Unique Center City Partnership Shakes Up Some Special DrinksHop Sing Laundromat's owner is know by most simply as Lê sat down to talk about his latest undertaking with another center city business.
Wolf Vetoes Medicaid Work RequirementsThe bill vetoed by Governor Wolf contained provisions that sought to include work or work search requirements in Pennsylvania’s Medicaid program.
2 Philadelphia Police Officers Injured During Center City ProtestThe incident took place just a few blocks from the convention center, that was hosting the Major Cities Chiefs Association conference.
New Jersey Gets A $4M Cut Of National Settlement With GMGeneral Motors this week settled lawsuits filed in 48 states and the District of Columbia stemming from faulty ignition switches in millions of cars.
Philadelphia Tackles Storm Water With Green SpacesIt's more than just new playgrounds being erected with gardens in Philadelphia. They're actually all part of the city's long-term plan to reduce the flow of storm water and pollution into the Delaware River.
Phila State Senator, Advocates Clash At Beverage Tax HearingA State Senate committee hearing featured a sparring match between a senator from Philadelphia who insists he does not want to overturn the city’s sweetened beverage tax and an activist who suspects lawmakers may have other ideas.
Penn State Pay Back: No. 2 Nittany Lions Beat Michigan 42-13Penn State has not lost a regular-season game since getting trounced 49-10 by Michigan (5-2, 2-2) last season.
DeRozan Scores 30 As Raptors Rout 76ers 128-94Ben Simmons had 18 points and 10 rebounds and Jerryd Bayless scored 16 for the winless 76ers, who were playing the second game of a back-to-back.
Army Holds Off Temple 31-28 In OvertimeIt was the last non-conference game of the year for Temple (3-5), which has lost four of five.
Simmonds' Late Goal Lifts Flyers Over Struggling Oilers, 2-1It marked the first time Connor McDavid, the No. 1 pick in the 2015 draft, faced Flyers rookie Nolan Patrick, the 2017 second overall pick.
It’s About Winning Now For The Sixers—And It Isn’t Happening YetThe coddling-snowflake, everyone-gets-a-trophy aura surrounding this team has to be lifted. It’s no longer how well they played—it’s about the bottom line and that is winning.
76ers Fall To Celtics 102-92 In Home OpenerKyrie Irving scored 21 points, Al Horford had 15 and the Boston Celtics won for the first time since losing Gordon Hayward, 102-92 over the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday night.
National Constitution Center Turns Pink For Fight Against Breast CancerJefferson Health Washington Twp. Hospital also turned pink Saturday, and this is the 16th year for the Lights for the Cure campaign.
O'Reilly Sexual Assault Claims RevisitedA New York Times article claims Fox renewed O'Reilly's contract while he was paying off another colleague for sexual misconduct.
50 Women Accuse Weinstein Of Sexual HarassmentFifty women have accused Harvey Weinstein of Sexual Harassment and on Friday another accuser came forward.
2 Philadelphia Police Officers Injured During Center City ProtestCBS 3's Henry Rosoff reports.
Police Investigate Quadruple Shooting In ChesterThe shooting took place along the 1200 block of Carla's Lane near North 11th Street.
3-Year-Old Critically Injured In North Philadelphia ShootingCBS 3's Alicia Nieves reports.
Attention Muggles: Harry Potter Festival Coming To Chestnut HillAll you muggles and magicians out there, we have the party for you!
What’s Cooking on 1060: 'Night of the Living Cider'This Halloween, Kensington Quarters in Fishtown is celebrating cider beer with their "Night of the Living Cider" event.
Taste With Tori: Misconduct TavernCold brews and hot food rule as Taste With Tori heads to Misconduct Tavern.
Interview: Death From Above And An Introduction To OutrageThe duo of Death From Above returned this summer with their third album Outrage! Is Now.
Haunted GetawayIt's the time for tales of haunted houses and trick or treating. KYW's Jay Lloyd suggests a spirited Halloween Getaway.
Interview: Trans-Siberian Orchestra Finds A Path ForwardThe Trans-Siberian Orchestra holiday tradition continues this year with two shows in Philadelphia at the Wells Fargo Center on December 17th.