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Delaware County DA Reveals New Tool To Fight Opioid Crisis

DELAWARE COUNTY, PA (CBS) — Delaware County has a new tool to fight the opioid crisis: a mobile drug collection unit.

Delaware County DA Jack Whelan says they believe the mobile drug take-back unit is the first of its kind in Pennsylvania. 117 more words

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Now It's The Flyers Turn To Draft

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The NBA Draft is in the books and now it’s the NHL’s turn in the spotlight.

The NHL Draft begins tonight out in Chicago, and it will be a big night for the Flyers who have the #2 overall pick. 82 more words

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‘Sweet Spot’ With Mike Sugerman: Rocking Shorts With Black Socks Is Now In Style

“Sweet Spot,” by Mike Sugerman

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — Hey, German tourists, you’re finally hip!

You know those black socks with shorts you’ve been rocking for years? 264 more words

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Sinbad: Paul George Needs To Get A Ring With The Cavs; Talks About The Mystery Surrounding "Shazaam"

Comedian/actor Sinbad joined Bull & Fox to talk about why he thinks Paul George should join the Cavs, the race in trying to equal the Warriors, the mystery surrounding his fake movie “Shazam” and other movies he starred in.

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Pat Toomey Very Likely To Support Senate Republican's Health Care Bill

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey endorsed the bill revealed by Senate Republicans that would begin the process of repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, telling Chris Stigall on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT that he is keeping a pledge he made to voters. 398 more words

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City Councilwoman Takes Action Against 'Stop-and-Go' Stores

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Philadelphia City Councilwoman kicked off a campaign Friday morning with a walking tour and sit-in protests at various “Stop-and-Go” stores in Germantown, saying the pseudo-convenience stores are skirting city laws with their sale of beer and liquor. 234 more words

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Disorder At State Senate Soda Tax Hearing

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Pennsylvania Senate’s Local Government Committee came to Philadelphia on Friday for a hearing on the city’s sweetened beverage tax.

Things didn’t go according to plan. 177 more words

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