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Isn’t she lovely?
When Pat Collins asks you to sing for a piece honoring Doreen Gentzler, you stop whatever you're doing and (try to) find the right key. 🎤 Congrats, Doreen!
Some career news: After nearly 14 years at NBC10 Philadelphia and Telemundo 62, I’m heading south to Washington, D.C. I’ll be leading the Digital Media teams at NBC Washington, Telemundo 44, and NBC Sports Washington as Director of Integrated Media!
I’m thrilled to join the fantastic team at the D.C. triopoly and take on this new challenge in the NBCUniversal family.
I’d be remiss if I didn’t say thank you to my work family at NBC10 and Telemundo 62. It truly has been an honor to work alongside the most dedicated journalists in Philadelphia informing my hometown.
Don’t worry Philly friends, I’ll still be around doing the bi-city living thing. I mean, I’m still a Philly boy at heart.
Bill Cosby is speaking outside of his Elkins Park home hours after being released from a Pennsylvania prison. The Pa. Supreme Court on Wednesday vacated his sexual assault conviction. Latest details here: http://on.nbc10.com/N3FgkUj
Surveillance footage shows the moment a 12-story condominium building in Surfside collapsed early Thursday morning. (Warning: Footage may be disturbing for some viewers.)
Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley has been fired after having the remains of MOVE bombing victims cremated and disposed of, Mayor Jim Kenney said. More details coming.
Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley has resigned over his handling of the remains of the victim of the 1985 MOVE bombing, the city announced Thursday.
Big consequences surround the ballot questions this Primary Day.
The head of Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's Emergency Management Agency said two ballot questions for voters in the May 18 election could affect the state's ability to "rapidly" respond to crises. Republican lawmakers put forth the referendums to wrest away control from the executive branch.
Big changes in the Covid fight.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is easing indoor mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people, allowing them to safely stop wearing masks inside in most places
ONE MONTH FROM TODAY, PHILLY!
On Friday, June 11, Philadelphia will drop all capacity-related restrictions on businesses and activities, the city announced Tuesday.
Watch live tonight at 7 p.m. here on Facebook, stream on the NBC10 app, watch on NBC10 on TV, or listen to KYW NewsRadio 103.9 FM.
Trump remains suspended, for now.
Former President Donald Trump won’t return to Facebook — for now
Big news with one big caveat...Philly is still determining if they'll also follow the same timeline.
All statewide coronavirus-related capacity restrictions in Pennsylvania will be lifted in time for Memorial Day, with the exception of mask wearing in public.
U.S. health officials say fully vaccinated Americans don’t need to wear masks outdoors anymore unless they are in a big crowd of strangers
Philadelphia is allowing for more people to eat indoors, more people to gather outside and for catered weddings to return as COVID-19 cases slow and more vaccines go into arms.
The former assistant district attorney who served most of his 35 years in the office as one of the top homicide prosecutors believes he is better suited to tackle the city's gun violence crisis than current DA Larry Krasner.
DA says the shootings appeared to be “indiscriminate and unrelated.”
Two people died, including a bystander and a gunman who went on an “indiscriminate” shooting spree, Wednesday morning in the Lehigh Valley.
GUILTY ON ALL COUNTS: The jury, made up of six white people and six Black or multiracial people, weighed charges of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter, with convictions on some, none or all of the charges possible. The most serious charge carries up to 40 years in prison.
Latest coverage: http://on.nbc10.com/pnACjUz
One shot down! 💉 Just a quick pinch.
Thank you to all of the scientists, researchers, public health staffers and healthcare workers who have worked tirelessly to keep us healthy and fight back this virus. And much love to my fellow journalists for dispelling misinformation and distilling incredibly complicated and quickly changing information to inform our communities.
By the way, Philly, the city just this afternoon moved to Phase 2 – meaning all residents 16 and older can sign up for an appointment. The Pa. Convention Center site is a well-oiled machine thanks to the National Guard. They’re also accepting walk-ups. So if you are downtown or can get there, I’d try there.
