typhoon.Read more

Flyers fans embark on the first-ever Gritty 5K, benefiting Flyers charities.

Thousands of fans took to the streets in South Philadelphia on Sunday for the first-ever Gritty 5K, benefiting Flyers charities, to show their support for their favorite hockey team and mascot.Read more

Firefighter and neighbors look on at the aftermath of a fatal fire on the 6500 block of Woodland Avenue.

A fire in Southwest Philadelphia claimed a man's life early Sunday morning, sent another man to the hospital, and displaced nearly a dozen people.Read more

Philadelphia Union mascot Phang with Team Mexico and their coach before the Unity Cup final.

Fans representing countries from all over the globe came to the Unity Cup championship game Saturday at Talen Energy Stadium in Chester, broadcast on KYW Newsradio, which ended in a 3-0 Liberia victory over the United States.Read more

Danielle McNichol, director of Neumann University's center for leadership, helps outfit young people through the "Wardrobes for Work" program.

Neumann University's Center for Leadership in Aston provides free business attire to students and members of the community entering or re-entering the workforce.Read more

Pennies

Philadelphia City Council is taking a new approach to poverty reduction with a specific, ambitious goal.Read more

Gov. Phil Murphy

The Murphy administration is adopting a number of recommendations from a task force aimed at dealing with lead in water pipes and homes across the state.Read more

Pennsylvania Secretary of Human Services Teresa Miller with her three-year-old daughter.

The Wolf administration has announced plans to expand home visitation support for families with first time mothers and children with special needs covered by Medicaid.Read more

A selection of books on display.

The Bucks County Book Festival begins Saturday at multiple locations in Doylestown.Read more

AIDS Walk Philly

There's still time to sign up for next Sunday's 33rd annual AIDS Walk in Philadelphia, which raises funds and awareness for people living with HIV and AIDS. Read more here.Read more

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