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SEPTA Moves Forward With Audible Warning System For Buses

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Hoping to avoid accidents involving pedestrians, SEPTA is moving ahead with a system that issues an audible warning when a bus is making a turn. 160 more words

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2016 Craft Brewers Conference Begins In Philadelphia

by Paul Kurtz

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Some 1500 people representing more than 1400 breweries are in Philadelphia for the start of the 2016 Craft Brewers Conference. 239 more words

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New Book Offers Fresh Look At The Phillies

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – He may be retired, but longtime Phillies Media Relations czar Larry Shenk remains active as an author, chronicling events that have shaped the franchise. 183 more words

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The Horrifying Truth About Philadelphia's Mail Distribution Center

By Paul Kurtz

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The City Controller says the situation at Philadelphia’s Mail Distribution Center was worse than he initially thought.

The City’s Inspector General is investigating to determine whether disciplinary action should be taken. 178 more words

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Cocaine Pipeline From Philly Busted In Delaware County

By Paul Kurtz

CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) — Authorities in Delaware County have arrested 15 people for their alleged involvement in Chester-based drug ring.

State Attorney General Kathleen Kane says James Townsend headed up a gang that dealt drugs in the Bennet Homes section of the city. 114 more words

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DA's Office, Committee Of Seventy Urge Voters To Stay Vigilant On Election Day

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — As election day approaches, the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office and the Committee of Seventy¬†are finalizing their plans to keep watch over the election process. 212 more words

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Organ Donation Takes Spotlight As Part Of 'National Donate Life Month'

By Paul Kurtz

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Organ donation was in the spotlight at Jefferson Hospital today as part of ‘National Donate Life Month’.

After undergoing the agony of watching her 22-year-old son Bob pass away, Linda Selvey Coyle found solace in knowing that one of his organs saved another person’s life. 99 more words

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