A Philadelphia non-profit that helps those in need adopted four families to help this Christmas. But they have nearly two dozen additional families on a waiting list.
Dozens took over the area’s largest mall Saturday to voice their outrage on one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year.
Dozens of people participated in a 5K run on Saturday to bring attention to 21-year-old West Chester University student Shane Montgomery.
The $15-million gift will help set up a permanent endowment dedicated to the engineering school.
There have been a lot of changes in Camden’s police department but the Hispanic Officer Society is carrying on a tradition it started 15 years ago: delivering Christmas dinner to needy Camden families.
One woman we spoke with today at Reading Terminal Market admitted it’s hours and hours of preparation, cooking, serving, and cleanup.
Cathedral Kitchen helps low-income people who are at risk due to a lack of marketable job skills.
Airman First Class Schen Gordon, 21, ran and embraced her sister, Shai, as staff and the entire senior class at the Charter High School for Architecure and Design cheered wildly.
State senator-elect Art Haywood says his first action after he is sworn in to the Pennsylvania Senate on January 6th will be to introduce a bill that requires the state attorney general to appoint a special prosecutor whenever a suspect is killed by police.
Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter says the Brown and Garner deaths, each at the hands of white police officers, have created a volatile situation in our nation.
KYW’s Steve Tawa spoke with maestro Bramwell Tovey as he played a portion of his own composition for Philadelphia, “The Rittenhouse Carol.”
The private social network known as “Nextdoor” will become a communications vehicle for the city of Philadelphia.
“He’s kind of a center of unity for the whole world, whether you’re Christian or not,” Archbishop Chaput told KYW Newsradio, “so this development has been a great blessing for the world community.”
Philadelphia FOP president John McNesby called protesters who criticize Philadelphia police “hatemongers.”
Diane DeBarri is now CEO of the Kintock Group, a nonprofit organization that runs halfway houses and other services.
After forty-two years on Independence Mall, KYW Newsradio moves to new studios and newsroom at the CBS Broadcast Center, 16th and Spring Garden Streets!