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KYW-TV / CBS 3
KYW-TV / CBS 3

1555 Hamilton St
Philadelphia, PA 19130   Directions

(215) 977-5300

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Meek Mill Joins City Officials To Unveil Renovated Basketball Courts In North Philadelphia
08/17/2019 10:14pm

The basketball courts are located close to the neighborhood Mill grew up in.

Bloody Start To Weekend Leaves 4 Dead, Multiple Injured In Philadelphia
08/17/2019 10:06pm

Police are investigating multiple deadly shootings across the city.

Man Accused Of Shooting 6 Philadelphia Police Officers During Hours-Long Standoff In North Philadelphia Charged With Attempted Murder
08/17/2019 10:05pm

The gunman accused of shooting six Philadelphia police officers was arraigned on Saturday morning.

Zach Eflin Struggles In Return To Rotation As Phillies’ 4-Game Winning Streak Ends In Loss To Padres
08/17/2019 9:54pm

Saturdays 5-3 loss to the Padres was the Phillies first since firing John Mallee on Tuesday.

The Philadelphia Inquirer
The Philadelphia Inquirer

801 Market St
Philadelphia, PA 19107   Directions

(215) 854-2000

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WCAU
WCAU

10 Monument Rd
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004   Directions

(610) 668-5510

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Standoff Suspect Charged With Attempted Murder
08/17/2019 10:21pm

The man suspected of shooting six Philadelphia police officers during an hourslong standoff is now facing multiple charges of attempted murder.Maurice Hill, 36, was arraigned Saturday on multiple counts that also included aggravated assault, assault on law enforcement officers and reckless endangerment. Hill, who is suspected of firing more than 100 rounds during a standoff that gripped the city and the nation, was also denied bail. Man Accused of Shooting 6 Philly Officers Surrenders Four other men were charged with drug offenses in connection with the standoff two were trapped in the house along with the gunman and two Philadelphia police officers, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.The standoff began in the Nicetown-Tioga neighborhood around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday and ended shortly after midnight Thursday. Two officers and three civilians were safely evacuated before the arrest, having been trapped for hours in the same home as the shooter. Another officer was also injured in a car crash while responding to the standoff. 80 Children Safely Escorted by Police Away From Gunfire Despite the heavy gunfire, everyone involved made it out alive.Hill used an AR-15-style rifle and a handgun during the shooting, said Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross, who joined in on negotiations with the suspect during the standoff. NY Woman Finds Dead Body in Her Truck After Grocery Shopping I have to admit, I did not think that this guy was going to come out alive after several conversations with him and hearing a bunch of information throughout the afternoon, Ross said.District Attorney Larry Krasner previously said the charges against Hill could ensure he will never exit jail.Hill has a criminal record that dates back almost two decades and includes convictions on illegal gun possession. He was first arrested as an 18-year-old in 2001 for illegally possessing a gun with an altered serial number, court records show. He was found guilty on five counts related to that arrest.In 2002 he was arrested yet again and eventually pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and criminal conspiracy.Hill would continue to be arrested over the years, with his crimes escalating in severity. In 2008, he was convicted of resisting arrest, criminal trespass and fleeing from police. Three years later, he pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and most recently was found guilty of perjury, in 2013.Federal court records indicate he was convicted in 2010 of being a felon in possession of a firearm and sentenced to four years and seven months in prison, plus three years of supervised release.Hills criminal record will be even longer after Wednesdays shootout.In addition to attempted murder and assault, he also faces multiple counts of illegal possession of a firearm, possession of a controlled substance, unlawful restraint and related charges.Photo Credit: NBC10, photo supplied by attorney This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

