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At least nine people have been injured in a five-alarm fire this morning in Atlantic City. Fire chief Scott Evans say fire crews responded just before 8 a-m when fire crews responded to the report of a fire at a South Georgia Avenue rooming house. Five people were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment. Two were seriously injured, according to Eva…
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Fans of Doraemon flocked to Tsim Sha Tsui on Saturday for an exhibition, in its returns to the city after 12 years. The free-entry zone at the Avenue of Stars features the world's tallest 12-metre inflatable Doraemon sculpture as well as 34 different versions of Doraemon in 1:1 life size. But some fans chose to buy a ticket to access the indoor exh…
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Why do dozens of cult movie fans flock to Phoenixville every year just to stampede out of the town’s legendary Colonial Theatre? KYW Newsradio’s Andre Bennett explains the backstory behind Blobfest, and how it pays homage to a slice of Hollywood history rooted in Chester County. Listen to The Week In Philly live on KYW Newsradio every Saturday at 5…
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The best record in baseball. A franchise-record in All-Stars. Elite starting pitching, plus a bona fide MVP candidate. Yep, the Phillies put together one heck of a resume heading into the break. KYW Newsradio’s Dave Uram has been following the club all season, and explains how the Phils weathered a tough first week and key injuries to solidify thei…
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Out with the yellow, white, and blue; in with the red, white, and blue, and Liberty Bell too! Governor Josh Shapiro unveiled a brand new look for Pennsylvania's license plate, set to arrive in 2025, while a sneak peak of the design scheme can already be seen on welcome signs throughout the state. KYW Newsradio’s Justin Udo stopped by a local auto s…
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In the aftermath of a signature institution’s sudden closure, the Avenue of the Arts announced plans for a rebirth ahead of the American semi-quincentennial. What do the plans entail? How much will the project cost? Who’s paying for it? KYW Newsradio’s Mike DeNardo has the details. Listen to The Week In Philly live on KYW Newsradio every Saturday a…
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Next week’s Republican National Convention is halfway across the country from Pennsylvania, but the all-important swing state is certainly expected to factor into how the GOP presents its platform entering the height of the 2024 presidential election season. Before heading out to Milwaukee to cover the event, KYW Newsradio Suburban Bureau Chief Jim…
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Former Philadelphia labor union power broker John Dougherty’s fall from power hit its nadir this week, when a federal judge in Reading, PA sentenced him to six years in prison. KYW Newsradio City Hall Bureau Chief Pat Loeb has followed Dougherty’s rise and fall, and puts this latest development in his legal woes into perspective. Listen to The Week…
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The administration is aiming to have all government bureaus and departments adopt Hong Kong's own version of ChatGPT within this year, according to the technology chief. Sun Dong, the secretary for innovation, technology and industry, also said on Saturday that his bureau has been trialling the AI-powered document assistance system, which was devel…
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Charles Davis was 25 years old when he and then 16-year-old Joel Saint-Fort fired down the street at 10th and Thompson in February 2020, fatally striking 19-year-old Yaniyah Foster in the head. KYW's crime and justice reporter Kristen Johanson tells us, on Friday, Charles was sentenced to 20-40 years in prison. (Photo credit: Getty Images)…
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Starting Monday, PennDOT is taking southbound Columbus Boulevard from three lanes to two between Race and Market streets, and then down to only one lane between Market and Walnut. The lane closures will last until the middle of 2025. KYW Newsradio's Mike DeNardo reports. (Photo credit: Mike DeNardo/KYW Newsradio)…
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Adult-use marijuana is one of several things on Gov. Josh Shapiro’s wish list that did not make it into this year’s budget. KYW Suburban Bureau Chief Jim Melwert tells us that, while support continues to grow in the state legislature, some lawmakers want to ensure a focus on criminal justice reform and social equity. (Photo credit: Getty Images)…
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Serena Williams hosted the ESPYs Thursday night for an award showcase that honored a groundbreaking year for women in sports. South Carolina women's Basketball Head Coach and North Philly native Dawn Staley received the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance. But Staley said she felt "undeserving" of the honor, calling herself a spectator to the courage di…
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Surveillance video released by Philadelphia police Friday afternoon shows a man dressed in all black running down the street with a gun and firing at a white Jeep Cherokee with tinted windows and a moon roof. A few seconds later and up the block, the SUV stops and another male, also masked and in all black, shoots down the block from the back seat.…
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More gun violence overnight in the city has left 1 person dead and 4 others injured. Police say a 26-year-old man was killed, shot in the chest around 4:30 this morning at 55th and Sansom streets. An hour earlier, a 31-year-old man was shot in the neck along Kensington Avenue, near Clearfield Avenue in Kensington and a 33-year-old man was shot in t…
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Over-tourism continues to be a topic in many popular world destinations. Amsterdam has now put a halt to all new hotel building. Venice continues to charge entrance fees, and now, Barcelona is targeting the rental apartment and Airbnb market. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg has more.By Audacy
