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Ubinas: How does Ricard Basciano sleep at night?
WE START where we always have since the deadly Market Street building collapse that killed six people and injured 13 on June 5, 2013 - with the building's Teflon-coated owner, Richard Basciano.

With less money and fewer students, community colleges compete with one another
As financial pressures mount on community colleges, some schools have begun to openly compete: crossing county lines and marketing to a wider pool of students.

A shell 'find' is a sign Dock's expansion the right thing to do
ATLANTIC CITY - When a renovation began months ago at Dock's Oyster House - a landmark restaurant that has been in business here since 1897 - and contractors found oyster shells in the original foundation of the old structure, the fourth-generation owners took it as a sign that their endeavor to triple the size of the place was the right thing to do.

Conspirator list could tip government's hand in Bridgegate
TRENTON - As federal prosecutors and two of Gov. Christie's former allies prepare for trial in the George Washington Bridge lane-closure case, a separate legal fight has erupted between the news media and an unindicted accomplice that could provide new clues into the government's theory of how this bizarre story of alleged political revenge unfolded.

At trial, prosecutors target Fattah's education charities
Among the millions of dollars in federal funding that U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah prides himself on securing for worthy causes, he has repeatedly singled out money obtained for two education nonprofits that he helped create.

Chester teen's dreams gone in a flash
By the time his eighth grade formal dance had rolled around Friday, Zenas Powell's outfit would just no longer work.

Doctors, nurses: Philly would be healthier with drinks tax
About 20 doctors and nurses from across the city gathered at a South Philadelphia health clinic Monday to declare that their patients' health would improve dramatically if sugary soda were taxed.

Villanova hires first female business school dean
Villanova University has named its first female business school dean, an industrial and organizational psychologist who is senior associate dean of the business school at the University of Maryland at College Park.

A deadlier drug: Doctors suspect W-18 is spiking overdoses
Anita Gupta first suspected that the Philadelphia heroin trade could be taking a deadlier turn months ago, when she saw overdose patients at Hahnemann University Hospital who didn't respond as they should have to the antidote drug emergency workers gave them.

Pa. Supreme Court doesn't halt Cosby hearing
Bill Cosby's sexual-assault case will proceed on a path toward trial as scheduled, after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Monday rejected his latest attempt to delay it.

After invite, Kenney abruptly turns away media
It took the click of a shutter for Mayor Kenney to turn sour. After a handful of reporters were invited to share a tour of Philadelphia's prisons Monday, Kenney quickly showed that he wasn't in the mood for guests. In the visitors lobby, he raised his hand to stop a photographer in mid-shot, then headed out of the room with a swift shake of his head.

Cabrini prof killed crossing street in Wayne
A Cabrini College professor died when he was hit by a car as he tried to cross Lancaster Avenue in Wayne during a downpour Saturday, police said.

Man slain, ex-wife charged in Montco shooting
When Chien-Kuo "Charles" Lin went to pick up some of his belongings from his ex-wife's home, according to police, he evidently was so concerned about what might await him that he asked an officer to accompany him.

Doctor charged with dispensing pills to biker gang calls agents bullies
Dr. William J. O'Brien III has a way with words. During an October 2014 appointment, he offered a patient blue Xanax pills in exchange for oral sex, describing it as "blues for a b-."

DEP secretary's toxic email questions advocates' actions
HARRISBURG - In the controversial email that helped fuel his resignation last week, Gov. Wolf's top environmental officer used expletives and taunts to needle advocates into actively lobbying for changes in gas drilling and other environmental protection regulations, according to a copy of the message obtained by the Inquirer and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

More tainted Montco and Bucks wells closed after EPA tightens rules
Eight more wells that supply public drinking water have been shut down in Bucks and Montgomery Counties, and dozens of private wells have been called into question, after the Environmental Protection Agency issued more stringent guidelines on water contamination last week.

Cops seek suspects in 2 Philly shooting deaths
Police are looking for suspects in two fatal shootings in Philadelphia since Friday. The most recent happened about 1:30 a.m. Monday, when officers were called to the 4100 block of Cambridge Street in the Belmont section of West Philadelphia after a man was found in the street.

Bill would strenghten car-seat regulations
By the time they head off for summer vacations, some Pennsylvania parents might have to comply with stricter car-seat rules for their children.

Judge punishes D.A.'s Office for not turning over cellphones in wall collapse
In a continuing stalemate over when a prosecutor may disclose grand jury evidence, a Philadelphia judge on Monday punished the District Attorney's Office for not surrendering three cellphones for examination by lawyers in a lawsuit filed after the deadly 2013 Center City building collapse.

Fed inspectors find sick, dead animals at pet dealer ranch
Federal inspectors found sick and dead animals, inadequate sanitation, untrained employees performing euthanasia and other deficiencies at a Pennsylvania small-animal dealer that supplied major pet retailers like Petco and PetSmart.

