People with MS and those caring for them are invited to a free conference on the ailment, Saturday in Center City. But you have to pre-reigster!
A happy April Fool’s Day reunion the Cruz family thought would never come.
A year-and-a-half after Superstorm Sandy, scars remain along the Delaware Bay.
Some police officers in New Jersey are now permitted to administer a drug that counteracts heroin overdoses.
“We’ve been calling on people to fast because now is the time,” said Lisa Sharon Harper (at lectern in photo), who works for the DC-based Sojourners.
The Philadelphia Gas Works is launching an effort to get homeowners to do home energy audits in exchange for rebates for improving the home’s energy efficiency.
County Council chairman Tom McGarrigle (in video at left) says child welfare officials there investigated more than 2,000 cases of abuse in 2012.
The red tulip is the international symbol for Parkinson’s, so the Rocky statue in front of the art museum was adorned in the flowers.
Officials say the Spanish-American War-era ship will remain docked at Penn’s Landing after efforts to find it a home elsewhere in the country fell through.
Why is it important to have a National Walkng Day? “Well, because there are a lot of couch potatoes around,” one woman said.
To recognize World Autism Awareness Day, a specialized school in Northeast Philadelphia today celebrated the life of one of its students who tragically lost his life at the hand of his father in a murder-suicide.
Mural Arts Executive Director Jane Golden says it’s a unique Philadelphia experience.
Last year’s overhaul of property values in Philadelphia has led to a backlog of appeals this year, and that, in turn, has prompted the city to scrap plans to make reassessments annual.
The District Attorney’s office in Philadelphia hosted an LGBT forum Tuesday night, where a few dozen community members got a chance to meet with law enforcement and express any safety concerns they may have.
They’re hoping to curb the rising number of drug overdoses in the area.
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!