'Instant Love': Shelters Cleared as Pets Find Forever Homes
08/17/2019 9:06pm

Teddy, a catahoula leopard dog mix, was originally taken in at the Morris Animal Refuge in Philadelphia back in January. And after a few failed adoptions, the hearing impaired dog was returned in June and sat at the shelter waiting for the perfect family who would be patient enough to fullfil his needs.Emmy Homan, the shelters development manager, told NBC Teddy is a sweet dog and eager to learn, she just needed extra training and attention. Baby Rhino Gets a Mud Wallow at San Diego Zoo Thanks to social media, a Philadelphia family came across Teddys story on Twitter and knew they found the perfect pet for their family. Thats because their daughter is also Deaf. On Saturday, they stopped by the shelter during its Clear the Shelters event to meet their new four-legged family member.Teddys new family said they look forward to teaching their new furry family member sign language. Shelter Urges Adopters Not to Forget Pets With Special Needs 550301741, CClear the Shelters, the fifth annual pet adoption drive sponsored by NBC and Telemundostations, culminated Saturday with more than 2,000 shelters participating in dozens of communities across the country. Feds Issue New Guidelines for Animals on Planes Animals lovers nationwide lined up early for a chance to find the purrfect pet to take home.At the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, all adoptable dogs found new homes within hours of opening its doors, NBC Boston reported.One of those lucky dogs was Irie, a5-year-old mix-breed that was adopted by Chandler Solsky, of Rochester.I fell in love right away. We came a couple of days ago and we saw her and we had to come back and get her, Solsky said.And in Connecticut, the North Haven Animal Control cleared its shelters on Saturday, including finding a home for two senior cats that became homeless two months ago after their owner died.549827901, CWe were hopeful to get them adopted together, but was really shocked when a family walked in today and wanted to make them part of their family,Assistant Animal Control Officer Chrystal Tashaba told NBC, noting that senior pets are typically overlooked. So, to get them both in the same home made it all worth it.And they werent the only feline sisters to get adopted together. Colleen and Collette, both one-year-old kittens, were adopted from PAWS Chicago during Clear the Shelters.Julia Poukatch, the shelters communications associate, told NBC that the two kittens have been at the shelter since January and were always very reserved and fearful, making it hard for them to connect with potential adopters. Enter Chicago residents Jaycee and Marisa, who have had prior experience with fearful cats and were more than willing to give the girls the time they need to come out of their shell. Colleen and Collete not only have new homes, but also each other to help them adjust to their new life.550175281, CSince this years event was launched on July 27, more than 85,000 pets have been adopted. To encourage families to find a new pet, many of the participating animal shelters and rescue organizations reduced or waived adoption fees.At the Austin Humane Society, in Austin, Texas, shelter managerSarah Hammel was hoping that Lamb, a 5-year-old Pit bull and the shelters longest resident, would finally get his forever home. Hammel told NBC that Lamb was transferred to the shelter back in 2017 when flood waters from hurricane Harvey forced the evacuations of local shelter pets, and hes been in and out of the Austin Humane Society due to a lot of bad luck and through no fault of his own. On Saturday, Reyna Almaguer, of Austin, walked into the shelter andinstantly fell in love with Lamb. The feeling was mutual.It was instant love, Hammel said.550022851, CKing, a 5-year-old pit mix, was surrendered by its owner last month and arrived at the NYC Animal Control Center on July 24. But, the biggest wiggler in the shelter shimmied his way into the heart of a new pet parent on Saturday. King received a royal goodbye as he left the Brooklyn shelter.549867701, CStudies show that pet ownership provides a number of health benefits. A furry companion has the ability to comfort humans healing from loss or other trauma. For two sisters in