Union leader Johnny Doc now has his own air force [video]

Union leader Johnny Doc now has his own air force [video]

A Philadelphia labor union is using unmanned aircraft to survey building sites in the city. 

Zavino group’s Tredici sure to be a Gayborhood sweetheart [photos]

Zavino group’s Tredici sure to be a Gayborhood sweetheart [photos]

Have you made reservations for Valentine's Day yet? Consider this: Don't.

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Eyes on the Trail: Officials respond to Schuylkill River crime with lighting and town watch

Eyes on the Trail: Officials respond to Schuylkill River crime with lighting and town watch

Schuylkill River Trail Town Watch held its first meeting at Lloyd Hall Thursday night. The meeting was organized by Councilman Kenyatta Johnson with the Philadelphia Police Department, RUN215, Schuylkill River Development

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What can be done to end violence in Philly's schools now?
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What can be done to end violence in Philly's schools now?

Abdul-Mubdi Muhammad, a principal at John Bartram High School, pushed a student last December during an argument over the student's dress code violation. For decades, students in Philadelphia's public schools have suffered from

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What happened in Flint could happen anywhere

What happened to Flint, Michigan, is a disgrace. While Philadelphia does not have the issues of negligence and incompetence that was displayed in Michigan, that doesn't mean the city or surrounding areas are safe.

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Gallup polls Americans on cyberterrorism; the economy; and what makes a good president

Gallup polls Americans on cyberterrorism; the economy; and what makes a good president

NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller sits down for his weekly conversation with Gallup's Frank Newport to talk about trends in American opinion.

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Should the Olympics be postponed because of Zika?

Should the Olympics be postponed because of Zika?

'I think people aren't going to go. And sadly, the coverage they're going to get is Brazil and Zika; it's not going to be Brazil and the Olympics.'

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