Gamblers File Lawsuit Against Philly Casino Claiming They Lost $250,000 Due To Illegitimate Decks Of Cards
Two gamblers have filed a federal lawsuit against SugarHouse Casino claiming they lost $250,000 because of faulty shuffling machines and illegitimate decks of cards. Matt Yurus reports.

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Gamblers File Lawsuit Against Philly Casino Claiming They Lost $250,000 Due To Illegitimate Decks Of CardsTwo gamblers have filed a federal lawsuit against SugarHouse Casino claiming they lost $250,000 because of faulty shuffling machines and illegitimate decks of cards. Matt Yurus reports.
New Jersey Man Sentenced In Victim’s Stabbing Death In Street Fight Following Eagles’ Super Bowl WinA man convicted in the stabbing death of another man after a fight in New Jersey during celebrations over the Philadelphia Eagles' Super Bowl win is now headed to prison. Supreme Life received a 20-year term Wednesday. Matt Yurus reports.
Students Injured, New Jersey School Evacuated After 8-Year-Old Girl Accidentally Discharged Pepper SprayAuthorities say roughly two dozen students were exposed to pepper spray at a Hudson County school when an 8-year-old girl inadvertently sprayed the substance. Matt Yurus reports.
Mastery Charter Schools Ranked In Top 100 School Districts In AmericaA local school district has been ranked in the top 100 districts nationwide. The Mastery Schools District – Lenfest Campus was ranked No. 75 in the country, according to Matt Yurus reports.
'Sesame Street' Introduces 3 New Muppets To Support Foster Families"Sesame Street" is introducing a foster family to the show. Karli, the newest "Sesame Street" muppet, is in foster care living with her “for-now” parents, Dalia and Clem. Gilma Avalos reports.
US Kids Not Eating Enough Seafood, Says StudyAmerican children are eating relatively little fish and shellfish in comparison to meat, according to a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Ken Molestina reports.
Essex County Woman Whose Starving Cats Had Eaten Some Of Their Own To Survive To Go Back To CourtAn Essex County woman whose home was populated by starving cats who had eaten some of their own to survive will have to go back to court to see if she can avoid a trial and possible jail time. Ken Molestina reports.
Penn State Lacrosse Calling For Whiteout At NCAA Final Four Game In PhiladelphiaThe NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Final Four is coming to Philadelphia this weekend and a local university is calling for fans to white out Lincoln Financial Field. Ken Molestina reports.
Philadelphia Ranked No. 8 On Top 50 Mosquito Cities ListNo one wants to hear the city they live in is ranked on a list about mosquitoes. Unfortunately, Philadelphia has been ranked No. 8 on Orkin’s 2019 Top 50 Mosquito Cities List. Ken Molestina reports.

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Dunkin' Introduces Nail Polish Inspired By Lattes, Ice Cream-Flavored Coffees At Select Philadelphia Nail SalonsWhy just drink a signature latte from Dunkin’ Donuts when you can wear it? Starting Wednesday, Dunkin’ is introducing eight nail polish colors inspired by new signature lattes and seasonal Baskin-Robbins ice cream-flavored coffees. Matt Yurus reports.
Hersheypark Warns About Ticket Scam Circulating On Social MediaHersheypark is warning about a ticket scam that is spreading on social media. The Pennsylvania theme park says the scam is offering users four free passes to mark the park’s 112th anniversary if they take a survey, share it and like it on Facebook. Matt Yurus reports.
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New Jersey Levies $25,000 Fine Against Technology CompanyA gambler from Nevada lost $29 on a New Jersey internet gambling site, but the transactions cost a technology company $25,000. Matt Yurus reports.
Death Of 2-Year-Old Prompts Recall Of 310,000 Chests Of Drawers Sold OnlineThere’s a recall of a chest of drawers after a child reportedly died when one tipped over. Matt Yurus reports.
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Stray Cat Killed By Bow And Arrow In New Jersey, Police SayState police say someone using a bow and arrow shot and killed a stray cat in Warren County, New Jersey. Ken Molestina reports.
Man Survives After Falling 70 Feet Into Kilauea Volcano In HawaiiA visitor to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park climbed past the metal railing, lost his footing and fell into the Kilauea volcano caldera, according to Ben Hayes, spokesperson with the National Park Service. Matt Yurus reports.
Police: Amazon Employees Charged After Stealing $100,000 Worth Of Apple WatchesFour employees have been charged for allegedly stealing over $100,000 worth of Apple Watches at an Amazon Fulfillment Center in Delaware. Matt Yurus reports.
Teen Releases Smoke Bomb In School Cafeteria Filled With Hundreds Of Students, Newark Police SayA high school student in Newark, Delaware caused a commotion when he allegedly released a smoke bomb in the school’s cafeteria during lunch time. Matt Yurus reports.
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School Cafeteria Worker Accused Of Firing BB Gun At Students, Threatening To Shoot Ones She Missed Next Day At LunchA school cafeteria worker is accused of firing at children on a playground with a BB gun and threatening to shoot the ones she missed during lunch at school. Matt Yurus reports.
Defecating Superintendent Sues Over Release Of Mug ShotA former New Jersey school superintendent who pleaded guilty to defecating on another high school's track has sued the local police department for releasing his mug shot to news outlets. Matt Yurus reports.
Puppy Found Dead In Weighted Cage Submerged In West Milford PondA $1,200 reward is being offered leading to the arrest of the person responsible. Matt Yurus reports.
Lancaster County Doctor Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Student In High School Athletic Trainer's RoomA Pennsylvania sports medicine doctor who spent decades working with high school athletes has been charged with sexually assaulting five patients, including two minors — one of them in a high school athletic trainer’s room. Matt Yurus reports.

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