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Actor Bill Paxton Dead At 61

PHILADELPHIA (CNN) — Actor Bill Paxton, whose extensive career included films such as “The Terminator,” “Aliens” and “Titanic,” has died, a representative for his family said in a statement. 118 more words


Young Gymnasts Compete To Raise Money For Fight Against Breast Cancer

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The 9th annual Pink Invitational closed out Sunday raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for a good cause.

Wearing pink leotards, capes and boas, more than 3,000 young gymnasts tumbled, flipped and climbed the balance beam at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. 142 more words


Furry Friend Finder: Gypsy And Pocahontas

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — In this edition of “Furry Friend Finder,” CBS2’s Andrea Grymes  and John Marshall introduce Gypsy and Pocahontas, who are looking for forever homes. 83 more words


LI Man Charged With Leaving Scene Of Fatal DWI Crash

SYOSSET, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Long Island police have arrested a second man in connection to a fatal hit-and-run accident in Nassau County earlier this week. 68 more words


Washington Heights Blaze Sends 1 To Hopstial

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — One person was rushed to the hospital after a fire ripped through an apartment building in Washington Heights overnight, authorities say. 49 more words


Harsh Wind, Rain, Hail Storms Make Way Through Maryland

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Severe weather sweeps through Central Maryland. Powerful winds, hail, and torrential rain cause some big messes all over the Baltimore area.

The wild weather was widespread, with hail and wind reports coming in from all over the state. 206 more words


Baltimore's 'Dirty Jobs' Host Mike Rowe Attends Job Development Gala

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — For more than a decade, hundreds of Baltimore residents have participated in Project Jumpstart. Tracey Leong has more on the program.

The second annual Build Baltimore Gala attracted community leaders, local chefs, Ravens kicker Justin Tucker and Baltimore native and TV host Mike Rowe, who were all working to create a better future for Baltimore’s workforce. 134 more words