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Two Killed, Another Injured in East Camden Shooting

CAMDEN, NJ — A shooting in East Camden over the holiday weekend left two dead and another injured, according to the Camden County Prosecutor's office. On Sunday, April 21, authorities said Sincere Howard, 17, and Shirleen Caban, 19, both of Camden, were pronounced dead shortly before 1 a.m. due to i

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Fourth death this school year devastates high school in Camden

CAMDEN, N.J. (WPVI) -- The triple shooting in Camden early Sunday morning claimed the life of the fourth person with ties to Woodrow Wilson High School this academic year. Sincere Howard, 17, a junior at the high school, was shot and killed along with Shirleen Caban, 19, in Camden at a park on the 2

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Mayor, Residents Come Together for 'I Walk Camden” in Parkside Neighborhood

CAMDEN, NJ — Mayor Frank Moran joined Connect the Lots on Saturday, April 20 in presenting “I Walk Camden,” a free guided tour exploring the city's historic Parkside neighborhood.

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Camden mourns shooting deaths of two teens

CAMDEN – A vigil was held Sunday night for two young people who died following a shooting near a city park in the early hours of Easter. Police arrived at the 2900 block of Pierce Street in Camden, in front of Von Nieda Park, and found two females, ages 18 and 19, inside of a vehicle, and a 17-year-

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‘It feels like they’ve taken the best of this city.’ Loved ones mourn teens gunned down in park as ambitious, kind

Ask loved ones about Shirleen “Nina” Caban, 19, and Sincere Howard, 17, and you’ll hear a lot of the same words: Fun. Outgoing. Hard worker. Bright future. But those bright futures were snuffed out early Easter morning when a shooter or shooters sprayed a parked car with bullets in Camden’s Von Nied

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Wildwood mayor: I won’t stop playing Kate Smith on the boardwalk

A New Jersey Shore town is sticking by the late singer Kate Smith, even as the Flyers and the New York Yankees have distanced themselves from her over questions about racist lyrics from more than 80 years ago.

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2 dead, 1 hospitalized after gunman opens fire on group in Camden park

CAMDEN, N.J. -- Officials said two people are dead and one is in the hospital after a gunman opened fire on a group in a Camden park early Sunday. It happened around 12:45 a.m. in the Von Nieda Park at North 29th Street and River Avenue.

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Federal court rules Philadelphia can exclude foster care agency that refuses to work with gay couples

A federal appeals court ruled Monday that the city of Philadelphia can exclude a foster care agency that refuses to work with same-sex couples from a program for placing city children with foster families, according to NBC News.

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2 Killed In Triple Shooting On Easter Sunday In South Jersey: PO

Two people were killed and another was injured in a tragic triple shooting on Easter Sunday in South Jersey, authorities announced. Camden County Police officers discovered two women inside a car and a 17-year-old boy lying on the ground on the 2900 block of Pearce Street in Camden early Sunday morn

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VisionQuest sues city of Philadelphia, seeking to open center for migrant children

A youth-services agency that has been blocked from housing 60 undocumented immigrant children in North Philadelphia has sued the city, saying the local government is discriminating against Latino youths by not letting them move in.

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Lane Johnson doesn't like Donovan McNabb's comments on Carson Wentz, calls McNabb a 'snake'

On Saturday, former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb appeared on CBS Radio and made a comment about current Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz. We’re not even sure you can call it a criticism, really — McNabb said Wentz hasn’t proven anything yet after not being able to finish the 2017 an

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Officials Tour Joint Health Sciences Center in Camden

(Camden, NJ) – Federal, state, and local elected officials gathered today with leaders from Camden’s higher education institutions on their first tour of the Joint Health Sciences Center (JHSC). Once complete, the 100,000 square-foot building will be used by Rowan University, Rutgers University–Camd

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Man arrested for smuggling heroin from New Jersey into Beaufort County

WASHINGTON, N.C. (WNCT) - A man has been arrested after investigators said he was smuggling heroin from New Jersey into Beaufort County. Investigators with the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office Drug Unit arrested Kiante Izquierdo, 22, of Washingon, on April 19.

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Eastern (6) at Camden Catholic (1) - Softball

Madi Guyer thew a six-hitter with no earned runs, seven strikeouts and no walks to lead Eastern past Camden Catholic 6-1 in Cherry Hill. Anna Accardo hit a double and drove in two runs, while Guyer finished 3-for-4 with two RBI and a double.

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Camden (0) at Camden Catholic (10) - Baseball

Three pitchers combined on a two-hit shutout for Camden Catholic as it defeated Camden, 10-0, in five innings, in Cherry Hill. Pat Cunning started for Camden Catholic (2-6) and struck out five over three innings, allowing just one walk. Brian Brown struck out two in a perfect inning of relief, while

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"They're already dead" Witness recalls deadly 6-car hit-and-run in Northeast Philadelphia

BUSTLETON (WPVI) -- The two people killed in a six-car hit-and-run crash in the Bustleton section of Philadelphia have been identified. The victims are Juan A. Lopez Rivera, 50, and Carmen Montalvo Ruiz, 48, both of the 5100 block of Whitaker Avenue.

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Police Need Public’s Help Locating Major Bradley, Missing 69-Year-Old Man With Dementia

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia Police are asking for the public’s help locating a missing 69-year-old man with dementia. Major Bradley was last seen at 3:19 p.m. on Sunday on the 4400 block of North 9th Street in the city’s Hunting Park section.

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Rutgers–Camden Announces 2019 Commencement Keynote Speakers

CAMDEN, NJ – Neal Katyal, the former Acting U.S. Solicitor General, headlines the notable speakers set to deliver keynote addresses during commencement ceremonies for the graduating Class of 2019 at Rutgers University–Camden.

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Sharon Hill man shoots toddler, kills girlfriend and himself

SHARON HILL — An 18-year-old woman is dead and her 11-month-old son is hospitalized after both were shot by the child’s father before he turned the gun on himself, police said.

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Philadelphia Flyers Remove Kate Smith Statue Due to Racism Controversy

The Philadelphia Flyers have dismantled the statue of singer Kate Smith, which once stood outside Wells Fargo Center. The Flyers cited concerns over some allegedly racially insensitive songs Smith had sung in the past.

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