City Investigating After Sanitation Worker Caught On Camera Appearing To Steal Someone's PackageA woman posted surveillance video to Facebook Thursday night after her neighbor asked about a package he was expecting.
Delaware Valley Dealing With Third Snowfall In A WeekThe snow is getting some folks in the holiday spirit, and for others, not so much.
Snow Leads To Several Accidents In Delaware ValleyThe snow is causing several accidents in the Delaware Valley on Friday afternoon.
Gov. Wolf Signs Legislation Reauthorizing Pennsylvania's Children's Health Insurance ProgramThe governor traveled to Philadelphia and Children's Hospital to sign the CHIP reauthorization legislation and call on parents to contact their representatives in Washington.
Official: People Can Suffer From Seasonal Affective Disorder During HolidaysThe season can be a constant reminder of what's missing from their lives.
School Reform Commission To Shut Down Troubled Philadelphia Charter, Begins Process To Close 2 OthersThe Khepera Charter School in North Philadelphia has been on precarious academic grounds, and ended last school year early because of financial trouble.
App Lets Students 'Snooze' On Snow MorningsThe App is free BUT only includes school districts in Pittsburgh and Boston for now.
Al Sharpton Calls On Judge To Be Removed In Meek Mill CaseSharpton visited Mill last month in prison.
Search For Missing 75-Year-Old Upper Darby Man Suffering From DementiaPolice are searching for a missing 75-year-old Upper Darby man with dementia.
Auctions For Pa Mini-Casino Licenses Set; Dozens of Local Municipalities Opt OutPennsylvania gambling regulators will hold an auction Jan. 10 for the state's existing casino owners to bid on the first of 10 licenses to operate a miniature casino somewhere else in the state.
Senator Casey Pushes To Have Funding For CHIP RestoredPennsylvania Democratic Senator Bob Casey is urging Congress to refund the Children's Health Insurance Program.
Report: Pennsylvania Residents Can Legally Purchase, Use Aerial Fireworks In-StateNow, residents can go beyond their sparklers and launch aerial fireworks on their property.