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Located about 46 miles southwest of New York City, Philadelphia is one of the largest college towns in the United States and has the second-largest student concentration on the East Coast. Philadelphia is home to the Liberty Bell, one of the most prominent symbols of the American Revolutionary War. It is a familiar symbol of independence within the United States and has been described as an icon of liberty and justice.

Population: 1540000
Local Newspapers: The Philadelphia Inquirer Philadelphia Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Philadelphia Phillies (MLB) Philadelphia 76ers (NBA) Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)
Local Colleges: University of Pennsylvania Drexel University Temple University

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Philadelphia News
Fired Philly prosecutor speaks at sentencing of Rittenhouse Square stabber2:42 PM

Julie Shaw works on the Justice/Injustice team for the Inquirer and Daily News, focusing on crime victims. During her 12-plus years at both papers, she has covered the courts, crime, immigration, and census stories.

Pa. could eliminate property taxes this year, senators say

Laura McCrystal covers everything about taxes, government revenue, and how such policies impact people in Philadelphia and beyond. She previously covered news in Montgomery County, including Bill Cosby's trial.

'Grab Him by the Mid-terms': Women's marches push power of the vote

The gathering comes on the anniversary of the inauguration of President Trump, whose election in many ways gave the movement its first impetus. Tens of thousands sign-carrying of protestors filled Denver's Civic Center Park on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, for a women's march and rally.

'Jumanji' Rolls For Third Box Office Victory

CBS 3 during the 2011 NFC wild card playoff game at Lincoln Financial Field on January 9, 2011 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. CBS 3 is part of CBS Television Stations, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network-owned station groups in the country.

True Fan: College Junior Preemptively Sets Car on Fire Ahead of Eagles Game

At approximately 6:00pm EST, Jonathan Pallis set fire to a 2005 Subaru Outback in preparation for tonight's Eagles/Vikings showdown. "I'm just so hype for the Birds," Pallis told UTB.

Jonathan Biss and friends play for a good cause

The power of one to change the course of events is much on minds these days, and what works in society also can be a huge factor in music. You could hear it happen in real time Saturday night as four wind players had their say, and pianist Jonathan Biss, in the gust of a single phrase, changed the character and direction of the piece.

Philly schools can't hire enough plumbers. So they're growing their own

Kristen Graham covers the Philadelphia School District. A native Philadelphian and a product of the school system and Temple University she has written about everything from crime and county government to education since joining the Inquirer in 2000.

Harrisburg gunman who killed York County USa

Police and firefighters converged on central Pennsylvania to honor Deputy US Marshal Christopher Hill. A gunman fatally shot Hill and wounded a second officer on Thursday as they served an arrest warrant in Harrisburg.

Shutdown divides services into essential and non-essential

The National Park Service announced that the Statue... . Visitors to the Statue of Liberty take in the sight from battery park, Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, in New York.

Yorkers rally for women in Philadelphia Saturday

Spring Grove teen Amy Gunzelman, one of the 12 "everyday speakers" chosen for the march, echoed the theme of the march, "We resist, we persist, we rise." Spring Grove Area High School senior Amy Gunzelman was one of 12 "everyday speakers" chosen for the women's march on Philadelphia.

Signs of government shutdown spotty but symbolic

Symbols of American promise became emblems of American dysfunction on Saturday when a dispute in Congress over spending and immigration forced scores of federal government agencies and outposts to close their doors. The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island turned away visitors in New York, due to what the National Park Service described as "a lapse in appropriations," a bureaucratic term for a lack of money.

Signs of government shutdown spotty but symbolic Source: AP

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Women's March on Philadelphia: Thousands protest for the second time

A stranger called Stacy Shilling her "hero" on Saturday. Dozens of others asked to take a photo of her.

Naked man disrupts traffic on major highway in Philadelphia33 minutes ago

Authorities have captured a naked man who they say walked in and out of traffic on a major highway in Philadelphia and threw various items at vehicles. The man was first spotted around 12:15 p.m. Saturday on the southbound side Interstate 95. Authorities say he was wandering between the shoulder of the roadway and the right lane.

Pa. Sen. Chuck McIlhinney of Bucks to retire3 minutes ago

Sen. Chuck McIlhinney, R-Bucks, left and Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati, R-Jefferson, right, in a 2011 Rules Committee meeting in Harrisburg. FILE PHOTO Angela Couloumbis covers state government in Harrisburg.

In Pennsylvania, women who voted for Trump voice support after first year

The first year of Donald Trump's unorthodox presidency may have been a dizzying ride, but Belinda Miller has never regretted voting for him in 2016. "My 401 and my 403 have soared, and if anybody doesn't realize that, they've been asleep for a year," said Miller, a 50-year-old emergency room nurse from Audubon, Pennsylvania, referring to her retirement accounts' growth in a booming stock market.

Philadelphians Press Hard to Overturn Gerrymanders

BY TONY WEST Two Philadelphian political leaders are playing prominent roles in legal challenges to Pennsylvania's congressional redistricting plan, adopted in 2011 by a Republican-run General Assembly and signed by Republican Gov. Tom Corbett, which has resulted in one of the most-extreme example examples of gerrymandering in the nation. Both lawsuits are on a fast track to high courts because they aim to overturn current district lines in time for the May primary election season to commence.

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