SIX DEAD IN SUNDAY HEROIN OVERDOSES AROUND KENSINGTON
Six people died on Sunday from overdoses Philadelphia Police say are likely part of a bad batch of heroin. Five men and one woman died, according to NBC10, ages 24 to 42. The deaths occurred mostly in the area of Kensington Avenue between Somerset and Westmoreland, but one man was found on the 3000-block of N. Broad St. near Indiana. Meanwhile, a recent survey by National Clinician Scholars and Prevention Point Philadelphia found just 40 percent of pharmacies in zip codes with high heroin possession carry naloxone, which can reverse the effect of an overdose.
Jill Stein's campaign sent an email Sunday acknowledging she's dropped her lawsuit to recount votes in Pennsylvania. But this isn't over folks, because 2016 is the year that just won't quit. Instead, Stein is going straight for the feds with a new lawsuit, and wants supporters to turn her press conference today in Harrisburg into a rally. It's happening at noon. To get the latest recount news in your inbox, click "follow this" on our Election 2016 story.
The Eagles were not supposed to lose to the Bengals. And yet. Everything went wrong for Philly in the first half, trailing Cincinnati 19-0 in a game that didn’t even feel that close. When the Eagles got the ball for the first time in the second half they were already down 26-0. Where to begin? Wentz was bad. But the defense was worse. The Season of Penalties continues. Don't worry, though, Coach Doug Pederson says the only way to go is up. It's a long, long way up.
|What||Harvard Law prof Randall Kennedy and others will explore the history of BLM and discuss its parallels with civil rights movements of the past. Advance registration suggested.|
|Where||National Constitution Center at 525 Arch St. 19106|
|When||December 5, 2016 at 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm|
|How much||$15 ($10 for teachers and students)|
Billy Penn Likes
Turns out there's a thing Republicans and Democrats in Harrisburg agree on: alcohol. The Pa. House Liquor Committee co-chairs, Republican Adam Harris and Democrat Paul Costa, are ready to do the work it takes to reform the state's antiquated liquor laws. That's right — wine in grocery stores was just the first step. Here's why things are finally changing.
LESS DEPRESSING FOOTBALL NEWS FROM TEMPLE AND PENN STATE
If the Eagles understandably have you feeling down, look no further than Temple and Penn State. Their football teams are on their way to the Military Bowl and Rose Bowl, respectively. The Owls are in the top 25 of the college football playoff rankings, and after many thought they deserved a spot in the College Football Playoff, PSU had to settle for fifth, and a trip to Pasadena. Catch the Temple game at 3:30 p.m. Dec. 27 and the Penn State game Jan. 2 at 5 p.m., both on ESPN.