Grab your milk and spoon-- today is national cereal day!
Whether you like it crunchy, sweet or full of fiber-- cold cereal is still one of the most popular breakfast foods in America.
50% of us start our days with cereal like "Cheerios".
"Cheerios" first hit shelves in 1941 and has been a staple ever since.
But the box form back them may have been difficult to identify, because it was originally called "Cheeri-Oats."
The name was changed in 1945 to what we know today as "Cheerios."
The very first cereal ever was originally named "Granula" and was invented right here in the United States in 1863 by James Caleb Jackson.
It was mostly bran and apparently it was so hard that it had to be soaked overnight before it could be eaten.
According to the book "Cerealizing America", Americans consume 101 pounds or 160 bowls of cereal per person every year!
Some of that is "lucky charms" which was invented in 1963 by General Mills.
The cereal with the marshmallow shapes hasn't always looked the same, but one thing has remained unchanged is the pink heart marshmallow.
It is the only one that hasn't changed in shape or color.
A 50-year-old woman is in critical condition after being hit by two cars in Philadelphia's Logan section.
The holiday weekend is looking warmer and unsettled. Shower and thunderstorm chances increaselate Sunday and Labor Day.
After a very cool start it'll be a beautiful Friday with sunshine, low humidity and high temperatures near 80 degrees.
The holiday weekend is looking warmer and unsettled. Shower and thunderstorm chances increase late Sunday and Labor Day.
Friday (80/62): Sun
Saturday (83/69): Sun/Clouds
Sunday (88/74): Clouds/Storm
Monday (90/72): Clouds/Storm
Tuesday (91/73): Clouds/Storm
Police release surveillance video of a man being shot and robbed of $70,000 in the parking lot of a supermarket in Northeast Philadelphia.
We want to say congratulations this morning to Broomall-Newtown Baseball, which now has two Babe Ruth World Series winners in one year!
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