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Massive fireball from South Philadelphia refinery explosion seen by satellites in space

The oil refinery explosion that rocked South Philadelphia Friday morning was so hot that it was captured by weather satellites in space.

Repairs wrapping up after massive Center City water main break, but cause remains unknown

After last summer's 48-inch water break at Sansom and Juniper Streets and at least $1.7 million in repairs, the Water Department has reopened the area.

Tornadoes, twisters, warnings, and watches: What to know after seeing ‘our fair share this season’

From flash floods to tornadoes, our region has been on the receiving end of some extreme weather — and extreme weather alerts — lately.

Can ‘North Beach’ revive Atlantic City’s Boardwalk?; Philly weekend gun violence escalates | Morning Newsletter

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Trump says he won’t fire Kellyanne Conway for Hatch Act violations

The White House counselor repeatedly violated a law barring federal employees from engaging in election politics in their official capacity.

Lead found at two additional Philly playgrounds; More gender-neutral bathrooms to be proposed for City Hall | Morning Newsletter

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Mexican consulate provides help for domestic violence survivors; Are New Yorkers flocking to Philly? | Morning Newsletter

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Philly's Pride Parade will make TV history this year

The parade, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, will be televised for the first time in its 31-year history.

Thanks to a school custodian, Ambler students are getting the homework help they need

"We all need a little bit of help. Some of our kids need confidence, that’s all it is. Some of them need a hug … some of them just haven’t figured it out.”