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Working Families Party's Kendra Brooks.

A single mother of five made history on Election Day becoming the first third-party candidate to snag an at-large seat on Philadelphia City Council since the city create the minority party system. Read more here.Read more

Residents in Point Breeze protested a meeting discussing Sunoco's Philadelphia Energy Solutions Refinery clean up program.

Residents in Point Breeze protested a meeting discussing Sunoco's Philadelphia Energy Solutions Refinery clean up program Thursday evening, saying they've been left out of the process. Read more here. Read more

Photo of the aftermath of a tornado at Clonmel Farm.

One week after the EF2 tornado touched down in Delaware County, massive tree removal efforts, damage assessments and structural repairs continue, and hard-hit animal farms are finding insurance isn't covering everything and are looking to the public for help. Read more

East Point Lighthouse.

A project to protect New Jersey's second oldest lighthouse from flooding isn't enough to save it from the ongoing danger posed by erosion and storm surge from the nearby Delaware Bay, a group which runs the historic site for the state warns. Read more

Philadelphia police

There is a heavy police presence outside a home in Doylestown borough in Bucks County Thursday evening, where authorities say there is a report of shots fired from the home. Read more here. Read more

Tymear Johnson

The case against a Philadelphia man accused of shooting a 13-year-old boy point-blank inside a Chinese takeout restaurant is now in the jury’s hands. Read more here.Read more

Reading Terminal Market.

Merchants at Reading Terminal Market are preparing early this year to celebrate the holidays with their inaugural Holiday Showcase starting Friday. Read more

Michael White walking out of court.

Lawyers for Michael White were in court Thursday explaining why their client hasn’t checked in with the court since trial, as directed. Read more here.Read more

— Some 400 people rallied outside the Capitol building in Trenton, urging state legislators to act on a bill that would give driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants in New Jersey.

Some 400 people rallied outside the Capitol building in Trenton, urging state legislators to act on a bill that would give driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants in New Jersey.Read more

Sean Kratz, accused of killing three people on a Bucks County farm in 2017, is asking a judge to throw out his confession to police, and also to block prosecutors from seeking the death penalty.

Day Two of the trial of Sean Kratz, accused of killing three men in July 2017 on his cousin's farm near Near Hope, started with an action-packed, dramatic morning.Read more

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