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First Minister Of Wales Drops By Philadelphia To Talk Business

By Paul Kurtz

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The First Minister of Wales continued a whirlwind trip to the U.S. with a visit to Philadelphia Thursday.

Wales has a long historical connection with Philadelphia — Brywn Mawr, Gwynned, and North Wales are just a few examples. 169 more words

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Bucks County High School Students Speak With Astronaut Aboard The International Space Station

By Pat Ciarrocchi and Paul Kurtz

HOLLAND, Pa., (CBS) — With a fancy antenna, at least four science teachers, Ham radio technology and sheer determination, students at Council Rock High School South in Holland, Bucks County reached out and touched someone, far, far away. 544 more words

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Race Against Clock For Broad Street Run Lottery Registration

By Paul Kurtz

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Time is running out to register for the Broad Street Run lottery.

Upwards of 40,000 people took part in last year’s run and organizers are expecting a similar head count this year. 194 more words

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Mayor Nutter Joins Organizers As Philadelphia Auto Show Drives Into Town

By Paul Kurtz

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – One of Philadelphia’s longest running events returns this weekend, and in keeping with tradition, Mayor Nutter joined organizers in giving a preview of the 114th Philadelphia Auto Show. 176 more words

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Police Investigate Series Of Burglaries At Waterfront Square

By Paul Kurtz

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Investigators are trying to track down burglars who’ve been breaking into condo’s at Waterfront Square at Penns Landing.

Police believe two people on the inside are responsible for four burglaries dating back to August. 125 more words

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Delaware Riverfront Apartment Complex, in Fishtown, Is Scene of Rash of Recent Thefts

By Paul Kurtz

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police are investigating a series of burglaries at a luxury condominium development at the north end of Penn’s Landing, along the Delaware River. 141 more words

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Robotic Device Gives Hope To Those With Spinal Cord Injuries

By Paul Kurtz

MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. (CBS) — The latest robotic technology is helping spinal cord injury victims get back on their feet.

45-year-old Dan Webb from Warminster, Pennsylvania was seriously injured in 2010 after his tree stand collapsed while he was hunting. 251 more words

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