Philadelphia State Senator ‘Ballistic’ Over Persistence Of ‘Redlining’A Philadelphia state Senator says he’s gearing up for a fight after a report that "redlining" by financial institutions continues to plague Philadelphia and other cities.
Flu Season: Expert Weighs In On Why Health Care Workers Aren't Sick As WellWhy aren't all the health care workers suffering from the virus?
GameChangers: Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation, Using The Game To Change LivesThe non-profit was established by Philadelphia Flyers Founder Ed Snider more than a decade ago.
Philadelphia's City Solicitor Sozi Tulante Announces Resignation"Whenever you resign from this position, people think you want to be something else," he said. "I have no political aspirations."
Philadelphians Could Be Paying More For Cabs, Shared Rides: 'It Is About Public Safety'The proposal would need state legislature approval.
Police Searching For 3 Suspects In Armed Robbery At Pizza ShopPolice are searching for three suspects wanted for armed robbery in Spring Garden.
Voracek's 2 Late Goals Rally Flyers Past Canadiens In OTJakub Voracek scored the tying goal with 1:25 left in regulation and then got the game-winner 1:26 into overtime to lift the Philadelphia Flyers to a 3-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday night.
Seeking Change: Rule Keeps Student Off The Court For Not Removing HijabIt happened Friday after a basketball referee refused to let a 16-year-old Mastery Shoemaker student play, unless she took off her hijab.
Saint Joseph's Women Look To Keep Rolling Against George WashingtonThe Hawks are 14-12 overall this season and 9-5 in the Atlantic 10.
Report: Doug Pederson Promotes Mike Groh To OC, Not Duce StaleyDuce Staley will reportedly remain with the team as the running backs coach.
Orthopedic Surgeon: Carson Wentz's Injury Is 'Worrisome'Carson Wentz says his goal is to be ready for Week 1, but Dr. John Kelly isn't so optimistic.
Flyers Lose Simmonds, Neuvirth For Extended Period Of TimeForward Oskar Lindblom was recalled and could make his NHL debut on Tuesday.
BalletX Teaches Philadelphia Students New Skills, Life Lessons Through DanceVittoria Woodill reports.
Visitors Walk Across Glass Bridge In ChinaUkee Washington reports.
Lucky Charms Adds Unicorn Marshmallow, Retires HourglassJessica Dean reports.
Albertsons Is Buying The Rest Of Rite AidThat is a total of 4,900 locations.
Suspects Wanted In Robbery At City Wireless StoreThe suspects reportedly stole $300.
Police Searching For 3 Suspects In Armed Robbery At Pizza ShopThe incident happened at Spring Garden.
Best Ways To Support Philadelphia's Local Art SceneRead this list if you're looking to support Philadelphia's local art scene.
KFC Is Running Out Of ChickenKFC said it is too early to say how long it would take to restore normal service.
Getaway Guide To Winter Wind-DownGet ready for a whip-saw week of getaway action.
Celebrating National Cafe Au Lait Day In Center CitySaturday marked National Cafe Au Lait Day, or as it is better known as, National Latte Day.
Movie Review: 'Black Panther'The acting in this PG-13-rated origin story is first-rate, the action exciting, the dialogue thoughtful, and the drama intense: there’s little if anything to complain about.
Dream Drives: Muscle Cars At LRA Auto MuseumJust a few minutes off I-95 is a museum of muscle cars: The LRA Auto Museum.
Tuesday 2-20 9 P.M. UpdateKate Bilo has your latest forecast.
Tuesday 2-20 7 P.M. UpdateKate has your Tuesday night forecast.
11-Year-Old Boy Scout Shows Up For Jury DutyJoe Holden reports.
Operation Yellow Ribbon In South Jersey Preps Care Packages For Servicemen OverseasGreg Argos reports.
Tuesday 2/20 1 P.M. Weather Update: Taste Of MayKatie Fehlinger reports.
Tuesday 2/20 11 a.m. UpdateRahel Solomon has the latest from #CBS3.