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Too Much Truth: Cold Case Justice Initiative

On Too  Much Truth, we were joined by Janis McDonald on behalf of the Cold Case Justice Initiative.

This group originates from the Syracuse University College of Law in New York and consists of their faculty and law students. 190 more words

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Narsai's Peach Upside Down Cake

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS)— With peaches in season, our food expert Narsai David has a great way to put them to use for just about the simplest peach upside down cake you could make. 269 more words

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Too Much Truth: Top Dogg on Dog Bites

On Too Much Truth, we were joined by Top Dogg and his Giant Schnauzer Zarr.

Dog attacks occur more often during the spring and summer so Top Dogg shared some safety precautions that we all should take. 62 more words

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Sources: Person Of Interest In For Questioning In Connection With South Philadelphia Sexual Assault

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Sources tell CBS 3 Eyewitness News a person of interest is in for questioning in connection with a sexual assault in South Philadelphia. 76 more words

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Elderly Woman Speaks Out After Being Robbed By Group Claiming To Be Hospital Workers

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — An elderly woman says she is nervous and scared after inviting a group of people claiming to be hospital workers into her home only for them to rob her family of every valuable they had. 401 more words

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Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf Talks Education Funding In Philadelphia

By Marcy Norton

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf toured a Philadelphia elementary school Friday to promote his education initiatives. KYW’s Marcy Norton was with the Governor at William H. 139 more words

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NY Launches Campaign To Protect Nail Salon Workers

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Governor Andrew Cuomo is launching a new campaign to protect nail salon employees from abusive workplaces.

This massive public outreach campaign is the latest step from the Governor’s multi-pronged Nail Salon Industry Enforcement Task Force, WCBS 880’s Marla Diamond reports. 444 more words

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