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Photo of vaping devices

The New Jersey legislature is poised to vote on a series of bills dealing with vaping and the dangers it presents. Read more here.Read more

Travelers wait by the baggage claim at Philadelphia International Airport.

With the Thanksgiving weekend wrapping up, it's a mad dash for folks trying to get home for the work week. At Philadelphia International Airport, officials expected nearly 100,000 passengers to come through their doors Sunday, but Mother Nature did not help their cause. Read more here.Read more

The "Gun Violence: Beyond a Conversation" event at Canaan Baptist Church in Germantown included a gun buyback event.

It may be the holiday season, but one group is taking "no days off" from addressing the city's gun violence. Read more here.Read more

Police at the scene of a shooting in North Philadelphia which left a 16-year-old girl dead.

A teenage girl was shot Saturday in North Philadelphia, moments after she stepped off of a SEPTA bus. Read more here.Read more

Community cancellations.

KYW Newsradio has received the following community cancellations for Sunday, December 1:

  • Palm Schwenkfelder Church in Palm has cancelled all services.
     
  • St. Stevens UCC in Perkasie has cancelled all services.
     
  • Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran Church
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Judge's gavel

As World AIDS Day is observed, a lawsuit recently filed on behalf of a Delaware County woman is a reminder of how much of a stigma remains for sufferers of the disease. Read more here.Read more

Reinberger Nut Butter, which is sold on Loop.

A revolutionary way to avoid disposable consumer containers is getting a foothold in Philadelphia. Read more here.Read more

SEPTA's Suburban Station in Center City

Two of Philadelphia's most popular holiday attractions, Christmas Village and the Comcast Center light show, will have a special connection this season. Read more here.Read more

Marc Goldstein, who refurbishes and donates computers to students through the nonprofit ComputerSmiles.

Marc Goldstein’s computer hobby has led to a pretty thrifty nonprofit for students in need. Read more here.Read more

Judge's gavel

Sunday begins a two-year opportunity for victims of sexual abuse as minors in New Jersey to file civil suits against their alleged attackers and the entities that may have protected them. Read more here. Read more

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