Chinese researchers have discovered a new type of swine flu that can infect humans and has the potential to cause a future pandemic, according to a study released on Monday, though scientists have cautioned that the virus does not pose an immediate global health threat. Katie Johnston reports.
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Philadelphia Weather: Dangerous Rip Currents SundayTammie Souza reports.
Philadelphia Restaurants Making Sure To Follow COVID-19 GuidelinesAlecia Reid reports.
Man Charged In Kidnapping Of Missing Amish 18-Year-Old Linda StoltzfoosJoe Holden reports.
Pennsylvania State Police Troopers On Patrol For Social Distancing InspectionTroopers were seen inspecting Kite and Key in Center City.
Children Receive New Adaptive BikesThe bikes were donated by Families Behind the Badge.
Scott Kingery Reports To Phillies' Summer Camp After Battling COVID-19Kingery has a message for his teammates.
Philadelphia Weather: Hot Sunday AfternoonTammie Souza reports.
Local Business Gives Away GroceriesIt donated 500 boxes of food to residents.
Organizers Hold Black Lives Matter Community Fest In Delaware CountyOrganizers hope to get more people involved in the Black Lives Matter movement.
Bright Hope Baptist Church Hosts COVID-19 Testing SiteAnyone who wanted a test was welcome, but participants had to pre-register.
Downed Tree Caused By Tropical Storm Fay Creates Headache In Fairmount ParkThe tree apparently also knocked down some wires.
South Philadelphia Residents Woke Up To 'Total Mess' Due To Tropical Storm Fay, Ongoing Sewer ProjectHoward Monroe reports.
Philadelphia Eateries Dealing With 1-2 PunchAlecia Reid reports.
Arrest Made In Case Of Missing Amish TeenagerLinda Stoltzfoos, 18, was last seen June 21.
Digital Brief: July 11, 2020 (AM)Jan Carabeo has your morning headlines.
It's Time For Annual SEPTA 'Trolley Blitz'Crews will be working on critical maintenance and station upgrades through July 20.
Both Lanes Eastbound On I-76 To Close This Weekend For Viaduct RepairsThe detours will be in place until 5 a.m. Monday.
Teachers May Be At Greater Risk For Contracting COVID-19Nearly one in four American teachers are considered high risk for contracting the virus.
Philadelphia Weather: Hot, Steamy This WeekendMeteorologist Matt Peterson has your forecast.
Two Philadelphia Restaurants Ordered To Close For Violating City's COVID-19 GuidelinesHoward Monroe reports.
NHL, Players Finalize Plan To Resume SeasonThe Flyers will face the Bruins on Aug. 2 in the first of three round-robin games to determine seeding.
Philadelphia Weather: T-Storm Threat SaturdayKate Bilo reports.
A Chat With: Brian Anderson Of The PerceptionJessica Kartalija reports.
E-Z Pass Users Receiving 'Ridiculous' Bills With Administrative Fees For Tolls Closed During ShutdownAlexandria Hoff reports.