Villanova taps new business school dean
Villanova University has hired a new dean of the school of business, the first female to serve in that role.

Sanders: Democratic convention could be 'messy'
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Bernie Sanders predicted Monday that the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia could be "messy" as he pushed the party to adopt his progressive agenda, but added, "Democracy is not always nice and quiet and gentle."

Double shooting in Nicetown, one in critical condition
A tow-truck driver who was critically wounded by gunfire in the city's Nicetown section was able to drive himself and another shooting victim to the hospital late Monday afternoon, police said.

Mars to make closest pass to Earth in more than a decade
Mars will soon make its closest pass to Earth in more than a decade, according to NASA.

Cop who fought crime and cancer dies
I'll never forget how easily Ofc. James Henninger talked about his own death. And I'll never forget how much he loved life. I met Henninger - who passed away this Saturday - in 2011, just six months after he was diagnosed with stage-4 prostate cancer and was given six months to two years to live.

The mass shootings that America forgot
A revealing New York Times investigation chronicles nearly one mass shooting in America every day. Many seem to be ignored, the paper notes, because of race.

Wildlife officers band City Hall's young peregrine falcons
Peregrine Falcons, a state-endangered bird, are nesting on City Hall Tower for the sixth year in a row.

On Monday, Pennsylvania Game Commission wildlife officers banded the three 21-day-old chicks - two male and one female - in the nest as a way to continue to track the species as it recovers from the brink of extinction.

"Our goal is to re-establish a secure, self-sustaining population of peregrine falcons in Pennsylvania, so that we can take them off the state Endangered Species list, and they will no longer need all the extra measures we are taking on their behalf," said Art McMorris, Peregrine Falcon coordinator for the Pennsylvania Game Commission in a statement.

The birds were documented nesting at City Hall as early as the 1940's, before the population was wiped out in eastern North America by the pesticide, DDT. The species is now recovering, and peregrine falcons have nested at City Hall off and on since the 1990's. Of the 46 known nesting sites, seven are in Philadelphia.

A total of five eggs were laid in the nest - a large clutch. The nest was photographed and the chicks were also given a health check by Game officials. They were treated for blood-sucking flies.

Ubinas: How does Ricard Basciano sleep at night?
The owner of the Market Street building that collapsed in 2013 blames everyone but himself.

Peace deal to increase Sanders say over Dem platform

N.J. Powerball ticket wins $2M
A Powerball ticket sold in New Jersey won $2 million in a weekend drawing, the latest big prize in a lucky month for Powerball players in the state.

Ahead of Cosby hearing, excerpts from quaalude deposition
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Bill Cosby is due in court Tuesday so a judge can decide whether there's enough evidence to send 12-year-old sex-assault accusations to trial in suburban Philadelphia.

Man charged with indecent exposure along Schuylkill trail
A man has been arrested for allegedly exposing himself along the Schuylkill River Trail, police said Monday. Philadelphia police said 34-year-old Salin Smalley, of Point Breeze, was charged with indecent exposure, open lewdness and harassment in the Saturday morning incident.

Sneeze Meter: Tree pollen and mold spores both very high

Heroin's deadly grip: Addiction, loss and grace
On a cold March morning in Columbus, N.C., Sean Harrington sat shackled in an antebellum courthouse and saw through the window a mountain stretched out like a vast wall.

How sick must hepatitis C patients be to get help?
Two years ago, James Luongo was thrilled to hear about the first new drugs that could rid his body of hepatitis C. The virus had been silently circulating in his blood for years and would likely cause liver disease, perhaps cancer. But he still felt fine.

Retirement is hard for many in Philly, study shows
With very little saved and a hard life to pay for, Theresa Price endures a rough retirement. A cascade of maladies forced Price, 60, to leave her catering job: asthma, sleep apnea, a stroke. These days, she lives on meager disability money in Southwest Philadelphia after having declared bankruptcy.

Girl barred from prom for wearing suit has her prom night
YORK, Pa. (AP) - A central Pennsylvania high school student barred from attending prom at her Catholic high school because she wore a suit rather than a dress has had her prom night - at a different school.

Authorities: Houseparent inappropriately touched girl, 11
HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) - Authorities say a houseparent at a Pennsylvania school has been charged with inappropriately touching an 11-year-old girl.

16-year-old killed after being thrown from ATV in crash
LATROBE, Pa. (AP) - Officials say a teenager is dead after an all-terrain vehicle he was riding crashed during a race.

Prostitute gets 20 years in prison in child's beating death
NEW CASTLE, Del. (AP) - A prostitute who admitted to beating her 4-year-old daughter to death in a Delaware motel room has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.

For singer, doing good is the happiest song
At home in Mullica Hill, Doreen Taylor writes and sings the songs she hopes will help make her a star - and help charities that are close to her heart.