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  • BREAKING: Three Dead In Single-Engine Plane Crash In Montgomery County

    UPPER MORELAND TOWNSHIP, P.a. (WPHL) — Investigators have confirmed that three people are dead following a plane crash in a Montgomery County residential neighborhood. The aircraft departed Northeast Philadelphia Airport around 6:12 on Thursday morning. Based on the flight plan, investigators believe it was headed for Ohio. The police department says that one male and two females were on the airplane, all of whom are deceased. Officials say that 911 calls about the crash began pouring in around 6:20 a.m. […]

  • Equifax to pay up to $700 million over data breach. Here’s how to claim your money

    WASHINGTON – If you’re among the 147 million Americans whose credit data was compromised in the 2017 Equifax data breach, read on. You may be eligible for compensation. The Federal Trade Commission ruled Monday that credit reporting agency Equifax will have to pay up to $700 million in individual compensation and civil penalties because of the hack. According to the commission’s online claims process, those whose personal information was exposed can get free credit monitoring for 10 years: four years via the three […]

  • Job Fair for Hahnemann University Hospital Workers Impacted by Closure

    PHILADELPHIA (WPHL) — The Delaware County Workforce Development Board, in partnership with the Mayor’s Office and Philadelphia works, is hosting a job fair for Hahnemann University Hospital employees impacted by it’s closure. The Hire Hahnemann Career Fair is scheduled for Wednesday, July 25th at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. It will run from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Employers interested in participating are encouraged to email tsmith@philaworks.org to register. Hahnemann is winding down operations at the Center City facility amid financial […]

  • Mercury Reaches 90 Degrees in Anchorage on Independence Day

    ANCHORAGE, Ak. –Independence Day brought Anchorage, Alaska the highest temperatures ever recorded.  This as a heat wave grips the state. The temperature at the airport was 90 degrees Thursday, besting June 14, 1969, for the highest mark ever reached in the state, according to the National Weather Service. The National Weather Service says that June was the hottest on record with an average temperature of 60.5 degrees.  That is 5.3 degrees above average.  It also marked the 16th consecutive month in […]

  • Philly’s Own Patti LaBelle to be Honored with Street Naming Ceremony

    PHILADELPHIA (WPHL) — Philly’s own Patti LaBelle will be honored during the Wawa Welcome America Festival with a street naming ceremony. Broad Street between Spruce and Locust Streets will be renamed to Patti LaBelle Way. The Dedication kicks off Tuesday at 4p.m., on the southwest corner of Broad and Spruce Streets. The event will be hosted by Patty Jackson of iHeartRadio’s 105.3 WDAS-FM and will feature an appearance by Patti LaBelle and City dignitaries. The Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, actress […]

  • Fisher-Price recalls 71,000 inclined sleeper accessories due to safety concerns

    Fisher-Price is recalling the inclined sleeper accessory included with all models of the Fisher-Price Ultra-Lite Day & Night Play Yards due to dangers associated with other inclined sleeper products, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. About 71,000 units have been recalled; the products were sold for between $90 and $110 from October 2014 to June 2019. According to CPSC, “infant fatalities have been reported while using other inclined sleep products, after the infants rolled from their back to their stomach […]

  • Cell Phone Video Captures Flames Pouring Out of a Home in Abington

    ABINGTON, Pa. (WPHL) — One person was injured in a large house fire in Abington, Montgomery County. It broke out around 1:30a.m. on Thursday. Cell phone video captured flames pouring out of the home on the 1600 block of Crestview Avenue. Firefighters say the fire quickly spread from the first floor to the second floor. It took crews more than an hour to bring the flames under control. Medics took one person to the hospital with burns.  His or her […]

  • PUBLIC HEALTH ALERT: Potential Measles Exposure at Newark Liberty International Airport

    NEWARK, NJ (WPHL) — Passengers at Newark Liberty International Airport may have been exposed to yet another case of the measles.  New Jersey health officials say an international traveler confirmed to have the highly contagious disease passed through Terminal B.  The passenger flew in from Tokyo, Japan and then departed for Quebec, Canada from Terminal A. If you were in Newark Liberty International Airport between May 29 at 5p.m. and May 30 at 3:30p.m., health officials say you may have […]

  • CHOP Ranked as Second Best Children’s Hospital in Country

    PHILADELPHIA (WPHL) — The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) continued it’s 15 year streak of being one of the top children’s hospitals in the United States. U. S. News & World Report released it’s 2019-20 Best Children’s Hospital Roll on Tuesday, and it ranked CHOP at No. 2  just behind Boston Children’s Hospital. That is up one spot from the 2018-19 list, where CHOP was ranked at No. 3. The top 10 list was created from data collected through a […]

  • Radnor Police and Wawa Offer $10,000 Reward Offered For Information in Armed Wawa Robbery

    RADNOR TOWNSHIP, PA (WPHL) — Radnor Police in conjunction with Wawa are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrests and convictions of whoever who robbed a Radnor Township Wawa at gunpoint. It happened on Monday at the location on Sugartown Road in the Wayne Section of the township. Surveillance video captured the crooks entering the store. Police say all three suspects were wearing masks and gloves. They ordered the employees to the back of the store, and […]

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