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8-Year-Old Calls 911, Stops Car After Sister Has Seizure While Driving

ARKANSAS (CBS) — An 8-year-old girl from Arkansas is being called a hero for saving her sister and niece after her sister had a seizure while driving. 168 more words

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Full Speed Ahead For Philly Brewery's Plan To Move Facility To New Location

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Yards Brewing Company’s ambitious plan to move into a much larger space is beginning to take form.

Twelve hour days have become the norm for Yards founder and President Tom Kehoe. 200 more words

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Computers Being Used To Improve Ambulance Response Times

MARLTON, NJ (CBS) — A South Jersey based health care provider is using computer technology to improve response times for Emergency Medical Service teams in Camden and Burlington Counties. 230 more words

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'Consider Me Your Voice': City's Office Of LGTB Affairs Has New Director

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The new director for the Mayor’s Office of LGBT Affairs is officially on the job.

Amber Hikes’ appointment comes after months of protests over racism at Gayborhood nightclubs and a recent ruling by the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations Commission meant to offer remedies. 281 more words

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Collegiate Rowing Teams Participate In 35th Memorial Murphy Cup Regatta

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The rain almost held off Saturday for the 35th Memorial Murphy Cup regatta on the Schuylkill River in Fairmount Park.

Both men and women collegiate rowing teams participated in the first race of the season. 68 more words

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'MAGA' Rally In Center City Quickly Turns Into Anti-Trump Protest

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Many turned out for the Make America Great Again march in Center City Saturday.

Crowds gathered to support not only President Donald Trump, but veterans, law enforcement, and first responders, as well. 186 more words

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Las Vegas Strip Shooting Leaves One Dead And One Wounded

By Steve Almasy and Tony Marco

LAS VEGAS (CNN) — Two people were shot, one fatally, on the Las Vegas Strip on Saturday, police spokesman Officer Larry Hadfield said. 98 more words

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