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Philadelphia police are trying to find the gunman who fired into a crowd of people in Port Richmond overnight. Two people were injured. Witnesses told police that a group of about six to eight people were hanging out near Ann Street and Aramingo Avenue just after midnight when someone fired at them. A 33-year-old woman and a 24-year-old man were sh…
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Story Time with Dutch Mantell 108 | Top 10 Greatest Heels of ALL TIME! Thank Dutch it's Friday! Another week filled to the top with weird and wonderful news in the wrestling world and once the Dirty Dutchman has sifted through the good and the bad, Dutch Mantell will countdown his Top 10 Greatest Heels of All Time! Enjoy! Got a question for Dutch M…
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Authorities are looking for two men they say killed a woman in the city’s Poplar neighborhood. On June 22 around 10:30 p.m., 47-year-old Heather Rainey was shot once in the chest and was rushed to the hospital by police, where she died. Investigators are now looking for two suspects, who they believe are between the ages of 18 and 25 years old. Pol…
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Gov. Josh Shapiro signed off on a $47.6 billion budget Thursday night, which includes increases to public education, economic development and a boost for transit systems. The budget includes more than $11 billion for K-12 public education -- a $1.1 billion increase over last year. The budget also includes funding to hire 400 more state troopers and…
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Join Ed Averette, Broker/Realtor® with The Averhome Group/EXP Realty and Terence Guess, Loan Officer with TEG Mortgage/Atlantic Bay for weekly in depth candid discussions, advice and consumer education on current trends in the real estate market and related topics. Episode 117: The Real Perspective Behind Working With Difficult Clients…
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As part of the "100% Doraemon & Friends Tour (Hong Kong)", ticket holders can view an expansive indoors and outdoors exhibition at K11 Musea in Tsim Sha Tsui. Those that do not have tickets can view a Doraemon exhibition at the Avenue of Stars for free, where there will be 34 1:1 life-sized sculptures of different versions of Doraemon along with 10…
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There are divided views on penalties for professionals who fail to report child abuse cases, with one lawmaker saying tougher punishments are needed to boost the deterrent effect. Roundtable lawmaker Michael Tien made the comment a day after Legco passed the Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse Bill, requiring 25 types of workers such as doctors and …
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Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Algernon Yau says there has been a gradual rebound in the local retail sector, with more stores opening across the city. During an interview with RTHK on the second anniversary of the current government term, Yau was asked if there’s been a wave of shop closures in Hong Kong amid a drop in retail sale…
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A second suspect has been arrested for the shooting of 7 people in the city’s Strawberry Mansion neighborhood last month. Khalif Duren has been charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and several other related charges for the June 19th shooting along Bambrey Street near Somerset. Authorities had already charged Tyheed Harvey with similar …
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Delaware County health officials say they've identified a pool of mosquitoes that are positive for West Nile virus. Officials warn residents to check their property for any sources of standing water and eliminate them, as they can breed mosquitoes. They also urge people to wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants to protect against bug bites, and to…
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US President Joe Biden on Thursday mistakenly referred to Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelensky as "President Putin" before correcting himself at the Nato summit in Washington. "And now I want to hand it over to the president of Ukraine, who has as much courage as he has determination, ladies and gentlemen, President Putin," Biden said, referring t…
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It's been a scorching hot start to the summer but public pools in Camden didn't open until the beginning of this month. The city says maintenance prevented kids from being able to cool off in the water any earlier. But they're open now and making a big splash with the children -- and Mayor Vic Carstarphen, joining them Thursday... taking a dip. KYW…
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A bipartisan bill that would charge owners of electric vehicles an annual fee as part of their car registration to make up for a reduction in gas tax revenue is nearing completion in the Pennsylvania legislature. KYW Suburban Bureau Chief Jim Melwert reports. 📸: Scott Olson/Getty ImagesBy Audacy
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The city and its white collar workers union are squaring off in Common Pleas Court this afternoon. The union is seeking an injunction to block Mayor Parker’s back-to-work-in-person order. KYW’s Mike DeNardo reports. Photo credit: Mike DeNardo / KYW NewsradioBy Audacy
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In a recent episode, we looked at Frederik Pohl and C.M. Kornbluth, who formed the most important science fiction writing team of the 1950s. This instalment looks at a key book by a dominant collaboration of the 1970s and 1980s - Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle. These right-wing hard SF authors worked together on numerous books, and even collaborat…
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