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Cute Black-Footed Kittens Born at the Philadelphia Zoo — local A trio of small and mighty black-footed kittens are now on display at the Philadelphia Zoo. Rhaegal, Viseron, and Drogon were the very first black-footed cats born at the Zoo. The black-footed kittens are a species of wild cat and their native habitats range from Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and South Africa.
Jul 23, 2014

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Center City Hotel Evacuated — local Reports of smoke in a Center City hotel forced hundreds of people outside in the dark around 4:30 a.m. Wednesday. Guests stood outside the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel at 201 N. 17th St. while firefighters investigated smoke coming from the building's basement, according to officials.

Road Rage on Expressway in West Conshohocken — local One person is hurt after a road rage incident in West Conshohocken early Wednesday morning. Police say two vehicles traveling along I-76 crashed and landed in a ditch next to the ramp for I-476 around 5:45 a.m., according to officials.

Company That Sold Gate That Killed Girl Under Scrutiny — local New details continue to emerge on the company that sold the security gate that crushed a young girl to death at a Rita's Water Ice last month. On June 28 a one-ton security gate at the Rita's Water Ice in Brewerytown suddenly gave way and fell on top of 3-year-old Wynter Larkin, crushing her to death.
Jul 23, 2014

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7th Wrongful Death Suit Filed in Market Street Building Collapse — local The family of Danny C. Johnson filed a wrongful death suit today against the Salvation Army, STB Investment Corp. and Richard Basciano, the owner-operator of the bldg. that collapsed on June 5, 2013 while under demolition.