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Philadelphia Health Officials Prepare For Eventual Arrival Of Zika Virus

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia health officials are paying close attention to Zika, as the virus begins to spread to North America.

Dozens of city Health Department staffers got together this week to hear the latest information on Zika, which has blown up in Central and South American and recently showed up in Florida. 143 more words


What's In Store For Sunday's Lineup Of Super Bowl Spots?

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Super Bowl is considered the biggest marketing event of the year, as well as the costliest at $5-million dollars for an ad. 201 more words


Patients, Community Leaders Celebrate Improvements To NJ's Medicaid Transportation System

CAMDEN, NJ (CBS) — In New Jersey, patients and community leaders are celebrating New Jersey Medicaid’s decision to hold the next non-emergency medical transportation contractor to improved standards of service. 156 more words


Deal Struck To Save Historic Ocean Liner SS United States

PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — The SS United States, a historic and record-breaking ocean liner that once hosted royalty and presidents, has escaped the scrap heap and will undergo a rebirth, supporters announced Thursday. 392 more words


Crews Continue Working To Remove Snow From Neighborhood Streets In Phila.

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) –  City officials continue a massive operation to remove snow from neighborhood streets in Philadelphia.

Milder temperatures are helping street crews in their ongoing snow removal operation. 144 more words


With Impending Winter Storm, Safety Experts Warn About Threats From Carbon Monoxide

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — As you hunker down and watch the snow this weekend, safety experts warn you to be aware of the potential hidden dangers that exist. 118 more words


Sixers And Corporate Partner Reach Out To Kids In Community

PITMAN, NJ (CBS) — The Sixers have partnered with Virtua in presenting what they call ‘Sixers Academy’ at Virtua’s total turf experience in Pitman, New Jersey. 146 more words