AccuWeather: More Comfortable Today, Soaking Rain Saturday
Meteorologist David Murphy says rain will arrive Friday afternoon and evening, but the steadiest will be on Saturday with South Jersey and Delaware seeing the heaviest. Sunday looks windy and cold.
Woman accused of stealing Grammy award-winning ex-husband's royalties
A Camden County woman is accused of stealing close to $100,000 from her Grammy Award-winning estranged husband.
Barr had 'intense' meeting with Trump after AG undercut voter fraud claims: Sources
Attorney General Bill Barr had an unscheduled meeting with President Trump Tuesday following an interview in which he disputed the president's claims of election fraud.
Nearly all Montco hospitals 'at capacity,' county official says
Dr. Valerie Arkoosh, chair of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners, offered a sobering assessment of the state of hospitals in the county on Wednesday.
Why you shouldn't expect a second stimulus check this year
Even with coronavirus spiking and new restrictions taking effect, Congress remains stalled on fresh relief for Americans in need.
Multiple people injured in crash on Rte. 70
Police said multiple people were injured in an overnight crash in Pennsauken.
Jewish doctor treats COVID-19 patient covered in Nazi tattoos
California native, Dr. Nichols MD, explains how he and his team, a Black nurse and an Asian respiratory therapist worked to save the man's life, just like they would any other coronavirus patient.
Sexual assault charges filed against youth skateboarding club leader
The founder of a Philadelphia skateboarding club has been charged with rape and sexual assault of two children.
New book reflects on football game shooting that left 10-year-old dead
A former Pleasantville student is hoping his new book about a deadly high school football game shooting in 2019 sparks gun violence changes.
Camden opens first hotel in over 50 years
Camden is opening its first hotel in over 50 years, providing a shot in the arm for struggling residents in the middle of the pandemic.
Former presidents volunteer to get COVID-19 vaccine publicly to prove it's safe
The three most recent former presidents hope an awareness campaign to promote confidence in its safety and effectiveness would be a powerful message as American public health officials try to convince the public to take the vaccine.
Northampton County among the first to host COVID testing 'strike teams'
There were approximately 150 vehicles already lined up when a pop-up testing site opened at 9 a.m. Wednesday in Northampton County.
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