Washington, D.C., still grieving from the loss of their Pit bull who died recently of cancer, finding the purrfect pet almost seemed heaven-sent.Deirdre and Kirsten Wright adopted Sally from the D.C. Humane Rescue Alliance after another family had earlier in the day adopted her, but then returned her 15 minutes later because the 2-year-old Pit bull mix didnt get along with another dog they already had. The sisters from Alexandria, Virginia, had fallen in love in Sally days earlier but thought they missed out on getting her first. When they found out Sally was back on the market, Deirdre Wright told NBC Washington that their recently deceased Pit bull, who was fittingly named Angel, must have intervened.436702253, CI think that Angel didnt want me to be sad. And she just wanted me to like, help another dog, Deirdre Wright said through tears.Meanwhile, in South Florida, Herbert, an 8-year-old American Staffordshire who has been at the shelter for more than a year, finally got his forever home. New pet owner Dana Powmesamy told NBC Miami she was excited to welcome Herbert to her family.Hes adorable, my son loved him right off the bat, Powmesamy said. I think were all just gonna love having him.549993182, CAlthough dogs and cats were by far the most common pets to be adopted, even some feathery animals were rescued on Saturday. Bob, a 4 1/2-month-oldWhite Crested Black Polish rooster was adopted from the Stonington-Animal Rescue Project in Connecticut. Bob the Rooster, as hes called, is headed to Covernty, Rhode Island, where he will join seven hens in his new home.549804751, CAnd Bob wasnt the only uncommon pet adopted on Clear the Shelters day. Rabbits andguinea pigs in New England also found their forever homes.Shelters in Florida, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Ohio, Illinois, North Carolina, Missouri, New York and Kansas all reported clearing their kennels and finding homes for pets in need.We shot for the moon and landed among the stars, the Helping Hands Humane Society of Topeka, Kansas, wrote in a Facebook post announcing their shelter had been cleared.Still, the need remains great. The number of animals entering shelters each year is about 6.5 million, 3.3 million dogs and 3.2 million cats, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Though the number has declined from about 7.2 million in 2011, with the biggest drop in the number dogs, approximately 1.5 million shelter animals are euthanized each year.On the happier side, about 3.2 million shelter animals are adopted annually and another 710,000 are returned to their owners.Clear the Shelters began in North Texas in 2014 as a partnership among the NBC and Telemundo stations in Dallas-Fort Worth and dozens of North Texas animal shelters. More than 2,200 homeless animals were adopted that first year, the most in a single day in North Texas.A year later that number jumped to nearly 20,000 as the adoption drive went national, with more than 400 shelters taking part across the country. Last year, as the event was extended over a month, more than 100,000 pets were adopted from over 1,200 shelters.491185241, CDuring Clear The Shelters 2018, pets of all types found their forever home, including Bailey a long-haired Chihuahua-mix puppy from Orange County, California, who was adopted by a veteran and his family. In New Hampshire, Baby, a 15-year old senior cat was adopted after being a hospice resident at a Massachusetts shelter. One year later, Baby is off her medications and showers her new family with unconditional love. In Texas, a yellow Labrador named Pepperjackwhofound wandering the streets of Texas City, spent weeks at the Galveston County animal shelter before a Sante Fe family adopted him during Clear the Shelters. One year later, the once stray who was renamed Jake, is living his best life enjoying the great outdoors of the familys lake property and helping his new parents take care of their horses.The love that these dogs give you is worth it, Baileys owner Don Winderman said. All they need is love. And really, if people gave out more love than hate this country would be a lot better and the whole world would be better. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Clear the Shelters: Find a Participating Shelter Near You
08/18/2019 5:19am

