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  • PHL17 Staff Decorates for the Holidays

    The PHL17 staff held a holiday desk decorating contest. PHL17’s Khiree Stewart shows us some of the creative decorations. Watch to see who wins!

  • The Lady Hoofers Tap Ensemble previews The Tapcracker

    Dancers with The Lady Hoofers Tap Ensemble performed on PHL 17 Morning News. The group is comprised of 40 students from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. The dancers will premiere The Tapcracker on Saturday, December 9th at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre. It’s an all female, full length, tap version of The Nutcracker. Visit for more information on The Tapcracker and other upcoming concerts.  

  • FBI involved in search for missing teenager

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation has joined the search for a missing teenager who ran away from her home. 14 year-old Hannah Jones was last seen outside her Burlington County home last Sunday. Her mother now fears that she could be part of a human trafficking ring. You are asked to contact police if you have any information on Jones’ whereabouts.    

  • Radnor Township board president charged with child pornography

    Phillip Ahr, 66,  has been charged with possession of child pornography. He is the president of the Radnor Township board of commissioners. Officials say that he admitted to trading child porn online under different user names. Authorities say he logged in to more than a thousand child porn websites and used Yahoo Messenger to sext with unknown individuals, which included sexual talk about children.  

  • Philly man returns to the classroom after overcoming adversity

      There`s a very special person working with the kids at Mary Mcleod Bethune Elementary School. Quamiir Trice, 23, has been working as an assistant program coordinator since the beginning of the school year, while he works toward becoming a full-time teacher. He teaches and meets with parents and community members, but at one point the classroom was the last place he wanted to be. “I never had an easy life,” he said. Trice says he dealt with problems at […]

  • At least 20 dead in shooting on Las Vegas Strip

    At least 20 people are dead and more than 100 others have been injured in a shooting outside the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Off-duty police officers are among the dead.  

  • Police release new video of suspect shooting disabled man

    Police say this surveillance video captured a man and woman walking up to 60 year-old Derrick Hinton before the woman pulls out a gun and shoots him in the stomach. Investigators say it happened on September 1st at 1:30 in the morning on North 53rd Street. Just minutes before the shooting, police say that video from a store security camera captured the faces of the suspects. Police think both suspects are between 16 and 20 years-old and live in the […]

  • Remnants of Hurricane Irma continues to wreak havoc

    Irma has already claimed the lives of at least five people. Parts of Georgia and South Carolina were flooded. As clean-up and recovery efforts are underway, President Trump says irma’s victims are getting the full resources of the federal government.

  • Local power crews travel to Florida after Hurricane Irma leaves millions without power

    200 PECO employees and contractors left from the Eddystone, Delaware County station Sunday morning. Around 3.4 million people in Florida are without power because of Hurricane Irma. The storm is leaving behind downed power lines and damaged transformer boxes. PECO said they are proud to help power companies in Florida who helped our area during superstorm Sandy in 2012.  

  • Khiree’s Classroom – Camp teaches kids to whip up tasty creations

    Young chefs learn how to cook several dishes as part of a summer cooking camp at the restaurant school at Walnut Hill College. For about 500 dollars, kids between the ages of 7 and 14 spend a week here learning how to cook, bake, and safely use knifes and other sharp objects.