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Thousands of Philadelphia and Philadelphia-area students skipped school Friday to gather at City Hall in solidarity with a global Climate Strike of young people all around the world.

Students are planning to walk out of school Friday for a City Hall rally to bring attention to climate change. Read more here. Read more

Anti-violence advocates at City Hall

After the recent rash of gun deaths involving children, anti-violence advocates are joining forces with police, City Council members and faith leaders to ask Philadelphians to search their homes for illegal guns. Read more here.Read more

Philadelphia City Hall.

Philadelphia City Council has amended its tax abatement phase-down plan, after Mayor Jim Kenney threatened to veto it. With the change, the new abatement plan will not take effect until next Dec. 31.Read more

William Torres

The man accused of shooting and killing a woman in her Montgomery County home last week has just been found not guilty of assaulting her in Maryland. Read more here.Read more

Food drive in Camden

Three companies located along the Camden waterfront teamed up to help Philabundance by donating 20,000 cans of food to the needy. Read more here.Read more

David Cohen is shown at the White House in 2014.

There's a change of leadership coming to Comcast, as longtime executive David Cohen has annnouced he is stepping down. Read more here.Read more

DelVal football

The Delaware Valley University football team is one of just eight teams still alive for the NCAA Division III National Championship. Read more here.Read more

Bear trap

The Pennsylvania Game Commission and the Delaware Fish and Wildlife Natural Resources Police are attempting to lure a bear seen roaming around suburban Philadelphia and northern Delaware for the past week ... with donuts and chololate. Read more here.Read more

Suhail Gillard.

A star football player at Mastery Charter School will be laid to rest Thursday after the 18-year-old was tragically shot and killed on Sunday. Read more here. Read more

Morris Starkman

Burlington County authorities have charged a 60-year-old former physician with doling out opioid painkillers almost at will and committing insurance fraud. Read more here. Read more