487794091, CAnimal shelters across the country are teaming up with NBC and Telemundo stations to find loving homes for pets in need.The fourth annual Clear the Shelters event, a nationwide pet adoption initiative, will be held Aug. 17, 2019. Hundreds of participating shelters will waive or discount fees as part of the one-day adoption drive.The goal is to ClearTheShelters by finding furever homes for as many animals as possible. More than 100,000 pets were adopted during last years event, but millions more remain homeless.Every year, 6.5 million animals end up in shelters nationwide and only 3.2 million are adopted, according to the ASPCA.Dozens of local shelters will take part this year in Clear the Shelters. Refer to the interactive map above to identify a shelter near you. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Dark, Barren and Empty: Life Inside Hahnemann as Closure Nears
08/17/2019 12:28pm

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5,500+ Local Animals Find Homes on Clear the Shelters Day
08/18/2019 5:19am

Keith Auerswald knew exactly which doggie he wanted to bring into his family.He had met Fiona at theWomens Animal Center in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, last week. Social Media Star Bentley Helps Win PSPCA Shelter $10k Gift But he waited until Saturday, because he knew that adoption fees would be waived that day as part of the nationwide Clear the Shelters campaign hosted by NBC and Telemundo stations, including NBC10 and Telemundo62.The stars kinda aligned, and we decided to come and pick her up today, Auerswald said. You Want To Be a New Pet Owner. Now What Later, Auerswaldsent a photo to NBC10 of Fiona in her new home, resting comfortably on the cool wooden floor.549728761, C, 600,379 Clear the Shelters: Live Coverage Across the US His was the first adoption of the day at that shelter, but it was far from the last. Locally, some 5,566 animals have been adopted since the campaign kicked off three weeks ago and 1,778 were adopted Saturday.Nationally, more than 89,314 dogs and cats found their forever homes as part of Clear the Shelters.Another adoptee today was Teddy, a dog who was deaf and had waited for the right home at the Morris Animal Refuge in Philadelphia. Teddys sweet smile and sad story won over many on Twitter, with Tweets asking about Teddys status flying in from throughout the nation.549963511, CSeveral people called the shelter and offered to take care of any adoption costs.Teddy found the perfect home later Saturday, with a family who has a daughter who is deaf. The family hopes to teach Teddy sign language, they said.Brandywine Valley SPCA reported that they had 304 adoptions today, and that all three of their sites broke adoption records.550075861, CThe adoption stories just kept coming: Clara ODay, a 5-year-old from Ewing, New Jersey, came with her parents Sean ODay and Theresa Pfarr to the Womens Animal Center and adopted Ripley, Claras first dog.Simone and Nia Graves came to find a new friend for their dog, Lady. They found Mordecai.On a scale of one to 10, probably like an 11, one girl said. Yeah, probably more than an 11, chimed in the other. Were excited.549196302, CDebbie welcomed Gigi and Princess, two cats that had been surrendered to the Womens Animal Center together and now get to stay in a forever home together. Chrissy picked out Rabbit, who was actually a cat.Robin Bicoff had recently lost a pet, and was ready to open her heart again. She found a feline friend. I hope that she loves all the toys I bought her and her dining area and wants cuddle with us, Bicoff said.548991302, CAcross our region, 67 shelters particpated.In Bensalem, NBC10 and Telemundo62 anchors and reporters mingled with the crowds who had gathered to check out adoptable animals.In Delaware, one long-time shelter resident finally found a family to take him home. Buster, an 11-year-old cat, had been at the Faithful Friends Animal Society in Wilmington since he was abandoned on its steps in 2009.On Saturday, he went home for a trial run to see how he gets along with a local familys dog. Were keeping our fingers crossed they become best friendsAnother longtime shelter resident was Nunu, who had been at the Brandywine Valley SPCA in West Chester since April, 2018. As he left shelter workers clapped, and he gave a big lick to the face of the shelters behaviorist.549457781, CThough adoption fees were waived, the shelters other policies were not. Adopters had to comply with all the shelters usual requirements. And all the pets were sent home with a clean bill of health. They had been spayed or neutered, microchipped and given all their needed shots.Hills Pet Nutrition provided goody bags to adopters that included pet food, and NBC10 and Telemundo62 offered doggie water bowls.You cant beat it, said Cathy Malkemes, CEO of the Womens Animal Center. Youre saving a life, and walking out of here with an animal that has everything that it needs.She said the yearly Clear the Shelters Day brings much-needed attention to the hard work of local animal shelters. It brings such great attention. Were thrilled we have some long term residents leaving today.548146842, CEvery year, 6.5 million animals end up in shelters nationwide -- and only 3.2 million are adopted, according to the ASPCA.487794091, CPhoto Credit: Joseph Kaczmarek This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

WPVI-TV
WPVI-TV

4100 City Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19131   Directions

(215) 878-9700

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AccuWeather: Excessive Heat Watch Through Wednesday
08/17/2019 10:37pm

AccuWeather: Meteorologist Cecily Tynan heat indices will climb above 100 degrees early next week.

4 killed, several others injured in multiple shootings in Philadelphia
08/17/2019 10:25pm

A week that saw six Philadelphia police officers shot while serving a warrant is ending with seven shootings that killed four people and wounded several others within a 24-hour period.

Crime Fighters: Who killed Shawn Rankins?
08/17/2019 10:03pm

A mother who buried her son less than two months ago is hoping coming to you will bring his killer to justice.

83-year old woman struck, killed by driver in Atlantic City
08/17/2019 9:49pm

An elderly woman has died after she was struck and killed by a driver in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

2 armed home invasions under investigation in West Chester
08/17/2019 9:47pm

Police in West Chester are investigating two armed home invasion robberies that happened less than a half-mile apart.

WTXF - FOX 29
WTXF - FOX 29

330 Market St
Philadelphia, PA 19106   Directions

(215) 925-2929

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