Details released on police-involved shooting of man holding a broken bottle at Jersey Shore

Multiple officers fired at the man after he ignored orders to drop a broken bottle he was holding and advanced on police, according to the New Jersey Attorney General's Office.

Details released on police-involved shooting of man holding a broken bottle at Jersey Shore

Multiple officers fired at the man after he ignored orders to drop a broken bottle he was holding and advanced on police, according to the New Jersey Attorney General's Office.

PIAA delays fall sports by two weeks, holds off canceling 2020 season; Some N.J. renters could have back rent forgiven; 2021 Philly Flower Show will be outside

State and county officials have reported over 80,000 coronavirus cases in the region, with cases rising sharply in Delaware County.

PIAA delays fall sports by two weeks, holds off canceling 2020 season; Some N.J. renters could have back rent forgiven; 2021 Philly Flower Show will be outside

State and county officials have reported over 80,000 coronavirus cases in the region, with cases rising sharply in Delaware County.

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Colleges, businesses and contact tracers feel the challenge as pandemic hits five-month mark

Five months have passed since Pennsylvania and New Jersey’s first cases of the coronavirus were confirmed. New cases are dropping in most places but the economic fallout lingers.

Three days after Isaias hit, 13,000 in Philly region remain without power. Repairs will continue into the weekend.

Despite the assistance of out-of-state repair crews, utilities say some customers may not get power restored until the weekend, as each repair job increasingly affects fewer customers.

Do zoo animals freak out in a tropical storm?

Storm-prep is an arduous task for area zoos. At Elmwood Park, it involved moving a 200-pound American alligator named Penny who can be dangerous to humans.

Upper Darby quarantines entire sanitation department; Pa. recommends no school sports until 2021, Wolf says; new cases continue to drop in Philly

“This outbreak is different from the March, April outbreak in that it’s in both rural and urban areas,” said White House task force coordinator Deborah Birx.

Pa. wants to expand coronavirus testing but faces a shortage of supplies and lab result delays, Wolf and Levine say

Pennsylvania is testing at least 4% of the population each month, said Health Secretary Rachel Levine. But the health department’s short-term goal is to test 5% of Pennsylvanians.

Strathmere and Delaware tornadoes had 100 mph winds, weather service says

The weather service still is investigating confirmed tornadoes in Bucks County and on Long Beach Island.

Social media posts, security video help Atlantic City police find people charged with rioting and theft

Security video, photos from bystanders and social media posts helped police identify scores of people who would later be charged in connection with rioting and theft that took place May 31.

Hurricane forecast updates seeing ‘extremely active’ season. It’s barely begun.

This season might well outrun the alphabet and could produce a near-record number of storms, forecasters say.

About 60,000 customers still without power in Pa., NJ, but utilities say they’re making progress

Additional out-of-state repair crews arrived to help regional power companies recover from Tropical Storm Isaias. Some customers were told power would not be restored until the weekend.

Girls’ High grad to lead the National Education Association, the country’s largest union

Becky Pringle becomes the highest ranking African American female union leader in the country.

Burlington County man will remain jailed after deadly Mount Laurel medical office shooting

Bruce Gomola Jr. is charged with murder in the shooting death of Stephanie Horton. He also allegedly wounded another woman.

Free internet coming for 35,000 Philly families: city, schools, Comcast to spend $17M on digital equity plan

Under the plan, some households will be wired for broadband access via Comcast’s Internet Essentials program and other families will receive wireless hot spots purchased by the city from T-Mobile.

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