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City

You Can Spot the International Space Station Over Philly Thursday Night

You’ll have a three-minute opportunity — so don’t miss it! Here’s when you can spot it (and what to look for).


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City

Tina Fey Returns to Upper Darby High, and Students Freak Out

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12 Philadelphia-Area Companies Make the Fortune 500 for 2018

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City

WATCH: Police Are Investigating This Sledgehammer Attack in Port Richmond

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The Badass Days of Boring Bob Casey

He was the U.S. senator nobody noticed. Then came Donald Trump.

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Will the Soda Tax Be Jim Kenney’s Waterloo?

There’s a lot riding on the challenge to the levy, including, perhaps, the mayor’s legacy.

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One of Us: Alex Holley

The Fox 29 morning show co-host talks Mike Jerrick, Wawa and more.

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Best Thing: Mail Service Is Gonna Stink!

Junk mail? More like skunk mail, amirite?

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Gov. Wolf Announces $180M “Resurface PA” Roadwork Initiative

PennDOT is already hard at work repairing potholes and other roadway flaws exacerbated by this past winter’s weather.

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I Love My Job: Stop Telling Immigrants to Get in Line, Says Welcoming Center CEO Peter Gonzales

The fearless advocate tells us what people get wrong about America and immigration.


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Whatever Happened to Generation X?

Whatever Happened to Generation X?

As they head into middle age, the “slacker” generation of Philadelphians is feeling overlooked, overworked and overwhelmed. But their chill, pragmatic approach to life might be just what we need right now.


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City

Appeals Court Upholds Transgender Bathroom Policy at Pa. School

The ruling is a win for transgender students in the Boyertown School District.

City

FBI, ATF Join Investigation of Mysterious Bucks County Explosions

Federal authorities are assisting in the Pennsylvania State Police probe of several unexplained late-night blasts over the past month.

City

PUC Judge Shuts Down Sunoco Mariner East Pipeline

The judge ruled that it poses a “grave risk” to public safety.

City

Free Tolls Along the A.C. Expressway Tomorrow for Lucky Shoregoers

Chickie’s and Pete’s will cover the tab for all motorists at the Egg Harbor exit for one hour on Friday to kick off Memorial Day Weekend.

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Eagles Players, Owner React to NFL’s New National Anthem Policy

Standing for the anthem is now mandatory should players elect to take the field for the pre-game ceremony.

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Influential Philadelphians

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Whatever Happened to Generation X?

Whatever Happened to Generation X?

As they head into middle age, the “slacker” generation of Philadelphians is feeling overlooked, overworked and overwhelmed. But their chill, pragmatic approach to life might be just what we need right now.


nasa space station
City

You Can Spot the International Space Station Over Philly Tonight

You’ll have a three-minute opportunity — so don’t miss it!

tina fey
City

Tina Fey Returns to Upper Darby High, and Students Freak Out

She visited to do some promotional filming for "Mean Girls," the musical.

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12 Philadelphia-Area Companies Make the Fortune 500 for 2018

Two local companies slipped off the list from last year while many others dropped in rank.

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City

Man Shot While Investigating Gasoline Smell in North Philadelphia

Authorities are looking into the incident as an attempted arson.

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