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Ryen Russillo On Potential Cavs vs. Warriors Finals: "I Still Don't Know Who Cleveland Is, Defensively"

ESPN’s Ryen Russillo joined Bull & Fox to talk about the Cavs’ loss to the Celtics in Game 3, LeBron’s performance in the loss and his play going forward, whether Boston can do anything this off-season to challenge Cleveland going forward and the likely match-up with the Warriors in The Finals. 6 more words

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Cafe Worker Fired Over Anti-Police Insults On Cop's Receipt

GALLOWAY, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey restaurant worker who wrote insults on a police officer’s receipt has been fired.

The owner of Romanelli’s Garden Cafe in Galloway took the action after a photo of the receipt was posted online. 102 more words

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Teen Pleads Guilty In Rape, Attempted Murder Of 5-Year-Old Girl In North Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A 17-year-old has pleaded guilty to brutally attacking a 5-year-old girl in her mother’s home in North Philadelphia two years ago.

Jamir Hill was 15 when he was charged as an adult with the kidnapping, rape and attempted murder of a young girl in July of 2015. 135 more words

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Trump's Remarks To Islamic Leaders Draws Mixed Reaction From Philly-Area Muslims

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — President Donald Trump is getting mixed reaction from Philadelphia area Muslims following his change in tone toward the Islamic community. The president urged Islamic leaders to take up the fight against extremism. 165 more words

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Adam Amin Says Cavs Didn't Seem As Engaged In Game 3, But LeBron And Co. Will Be Ready For Warriors

ESPN’s Adam Amin joined Bull & Fox to talk about the Eastern Conference Finals, the Cavs’ first loss of the postseason in Game 3 and why he expects LeBron to get right back on track in Game 4, the Warriors’ 3-0 lead on the Spurs and the likely rubber match with the Cavs in The Finals. 14 more words

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Camden Gets Major Push To Go From Food Desert To Food Forest

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A program being used to take Camden from food desert to food forest is getting some much-needed support.

Students at the LEAP Academy University Charter School in Camden are planting tomatoes, greens, peppers, watermelons and much more as part of an agricultural program. 170 more words

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