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Police, Firefighters Compete To Lose Weight For A Good Cause

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Hundreds of Philadelphia police officers and firefighters are a little more trim these days. They were participants in the 31st annual Battle of the Badges weight-loss competition. 206 more words

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How To Keep Your Identity Safe In Wake Of Equifax Data Breach

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Equifax data breach scandal has sent millions of consumers scrambling for information about ways they can protect themselves.

Center City consumer protection attorney Jim Francis recommends implementing a credit freeze. 120 more words

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Pa. Brewery Creates New Beer For Die-Hard Eagles Fans

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Eagles fans can now take their hatred of the Dallas Cowboys to new levels with the introduction of a beer that is quickly making waves in Philly. 185 more words

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Philadelphia Kicks Off Second Annual International Unity Cup Soccer Tournament

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The City of Philadelphia kicks off its second annual International Unity Cup soccer tournament Friday evening.

Philadelphia is not only a city of neighborhoods, it is a melting pot of diverse nationalities and cultures. 228 more words

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Philly's Italian-American Community Fighting To Keep Columbus Day

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Los Angeles has joined Seattle, Portland, and many other cities in replacing the annual Columbus day celebration with Native American Day.

But that won’t happen in Philadelphia if the Italian-American community has anything to say about it. 177 more words

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Philly Health Officials Hail NYC's Move To Raise Cigarette Prices

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) —┬áHealth officials in Philadelphia are hailing New York City’s move to raise the minimum price of a pack of cigarettes to $13. 274 more words

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A Renewed Push For Phils Slugger Dick Allen To Hall Of Fame

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — As the Baseball Hall of Fame adds five new members on Sunday, a legendary Phillies slugger remains on the outside looking in. 344 more words

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