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Why Ida’s Remnants Left the Vine Street Expressway Under Water

Last September, a major thoroughfare that connects I-95 and the Schuylkill Expressway in Center City Philadelphia filled up like a bathtub. It was one of the most striking impacts of the remnants of Hurricane Ida. A year later, state transportation officials have a pretty good sense of what went wrong...
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As Philadelphia's homicide numbers rise, roughly 50% of cases don't get solved

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- At least 393 people have been killed in the city of Philadelphia in 2022. For many families left to deal with the grief, they must also live with the reality that their loved one's killer remains on the run. For every person killed in Philly, there's about a 50/50 chance their case will be solved. "Unfortunately he is not with us to share his 31st birthday," Temeka Murray said.  Dominique Johnson Murray would have celebrated his 31st birthday Sunday. Instead, his mother Temeka Murray marked the day with a balloon release to honor her son's life cut short in...

1 dead, 1 injured after shooting in West Philadelphia, police say

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – One person is dead and another is injured after an overnight shooting in West Philadelphia. The shooting happened near the intersection of Pemberton and South 55th Streets around 12 a.m.Police say two men were shot. One of them was rushed to Presbyterian Hospital and was pronounced dead a short time later.The other man walked into Mercy Hospital and was later transferred to Presbyterian Hospital in stable condition.There are no arrests.

15 questions with... Brandon Graves, a Penn sprint football freshman

The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Penn sprint football's Brandon Graves — who earned the Collegiate Sprint Football League Rookie of the Week award in his debut performance last weekend — to ask 15 questions about his time on the team so far, his week one heroics, and his future on the team. Here's what the freshman wide receiver had to say.

22 can’t-miss concerts coming to New Jersey in October

Outdoor concerts were so last month. Seriously though PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, Freedom Mortgage Pavilion (formally known as the Waterfront Music and BB&T Pavilion) in Camden, and MetLife Stadium were full of some great shows over the summer. It might have been the biggest summer of tours, from...

Philadelphia man indicted for alleged narcotics trafficking in Lycoming, Clinton counties

Willliamsport, Pa. — A Philadelphia man who allegedly conspired to distribute drugs in Lycoming and Clinton counties was indicted last week in federal court. Demetri Carroll, 27, is charged with one count conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and nine counts of possession with intent to distribute controlled substances, including methamphetamine, fentanyl, cocaine base and cocaine between October 2021 and August 2022. The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Middle District of...

Pa. college graduate was shot dead on sidewalk ‘for no apparent reason’

A Temple University graduate’s final moments before he was fatally shot near Drexel University were captured on surveillance video. Everett Beauregard, 23, was on his way home from a night out with friends at a bar in South Philadelphia just before 12:30 a.m. Thursday when he was shot in the back of the neck, Philadelphia Police Captain Jason Smith said Friday at a press conference.
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First Alert Canceled; Gusty Storms, Showers Possible Into Evening

Partly sunny skies and early-autumn temperatures didn't last too long on Sunday afternoon, but the storms and showers that moved through our area didn't stay, either. The NBC10 First Alert Weather Team has canceled the First Alert initially issued for severe storms through the entire Philadelphia region until 10 p.m. Sunday.

Martin Luther King High School All Black 9 th Grade Male Teachers

School District of Philadelphia Board of Education Action Meeting Testimony. I am a retired K-8 school counselor. Public schools have always been as much about helping children grow, learning to cope, feel safe and gain self-confidence as academics. Children remember their school years and their “favorite” teachers and staff with whom they bonded. That’s why kids come back and visit, hopefully to find the same staff who influenced them over.