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Philadelphia is shifting eight more of its hard-to-staff schools to an early hiring process, to get a jump on hiring teachers for next school year. We get the story from KYW Newsradio education reporter Mike DeNardo. (Photo credit: Mike DeNardo/KYW Newsradio)Audacy
 
The KYW Newsradio All-Local for Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022 (Evening Edition): Police are currently looking for men accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from a T-Mobile store in Philadelphia's Rhawnhurst neighborhood. A local organization is debunking the belief that suicides occur more frequently during the holidays. Inf…
 
Just how strong was youth turnout in the 2022 midterm elections? About 27% of voters 18-30 years old hit the polls, marking the second-best showing for that age group in more than three decades. While the issues influencing the youth vote were clear, less obvious is whether or not the next election cycle will yield a similar dynamic. Ben Berger, As…
 
Montgomery County commissioners voted in favor of a 12% salary increase for elected officials, the first increase for the positions in more than a decade. KYW Newsradio Suburban Bureau Chief Jim Melwert has the details. (Photo credit: Montgomery County Commissioners)Audacy
 
Renovation of the historic Cobbs Creek golf course moved one step forward Tuesday when a Philadelphia City Council committee approved exceptions to the zoning code for the project. KYW’s City Hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports. (Photo: Deklofenak/Getty Images)Audacy
 
There’s an unsupported belief that suicides occur more frequently during the holidays. As KYW Newsradio's Justin Udo tells us, a local organization is working to let people know the truth about those numbers and why the myth is so dangerous. (Photo: Sergey Dementyev/Getty Images)Audacy
 
Pennsylvania’s infrastructure gets a below average grade, in the latest report card from the American Society of Civil Engineers. We get more from KYW Newsradio's Mike DeNardo. (Photo credit: Mike DeNardo/KYW Newsradio)Audacy
 
The KYW Newsradio All-Local on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022 (midday edition): Police arrested a man Tuesday morning who they say went on a violent crime spree — during which one person was shot — across Philadelphia, Delaware and Chester counties over the span of a few hours. Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner is speaking out days after asking P…
 
KYW Newsradio's Dave Uram and the Voice of the Eagles, Merrill Reese, discuss Tampa Bay's comeback win over New Orleans on Monday Night Football, which actually benefits the Eagles' draft capital next year. (Photo credit: Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)Audacy
 
Another bus carrying migrants who were sent from Texas arrived at 30th Street Station Monday — the sixth in less than three weeks. HIAS Pennsylvania told KYW Newsradio’s Nina Baratti how it is helping them with legal advice.Audacy
 
Philadelphia officials say there has been a dramatic turnaround at the city’s Juvenile Justice Services Center, from dangerously overcrowded to just slightly over capacity — thanks to a judge’s order and a combination of actions to improve conditions. KYW Newsradio’s City Hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports. (Photo credit: City of Philadelphia)…
 
What if an airline sold an all-you-can-fly pass? Back in 2009, JetBlue did just that with a pass that covered a month of unlimited flying. The deal was so popular, the company ultimately had to withdraw it. Now, two airlines are out with modified versions. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg has more. (Photo credit: Getty Images)…
 
Police have made an arrest in a violent crime spree in Philly and the suburbs. KYW Newsradio's Tim Jimenez is live in Media, Delaware County with the story. (Photo credit: West Goshen Township Police Department)Audacy
 
The KYW Newsradio All-Local on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022 (morning edition): Another bus carrying migrants who were sent from Texas arrived at 30th Street Station Monday — the sixth in less than three weeks. Numerous community organizations are taking turns to help them in their transition. Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner is speaking out da…
 
Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner is speaking out, after he asked Pennsylvania courts to step in and halt the impeachment process against him. KYW Suburban Bureau Chief Jim Melwert reports. (Photo: City of Philadelphia/Flickr)Audacy
 
Pew estimates that 97% of Americans own a cell phone. But what about the few who don't? KYW’s John McDevitt reports a newly formed volunteer collective in Philadelphia is thinking about them, with plans to install free pay phones in the city. (Image credit: John McDevitt/KYW Newsradio)Audacy
 
Students in Philadelphia schools don’t have to wait until high school to learn computer programming. They’re being taught coding in elementary schools, as we hear from KYW Newsradio's education reporter Mike DeNardo.Audacy
 
Weed lounges could soon be coming to New Jersey. State regulators have given approval, but it’ll be a while before anything actually opens for business. Here's KYW South Jersey reporter Mike Dougherty.Audacy
 
As we continue Christmas shopping this holiday season, many parents who have children with cancer are struggling emotionally and financially. KYW Newsradio's Community Impact Reporter Racquel Williams spoke with the founder of an organization that looks to change that. (photo credit: Sharon Snyder)Audacy
 
The KYW Newsradio All-Local for Monday, Dec. 5, 2022 (Evening Edition): It’s costing less to fill up, as gas prices have been steadily going down. An expert explains why, and what could happen next. A lockdown has been lifted at Roxborough High School after a fight left one student injured and another in custody. A former Mount Laurel police office…
 
