Drug counselors react to Philly cocaine bust
Drug addiction counselors have been focused on treating the epidemic of opioid addicts, but many knew there would someday be a resurgence of some drugs.
New simulator aims to teach teens about driving dangers
According to AAA, over the last five years nearly 3,500 people have been killed in crashes involving teen drivers.
Broken nose can't slow Scherzer in win over Phils
A day after breaking his nose when he bunted a ball off his face in batting practice, Nationals ace Max Scherzer threw seven shutout innings Wednesday night in a 2-0 win over the Phillies that completed a sweep of the day-night doubleheader.
Biden says he won't apologize for comments on segregationist Democrats
Former Vice President Joe Biden is coming under fire for comments he made about working alongside Democrats who supported segregation.
Senators approve bipartisan $4.6 billion emergency border deal, with restrictions
Senators approved a bipartisan $4.6 billion border deal to address the humanitarian situation but House Democrats and President Trump might not be on board.
AccuWeather: Elevated storm risk Thursday
Meteorologist Adam Joseph says our final day of tropical humidity and pop-up storms could be the most active of the week.
Father pleaded guilty to being impaired in crash that killed son
A Mount Laurel father pleaded guilty on Wednesday to causing the crash that killed his 4-year-old son.
72 Philly officers placed on desk duty over social media posts
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross says 72 police officers have been placed on administrative duty as an investigation continues into controversial social media posts allegedly made by officers.
ADORABLE VIDEO: Chunky bulldog insists on using cat flap
One chunky puppy in Melbourne may not have a good sense of self.
Phillies' Neshek (hamstring) likely headed to IL
Phillies manager Gabe Kapler said reliever Pat Neshek is likely headed to the injured list after straining his left hamstring in a 2-0 loss to the Nationals on Wednesday night.
Joy Harjo is first Native American named U.S. poet laureate
Joy Harjo has been named the country's next poet laureate; first Native American to hold that position.
Grandmother arrested for buying heroin with grandson, deputies say
A grandmother caring for her 2-year-old grandson was arrested after police saw her buying heroin with the child by her side.
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