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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

A black bear has been spotted running through yards in Wilmington, Delaware.

Authorities in Delaware believe a black bear that was spotted earlier in Wilmington and several other locations in Delaware is now in Brandywine Park. 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

Christmas tree at Philadelphia City Hall.

Philadelphia came together Wednesday evening for the lighting of the 65-foot Christmas tree at City Hall. Read more here. Read more

Lauren Landgrebe

A Bucks County woman has been charged in the death of an 11-month-old at an unlicensed day care, which she was running out of her home. Read more here.Read more

Philadelphia City Hall.

Philadelphia City Council members gave preliminary approval to slashing the 10-year tax abatement Tuesday, but the bill they approved faces a major hurdle. Read more here. Read more

George Zimmerman

George Zimmerman, the Florida man acquitted in the 2012 death of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin, is suing Martin's family, prosecutors and others involved in the case for $100 million. In a lawsuit filed Wednesday, he claimed that the case relied on false evidence and cites "malicious...Read more

City Hall, Philadelphia.

Philadelphia developers have long offered Community Benefit Agreements as a way to overcome neighborhood opposition to controversial projects. But a bill that advanced in City Council would make them mandatory for certain developments. Read more here. Read more