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99 Problems But A Stuffy Nose Ain't One

So, uh, we have a pretty bad situation here in Philadelphia. Steve Mason left practice today not under his own power with an injury and Rob Zepp was brought up from the AHL Phantoms. 104 more words


Hundreds Gather For Rally To Support Police In Northeast Philadelphia

By Mike Dougherty

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Hundreds of people turned out for a rally to support police in Northeast Philadelphia Friday night.

The sound of car horns filled the chilly air in Mayfair. 202 more words



With the NFL draft about roughly four months away, many teams begin the hunt for their respective “franchise” player. Now, things will change between now and after the combine in February, but I am sure that Marcus Mariota will be the first quarterback and the probably the first player drafted in the 2015 NFL draft. 611 more words

Health: Local Woman Regains Sight With Help Of Bionic Eye

By Stephanie Stahl

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Philadelphia woman is seeing the wonders of the holiday season for the first time in a long time. She’s the first in our area to have a bionic eye, a breakthrough that’s allowing blind people to see. 268 more words

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Just Keep Swimming

If only we could play the Hurricanes every night.

Results this week: Flyers 5, Hurricanes 1; Lightning 3, Flyers 1; Panthers 2, Flyers 1 (SO) 1,656 more words


For The Designated Family Chef, Holiday Is Lots of Work -- But Worth It, Most Agree

By Hadas Kuznits

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A new survey has measured out, state by state, how much time people spend preparing their big holiday meal. 187 more words


More Than Just Academics As Philadelphia School Arranges a Sisters' Reunion

By Tony Hanson

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — As it gave out academic awards to seniors this morning, a Philadelphia charter high school in center city had a special presentation for one senior:  her sister, serving in the United States Air Force, had returned home early for Christmas. 131 more words