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Digital Brief: May 6, 2021 (PM)Jessica Kartalija has the latest headlines.
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Parks On Tap Kicks Of 2021 Season ThursdayThe city's popular beer garden debuted at two locations.
Pool Season Could Take Nosedive Thanks To Looming Chlorine Tablet ShortageMatt Petrillo reports.
Evesham Township Police Searching For Man Wanted For Suspicious Behavior In ShopRite BathroomCall police if you recognize the man.
10-Year-Old Philadelphia Girl Turns Homemade Barbecue Sauce Into BusinessAnd she's going green while doing it!
Taste With Tori: 1906 At Longwood GardensVittoria Woodill reports.
Jefferson Hospital Nurse Honored During Nurse Appreciation WeekStephanie Stahl reports.
Mays Landing Man Facing Charges In US Capitol RiotsAuthorities say his mom may have tipped off investigators.
City Council Working To Close Loophole To Get Illegal Dirt Bikes, ATVs Off StreetsAlecia Reid reports.
Country Faces Gasoline Shortage As We Continue To Deal With Fallout From COVID-19 PandemicMatt Petrilo reports.
Sixers Youth Foundation Launches Sneaker Auction In Effort To Raise MoneyUkee Washington reports.
$3 Million Scratch-Off Lottery Ticket Sold In Montgomery CountyIt happened at the 7-Eleven convenience store on the 600 block of West Main Street in Lansdale.
Rowan University To Offer $1,000 Incentives To Students To Receive COVID-19 VaccineOn-campus students at Rowan University now have 1,000 reasons to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The university said Thursday it will provide a $500 fall tuition credit and a $500 credit for on-campus housing for students who show proof of their vaccination before July 31. Katie Johnston reports.
Less Than A Third Of Parent Say They'd Let Their Child Get COVID-19 Vaccine Right Away, Survey FindsAs Covid-19 vaccine manufacturers try to get their shots authorized for younger children in the US, less than a third of parents say they would get their child vaccinated as soon as it is authorized for their age group, a survey reveals. Katie Johnston reports.
Mom's Comment May Have Led To Mays Landing Man Robert Lee Petrosh's US Capitol Breach ArrestA comment by a New Jersey man’s mother may have led to him being charged for participating in the Jan. 6 breach of the Capitol. Katie Johnston reports.
Donated Masks Given to Jefferson Nurses On National Nurses DaySome volunteers found a way to thank nurses working for Jefferson Health.
Temple University Salutes Its Graduates With Mix Of Virtual, In-Person CeremoniesThe school is conferring degrees to more than 10,000 graduates.
Philadelphia Weather: Terrific Thursday On TapLlarisa Abreu has the latest forecast.
Airport Security Making Changes As Traveling Begins To IncreaseAlecia Reid reports.
Black-Owned Bakery 'Sweet T's' Opens At Reading Terminal MarketThey offer a line of sweet potato-based baked goods. Pie and cheesecake are their specialties.
Philadelphia Museum Of Art Unveils Frank Gehry-Designed RenovationsAfter two decades of planning and construction, the Philadelphia Art Museum has unveiled a major renovation.
Police Athletic League Of Philadelphia Reopens After Being Shuttered For Nearly A Year Due To PandemicPhotojournalist Matt Maiorano takes us through the re-opened doors of the Cozen PAL Center.
$30,000 Reward Now Offered In Shooting Death Of Ruth Anna NoblesThe reward to find the person who murdered a Philadelphia woman has now increased to $30,000.

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