Women Against Abuse Kick Off Annual iPledge Campaign, Launch New InitiativesOn Thursday, Women Against Abuse kicked off its annual iPledge campaign, launching two new initiatives designed to create a more effective response to abuse.
Driver's License Photo Has NJ Cancer Patient Fighting 2 BattlesJoanne Jodry asked if she could use her previous picture on file so she won't have to have a constant reminder of her illness, but she was told no.
Philadelphia Offers Free Depression Screenings In Very Public PlacesYou may think LOVE Park is a funny place to get mental health advice, but the city expects to offer help to hundreds of people there today.
Local Entrepreneur Wins Big At Under 30 Summit Change The World CompetitionKiah Williams competed against five other social entrepreneurs at the Summit… and won.
Diversity In Philadelphia Highlighted At Special LuncheonOver 500 hospitality professionals gathered Wednesday for the 27th annual PHL Diversity Luncheon.
Philly Campaign Raises Awareness Of LGBT Youth HomelessnessThe Valley Youth House on Samson Street is kicking off a campaign to raise funds.
Token Of Remembrance: Plaque Honoring Fallen Philly Officer UnveiledThe Philadelphia Police Department dedicated a plaque Wednesday to honor Sergeant Robert Wilson III.
Ceremonial Farewell To Papal Weekend Surprise: The Knotted GrottoThe project was always intended to be temporary and its creators Wednesday held a ceremonial closing.
Local Organization That Cares For Displaced Animals Needs Your HelpThe Red Paw Emergency Relief Team could use your help. Their supply shelves are nearly empty.
New Twitter Feature Makes It Easier To Join The ConversationTwitter is rolling out the new feature -- called "Moments" -- that curates stories trending on the platform.
Back To Business At CCP Following Tuesday’s LockdownStudents and staff were just trying to get back in to their normal routines after Tuesday's lockdown forced the Community College of Philadelphia to close early.
Brotherly Love: Girls On The RunVolunteers across Philadelphia are helping girls ages 8 to 13 grow to be capable and confident. They're doing it through running. Eyewitness News anchor Ukee Washington met one of the dedicated volunteers.