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Philly man charged with murder in Lower Merion shooting

Nahray Crisden, 19, of Philadelphia, was killed in September.

Pa. is now pivotal for both candidates as Trump wins Florida; counties continue 24/7 counts, but full results may take days

Former vice president Joe Biden told supporters early Wednesday that he was "on track" to prevail and urged patience, while President Donald Trump falsely claimed he had already won.

COVID-19 hospitalizations in Pa. and N.J. double over past month; N.J. tweaks restrictions on malls and stadiums; Friendly’s to sell locations, file for bankruptcy

Pennsylvania reported more than 15,000 new COVID-19 cases last week, the most of any week during the pandemic and over 3,600 more cases than the previous week.

Man, 21, fatally shot in Nicetown

The shooting happened in the 4300 block of North 15th Street.

Boy, 15, shot in West Philly

The shooting happened in the 700 block of North Markoe Street.

Philadelphia is under curfew amid unrest following police killing of Walter Wallace Jr.; protests draw divergent responses from Trump and Biden

Police shot and killed the 27-year-old Black man in West Philadelphia on Monday, prompting days of protests, as well as vandalism and break-ins.

Both Pa. and Philly experiencing a sharp increase in new COVID-19 cases; Delco says upswing is due to social gatherings

Pennsylvania is now averaging over 2,000 new COVID-19 cases a day and climbing amid a national resurgence of the virus.

Philly considering new restrictions as cases now exceed the city’s ability to track them; as Pa. cases spike, another uptick at Penn State

Both Pennsylvania and New Jersey have seen the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations more than double over the past month, according to an analysis of state data.

Fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. prompts heated overnight protests in West Philly

The 27-year-old man had a knife during a confrontation with police Monday afternoon. In the hours that followed, clashes erupted between police and protesters.

Penn State students may face discipline over football gatherings; Temple will delay start of spring semester as COVID-19 cases climb in Pa.

Pennsylvania is now averaging 1,769 new COVID-19 cases day, the highest at any point during the pandemic, with no sign of slowing down.