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Rachel Ortega.

Philadelphia Police have arrested a woman for fraud after she posed as a registered nurse and ran a home healthcare business. Read more

Philadelphia leaders introduced a bill on Thursday that could restrict minor's access to e-cigarette products.Read more

A second family has come forward alleging that the Chester Township Police Department is targeting  black people, after what they're calling an unwarranted arrest. Read more

Michael White walking out of court.

Michael White has been found not guilty of voluntary manslaughter in the fatal stabbing of Sean Schellenger.Read more

Security camera footage of PES

The revelation that a dangerous chemical was released into the air during the South Philly refinery explosion in June's has caught the attention of those living near the now-closed facility.Read more

West Chester heads down to West Virginia this weekend for a tough Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East Division game with Shepherd.Read more

Keenan Jones

The latest in the trial of 31-year-old Philadelphia man Keenan Jones, accused of shooting up a Cheltenham Walmart in August 2018, included first-hand accounts on Thursday from people who were shot, including a store manager who nearly died from a severed artery in her ankle. Read more

The Women on Boards report was released at the Forum of Executive Women leadership breakfast.

A new report released Thursday morning at the annual Forum of Executive Women leadership breakfast indicates that gender equality is lacking at the executive level of Philadelphia's top 100 companies. Read more

Danielle Pollack is producing a documentary about the failures of the family court system to protect children from abusive parents.

When parents get divorced, the fight over who gets custody of the kids can turn ugly. The ugliest cases are those in which a parent is accused of abuse. In a majority of those cases, the kids are awarded to the accused abuser. A child advocate from Philadelphia is on a mission to change that.Read more

Karate coach Mark Moore with his students.

Coach Mark Moore isn't the average karate teacher. His students say his punches extend further than his karate studio in South Jersey. Read more

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