Ayron Taylor is facing new charges for hacking into social media accounts and posting nude photos of the victims. KYW Newsradio's South Jersey reporter Mike Dougherty has more on this. (Photo credit: The Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office)Audacy
 
The Attic Youth Center serves Philly LGBTQ youth ages 14-23 and, as KYW Newsradio's Shara Dae Howard reports, the center needs the public’s help this holiday season. (Photo credit: Getty Images)Audacy
 
Prices continue to drop at the pump due to the uncertain global economic picture. KYW Newsradio's Tim Jimenez explains why some analysts predict prices could fall below $3 a gallon by Christmas. (Photo credit: Benjamin Girette/Bloomberg via Getty Images)Audacy
 
The KYW Newsradio All-Local for Monday, Dec. 5, 2022 (Midday Edition): Gasoline prices continue to fall and may go below $3/gallon by Christmas. A sixth bus carrying migrant families and individuals from Texas arrived at 30th Street Station on Monday morning. About 50 people were transferred from a charter bus to a SEPTA bus, then taken to a welcom…
 
Those changing speed limit signs on the Schuylkill Expressway have been in service for about a year and a half. Are they making the road safer or helping traffic flow? KYW Newsradio’s Mike DeNardo has an early look at the data.Audacy
 
If you're in Montgomery or Chester counties, you might hear sirens from the nuclear power plant in Limerick today. But don't worry, it's just a test. Constellation Energy says the test will start at 2 p.m. and last three minutes. Phoenixville's Office of Emergency Management playfully posted on Facebook, "Yes, it will be loud. Your child will proba…
 
Many banks offer customers zero fees at their ATMs, or they waive the fees even if the machines are not in their network, so withdrawing money doesn't come at a premium. That's a great service in the U.S., but don't expect it overseas, where the cost to use an ATM can often be nothing less than draconian. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg expl…
 
KYW Newsradio's Dave Uram and the Voice of the Eagles, Merrill Reese, break down the Birds' 35-10 domination of the Titans, and Reese explains why he thinks the Eagles are clearly the best team in the NFC. (Photo credit: Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)Audacy
 
The KYW Newsradio All-Local on Monday, Dec. 5, 2022 (morning edition): The Attic Youth Center, which serves Philly LGBTQ youth ages 14 to 23, is asking the public for help this holiday season. Engineers say it's too soon to draw conclusions, but early data from PennDOT shows the variable speed limit signs on the Schuylkill Expressway may be making …
 
Alice in Wonderland goes to middle school this month at People's Light theater in Malvern. This is the latest edition of their holiday panto pantomime tradition, a British form of theater that puts a musical, comedic twist on a well-known story. KYW's Sabrina Boyd-Surka with more on the story. (photo credit: Mark Garvin)…
 
On Friday, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the economy added 263,000 jobs in November – the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 3.7%. KYW's Matt Leon spoke more about this with economist David Fiorenza. (Photo credit: fizkes/Getty Images)Audacy
 
This is the time of the year when many children write letters to Santa. KYW’s Hadas Kuznits has more on a special program that provides a way for blind and visually impaired children to participate in this tradition. (Photo credit: Yanggiri/Getty ImagesAudacy
 
The KYW Newsradio All-Local for Sunday, Dec. 4 (Midday Edition): Philadelphia Eagles and other NFL players are sporting fresh kicks as part of a 'My Cause My Cleats campaign. A man was shot and killed near a South Philadelphia corner store Saturday evening. A popular trolley tour that travels to Philadelphia neighborhoods, decorated for the holiday…
 
SEPTA and Philadelphia Police are looking for a woman they say is responsible for randomly assaulting several people. KYW’s Antionette Lee says, video of one the violent attacks against a young woman is circulating on social media.Audacy
 
Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner is going to court in an attempt to stop the Pennsylvania Senate from moving forward with his impeachment. KYW Newsradio's Antionette Lee has more. (Photo credit: NBC10 Philadelphia)Audacy
 
Latinos are the fastest growing segment of voters in America. Still, analysts say they make up a few percent of those who cast ballots in America. KYW Newsradio's Bibiana Correa has more. (Photo credit: cglade/Getty Images)Audacy
 
We've got an update about an abandoned dog injured along a stretch of train tracks in Montgomery county, unable to move. Animal welfare nonprofit Philly Rescue Angels says Lucky is recovering after surgery, getting medication for pain and is even eating regularly. (Photo credit: Philly Rescue Angels)…
 
Malcolm Jenkins and New Liberty Distillery in the South Kensington neighborhood are planning on making whiskey with ingredients like barley, wheat, rye, and corn that are sourced exclusively from black and brown farmers. KYW Newsradio's John McDevitt has more on the story. (Photo credit: Cindy Ord/Getty Images for SiriusXM)…
 
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