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Entrance to the building that houses the Fitler Club in Center City Philadelphia.

An employee of the Fitler Club, a high-end Philadelphia social club, was stabbed in the stomach early Wednesday morning right outside its doors at 24th Street near Ranstead Street. He is in the hospital, and sources say he is expected to recover. Read more

Malcolm Jenkins attends The 2019 ESPYS presented by Capital One at the Microsoft Theater on July 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.

Eagles star Malcolm Jenkins and the president of the police union in Philadelphia have been having a war of words since Jenkins wrote an op-ed in the Inquirer about the city’s search for a new police commissioner. Read more

Yelena Nezhikhovskaya

A woman has been charged with murder in the death of her daughter in Philadelphia. A city judge almost got her out of jail for just $30. Read more.Read more

Sen. John Yudichak

The membership of the Pennsylvania Senate Democratic caucus has been reduced by one after a senator from the northeastern part of the state has changed his registration to independent. Read more here. Read more

Pennsylvania Capitol Building in Harrisburg.

The state Senate Wednesday is expected to approve a bill that would provide a modest increase in Pennsylvania’s minimum wage. If that happens, the bill will go to the House, where it’s likely to sit for a while. Read more here. Read more

Offshore wind energy.

New Jersey is doubling down on efforts to create offshore wind farms thanks to an executive order from Gov. Phil Murphy.  Read more here. Read more

A vigil in Fairmount held to remember 4-year-old Zya Singleton.

A Philadelphia neighborhood comes together to remember a 4-year-old girl who died earlier this month after what officials are calling severe physical abuse. Read more here. Read more

Philadelphia 76ers' Tobias Harris, Mike Scott, and James Ennis III giving out turkeys in South Philadelphia.

Some Philadelphia 76ers held a special event to help make sure some Philadelphia families have a complete Thanksgiving. Read more here. Read more

Philadelphia police

As Pleasantville High School and Camden High School get set to finish their playoff football game at Lincoln Financial Field Wednesday that was stopped by gunfire Friday, law enforcement is being recognized for their response to the shooting that night. Read more here.Read more

Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia

A Philadelphia jury has acquitted a man who fatally shot another outside an auto mechanic shop where the two worked. The killing was sparked by an argument over urination. Read more here. Read more