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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought most study abroad programs to a halt, but some students have been able to go overseas this semester.
Division II Jefferson University's Dave Thomas is one of the top cross country and track coaches in the region, as well as an avid runner in his own right. He talks to @MattLeon1060 about his career and approach to running on the latest @1on1pod.
Getting to medical appointments can often be a challenge, but @roundtriphealth is trying to make it a lot easier.
A new study has confirmed that the 2020 Sturgis rally caused a “widespread transmission” of COVID-19 across the nation.
Public health experts say another emergency, such as a pandemic, is inevitable — and not that far away. As one expert tells @InDepthPod, right now is the best time to prevent the next one.
An Ocean City volunteer group that helps the military is hoping this summer's donation drive will be better than last year's, which saw a major decline due to COVID-19.
Bensalem Township is stepping up police patrols in a unique way, with a program that partners police with the public — and their pets.
95 is a bit worse in the construction zone in #Delaware because of this crash on the SB side on the Brandywine River Brg in the left lane #KYWRadioTraffic @KYWNewsradio
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On the latest @FlashpointShow, @cherrigregg chats with nurse practitioner @InclusionPhilly about his effort and advocacy to change the system of COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
94 students at @CityParkway are graduating next month with two-year college degrees, as well as their high school diplomas.
Big delays in #NewJersey on Rt 42 - here you see that backup on the SB side near Rt 41. There's an accident reported just past Rt 168 on the NB side #KYWRadioTraffic @KYWNewsradio
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Tribal leaders in northeastern Wisconsin were in shock Sunday hours after a gunman opened fire at a their casino complex, killing two people and wounding another.
Some Philadelphia-area groups with ties to India aren't letting impending travel restrictions stop them from helping those in need.
Another violent Saturday for Philadelphia left at least one person dead and six critically injured in three different incidents.
A family of red-tailed hawks that delighted Center City birders for over a decade has moved their home.
‘Tis the season for roadway construction, and PennDOT has one word for drivers: patience.
As vaccinations continue to be rolled out, Dr. Anthony Fauci is warning Americans to not skip out on getting their second COVID-19 vaccine dose.
Some of the people who spent 2020 treating COVID-19 patients have a new job — vaccinating people against the virus. As @InDepthPod learned, for them, it's been both rewarding and cathartic.
In an attempt to increase voter turnout for the May 18 primary election, Black motorcyclists rode through low turnout communities Saturday afternoon.
It's expected vaccines for kids ages 12 to 15 could be approved as soon as next month, and no later than this summer.
Philadelphia's @aampmuseum was closed for more than a year during the pandemic. Now it's opening its doors back up to the public.
Along the banks of the Schuylkill River, high school student athletes raced for prizes for the first time in more than a year.
The competitive video gaming world will converge on @GPECatOaks later this summer.
Academy Award-winning actress Olympia Dukakis has died. She was 89.
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Pennsylvania continue to decline.
American families set to receive pandemic relief aid may soon be eligible to get it longer than expected.
The @Eagles selected Louisiana Tech defensive tackle Milton Williams in the third round of the 2021 @NFLDraft.
The process for getting a driver's license in New Jersey remains the same, but now anyone of legal age is eligible, regardless of immigration status.
Philadelphia high schoolers got a virtual look at real-world jobs as part of a career week program organized by the office of @PAAttorneyGen.
The COVID-19 safety protocols contained in the Pocono Promise will carry on into the summer and fall seasons.
Former reality TV star Josh Duggar faces charges of downloading and possessing child pornography under a federal indictment unsealed Friday.
NASA’s little Mars helicopter has gotten a reprieve.
The number of Americans fully vaccinated against COVID-19 hit another milestone: 100 million.
A few pandemic-induced grocery shopping trends may be here to stay.
Many colleges and universities hope to have most of their overseas programs back in the fall.
The president of @panurses said that people may call them heroes, but they feel powerless as they stand by a patient’s bed while that person takes their last breath.
A special with our partners at NBC10 Philadelphia and Telemundo 62 took a specific look at how climate change and pollution can go hand in hand with racial inequities. We go in-depth with them.
Meet your newest Philadelphia Eagle, the guy protecting the guy who'll throw to DeVonta Smith. #FlyEaglesFly
The younger sister of 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant called 911 a few weeks before Bryant's fatal shooting by a Columbus police officer, saying the girls had been in a fight with each other and she wanted to leave their foster home.
.@PhillyH2O is using adoptable dogs to help you remember to clean up
It was anxiety — and not a problem with the shots — that caused fainting, dizziness and other short-term reactions in dozens of people at coronavirus vaccine clinics in five states, U.S. health officials have concluded.
William H. Loesche School in Somerton is reverting to all-virtual education between Monday and May 14.
The U.S. will restrict travel from India starting on May 4, the White House said Friday.
Lace up your skates: The Rothman Orthopaedics Roller Rink at Dilworth Park is now open.
The third annual @PhillyCNC is underway, motivating people to look for and document wildlife in their cities.
Owners Larry and Roxane Maggio said business at the popular deli was booming. They just couldn’t find enough employees to hire.
At least 10,000 energy customers lost power in the Philadelphia metropolitan area after high winds gusting to near 60 miles per hour topped power lines and limbs of trees.
The inevitable has happened, with six games left — the #Flyers are not making the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
#POTUS@JoeBiden⁩ does a little jog on the way to the podium @Amtrak #30thStstation for 50th anniversary of the rail service. #AmtrakJoe
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Howie Roseman will go to work with the No. 37 (second round) and No. 70 picks (third round) on Friday night, trying to address the multiple other needs this team has on the roster.
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