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Hawks still want to make trouble for Sixers

The Atlanta Hawks aren’t going to make the playoffs this season. But they could have an influence on the plans for those who are headed for postseason, such as the Philadelphia 76ers, who visit Atlanta on Saturday.
Source: ABC News 6

Troubleshooters: Dryer Repair & Slippery Driveway

The Action News Troubleshooters have been hard at work as usual and Friday night they’re helping one consumer who really felt hung out to dry and another who was too afraid to park in her own driveway.
Source: ABC News 6

Mueller's report handed off to DOJ; won't recommend any further indictments: Source

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report was handed off to the DOJ and he won’t recommend any further indictments, a senior DOJ official said.
Source: ABC News 6

Mueller report delivered to AG William Barr after Russia probe conclusion

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s much-anticipated report — the product of nearly two years of investigation — has now been handed to the Justice Department for Attorney General Bill Barr’s review.
Source: ABC News 6

Delco youth basketball coach meets life-saving bone marrow donor

It wasn’t his birthday so Neale Boyle, 52, Thornton had a look of confusion on his face as friends and relatives shouted “surprise” when he entered the Concord Country Club in West Chester. Unbeknownst to the longtime C.Y.O. basketball coach at St. Maximi
Source: ABC News 6

Police impostors tie up victims, abduct woman in Northeast Philadelphia

Detectives said two suspects posing as officers abducted a woman in Northeast Philadelphia and then dropped her off in front of police headquarters.
Source: ABC News 6

Amid wait for Ethiopian Airlines data, a carrier asks Boeing to cancel 737 MAX order

As the wait continues for more information on the Ethiopian crash, a flagship carrier in Indonesia has requested to cancel a nearly $5 billion order of 737 MAX 8s.
Source: ABC News 6

Lawmakers urged to fix Pennsylvania turnpike's fiscal plight

Pennsylvania’s elected fiscal watchdog is urging state lawmakers to rescue a Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission that is deep in debt from payments it must make to the state, despite annual toll increases going back 11 straight years.
Source: ABC News 6