7073彩票登录Joseph A. Gambardello is a Team Now morning staff writer. A former wire service reporter and foreign correspondent and New York City newspaper journalist, he joined the Inquirer in 1995 and has worked on the City, South Jersey, Features, and Online Desks.

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Trump declared a national emergency for coronavirus. Here’s what that means.

Under the 1976 National Emergencies Act, the president is empowered to invoke any of more than 120 statutory powers to address a crisis.

Four teens shot, two fatally, in Chester City

The gunfire erupted about 2 p.m. Tuesday on the 200 block of Broomall Street, police said.

Woman charged in Camden County stabbing death

Yushika Taplin called police to report she had killed someone in a Lindenwold apartment, officials said.

Philadelphia’s St. Patrick’s Day parade canceled

City officials on Tuesday urged people to watch Sunday's parade from home. Hours later, parade organizers said the entire event would be canceled out of "general concern for the well-being of everyone."

Man charged in violent Collingswood home-invasion robbery and arson

Bernard Miller also has been charged in two burglaries the day before the home invasion and arson in Collingswood.

Philadelphia’s supervised injection site has faced a long legal battle: How we got here

The issue has been swirling in the city for more than two years.

3-alarm fire burns through roof of Bucks County industrial building

Firefighters had to stretch hoses across a major roadway and a SEPTA Regional Rail Line to get water to fight the blaze in New Britain Borough.

Arrest made in Philly shooting deaths of pregnant woman and her unborn child

Razique Bumpas, 21, was out on bail in an assault case when the shooting occurred Friday evening.

Temple identifies student killed in North Philly hit-and-run

The 27-year-old victim was run down at 8th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue.

One dead in West Philly double shooting

Police were looking for two men in the shooting at South 52nd and Sansom Streets.