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Five Things to Expect From Villanova in Tonight’s NCAA Title Game
The mighty Wildcats are seeking their second men’s basketball championship in three years.
Opioid-Related Deaths in Pa., New Jersey Outpacing National Average
The CDC says the two states are among the hardest hit by the epidemic.
Study: SEPTA Drives $3 Billion in Regional Economic Impact
What’s next for the transit agency? Securing $6 billion for much-needed improvements.
Bucks County Businessman Who Bribed Seth Williams Gets Jail Time
Mohammad N. Ali will serve 18 months in federal prison.
The Phillies Need a New Pitcher … Could It Be You?
What do you have to lose?
Judge Agrees That Lt. Gov. Mike Stack Lives With His Mom
An appeals court has ruled that Stack can list his mother’s Philadelphia home as his primary address.
Suburban Philly Congressman’s Pre-Primary Retirement Hamstrings Pa. GOP
Rep. Ryan Costello pulled his name off the primary ballot for Pa.’s 6th District.
Philly’s Chief Public Defender Challenges Handling of Probation Violations
Keir Bradford-Grey called automatic detainers “illegal” while blaming it for overcrowding jails in a memo obtained by WHYY.
New Eagle Michael Bennett Voluntarily Surrenders to Police in Texas
The veteran defensive end faces a felony count of injury to the elderly in a curious case with possible social-justice implications.
Where Does Sixers Owner Figure in New White House Ethics Probe?
Officials in Washington are investigating a loan from Harris’s equity firm to the family real estate business of Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner.
NJ Lawmakers Want Even Tougher Gun Laws
They’ve advanced bills meant to keep the state’s firearm laws among the strictest in the country.
NFL Investigating Fan Behavior at NFC Championship Game in Philly
Yet another witch hunt meant to smear Eagles fans (who aren’t nearly as bad as you may think).
Repairs to America’s Oldest Stone Bridge Begin in Northeast Philly
Expect traffic delays as a result of the work on the 320-year-old Frankford Avenue Bridge.
Soon You Can Bow Hunt for Deer in This Philly Park
Officials say the cull at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge will be the city’s only legal deer hunt.
SEPTA Will Finally Stop Selling Tokens at the End of April
The transit authority has been phasing out its familiar fare coins for the past several months. We’ll miss them.