Yo Philly! It is time. Every city resident 16 and older is now able to sign up for a Covid vaccine. Details: https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/coronavirus/philadelphia-covid-vaccine-all-adults/2781585/
Two Philly cops, both brothers, are charged with chasing down a man with autism and beating him. They claimed they were 'town watch' members probing car break-ins, police say. The 27-year-old victim called his mother during the chase, prosecutors said. She heard a person say "Hold his legs" before the call cut off. The mom used a smartphone app to track down her son.
The victim, a 27-year-old man with Asperger syndrome, called his mother during the chase for help. She heard a voice say "Hold his legs" shortly before the call cut off.
BREAKING: All Pennsylvanians will be eligible to sign up for a Covid-19 vaccine appointment by April 19, Gov. Tom Wolf says. But some Philly residents may have to wait until May. Latest details:
Pennsylvania health officials on Wednesday revealed that everyone in the state who is 16 or older will be eligible to get a coronavirus vaccine toward the end of April.
This $900 million project has hit a snag.
Oh, small town politics...
From sw***er websites, to pot use to almost non-stop shouting and accusations of a smear campaign, a Delaware County council meeting devolved into chaos over efforts to oust one councilman.
This excellent report by Brian X. McCrone is an intersection of climate change, technology, jobs and economic impact all rolled into one. Check it out!
1,500 Wind Turbines. 2,700 Square Miles. Offshore Wind in the Atlantic Will Be Big. Really Big
American offshore wind farms, of which there are 17 in the works for the Atlantic Ocean, are no longer far off on the horizon. The overall magnitude of this emerging renewable energy industry is starting to take shape.
Uhhhh...this is not cool. Good for Sedona and her counterparts on other teams for calling out the disparity.
A DoorDashing ADA demoted after he made food deliveries while on the clock at the Bucks County District Attorney's Office. First Assistant District Attorney Gregg Shore (pictured right) lost his position, but not his job. The DA says one mistake shouldn't derail a career of service.
You have an extra month to file those taxes!
The IRS is planning to push back the deadline for the tax filing season about one month, to May 15 from April 15.
Philadelphia residents who live in these 22 zip codes identified as underserved in the ongoing vaccination process in the city will be able to simply walk up to the Pennsylvania Convention Center and receive their COVID-19 vaccine, the city announced Tuesday. The walk-up procedure for those Philadelphians will last through Monday, March 22. More info: http://on.nbc10.com/69g3HBA
Exciting to hear this is back on track. I can't wait to visit once it's open.
Universal Orlando Resort has officially announced that it is resuming construction on its fourth theme park, Epic Universe.
Breaking: IBEW Local 98 leader John Dougherty was detained by the FBI Wednesday, and is facing federal charges that he and his nephew attempted to extort a contractor. Dougherty's nephew allegedly threatened to hit the contractor and said "you think yous are untouchable?" according to the indictment.
Dougherty and other IBEW 98 leaders are heading to trial on charges they stole more than $600,000 in union funds, but it was not immediately clear why feds detained Dougherty Wednesday.
This is interesting....
Restrictions on restaurants, senior centers, retail and sports have changed in Philadelphia as cases fall and vaccinations increase.
Exciting opportunity to expand access to transportation for our communities.
Passenger rail could be the big winner if Biden gets his infrastructure plan.
"Still, taken as a whole, the 12% annual rise in home sale prices for the entire city outpaced the national average for American cities, and Gillen said he is impressed by the resilience of Philadelphia's housing market during the coronavirus pandemic."
One of the city’s top real estate analysts says he’s never seen the increases in home sale prices for some neighborhoods as his newest report shows. But the high numbers are concerning for a few reasons.
This is a fantastic idea! Make it a pedestrian/bike path full-time.
A positive sign that people feel comfortable showcasing their true self every day. 🏳️🌈
1 in 6 members of Gen Z identify as something other than heterosexual.
Sounds like a start, but better funding for public transit would really make a change in service for better access and mobility.
City and SEPTA officials released an ambitious plan to expand mass transit in a way that allows residents to “leave your car behind” for most commutes.
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