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Posts published in “Day: September 25, 2020

AccuWeather: Spotty Showers Saturday; Warm and Humid Sunday

Meteorologist Cecily Tynan says the humidity will be on the rise this weekend. Saturday is the more unsettled day with occasional drizzle and some showers around.
Source: ABC News 6

Man sought for shooting at plainclothes Philadelphia police officers turns self in

28-year-old Jeffione Thomas, who was wanted for the attempted murder of Philadelphia police officers, turned himself in with his attorney without incident Friday.
Source: ABC News 6

Burger King offers 'support' after 16-year-old employee shot, killed in West Oak Lane section of Philadelphia

A spokesperson for Burger King said the company was offering support to the family of a teen employee who was fatally shot in Philadelphia’s West Oak Lane section.
Source: ABC News 6

Many pack lines in South Philadelphia as school desk shortages grow

The parking lot at IKEA in South Philadelphia was packed Friday. Word is there’s a school desk shortage with so much virtual learning at home left for students.
Source: ABC News 6

1 killed in possible drag racing crash on Parkway after swerving to miss cones near encampment: Police

The driver swerved to miss street closure cones that are in place due to the nearby homeless encampment, according to police.
Source: ABC News 6

Breonna Taylor's family speaks following grand jury's decision, nights of protests: WATCH LIVE

The big question for Lousiville, a town torn apart by Taylor’s death, and the larger issue of racism in America was how to move forward.
Source: ABC News 6

Daughter's tweet helped to save her father's bakery on the verge of closing

La Casa Bakery was on the verge of closing in 2017, until the owner’s daughter shared a tweet that resulted in support from all over the world!
Source: ABC News 6

New Jersey passes budget, hiking taxes on rich, OK'ing borrowing

New Jersey lawmakers passed a $32.7 billion budget, hiking taxes on millionaires and businesses and authorizing borrowing of up to $4.5 billion to avoid painful cuts stemming from the impact of the pandemic.
Source: ABC News 6