Bandita Sharma-Dahal, an immigration attorney, says her heart is breaking for her home country but is relieved to know her own family is safe.
“It was my daughter’s idea to come up with a food drive,” recalls Nicole Wiley.
By Andrew Kramer PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Who doesn’t love a good bar crawl this time of year? Especially when great drink specials are offered and you’re helping some wonderful causes. On Saturday, May 9th dozens […]
Philadelphia’s 35th Police District rolled out the red carpet Saturday night for neighborhood kids and parents. The movie of choice: ‘Big Hero 6.’
The new show, running at the National Museum of American Jewish History, highlights the decades-long career of celebrity and fashion photographer Richard Avedon.
Philadelphia’s pothole epidemic dominated discussion at a City Council hearing this past week.
The green space at the corner of Allegheny and Germantown Avenues will serve as a community gathering place, and also a place to remember Keisha Williams and her kids Keiearra, Joseph and Terrance.
A replica of the Shroud of Turin, believed by some Christians to be the burial cloth of Jesus Christ is now on public exhibition at the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in Philadelphia.
A South Philadelphia non-profit that brings art to underserved communities is gearing up for its 30-day Celebration of Black Writing Festival and the event kicks off in less than a week.
“Some individuals actually come to court under the influence of alcohol, and some of them drive to court that way,” Montgomery County sheriff Russell Bono tells KYW Newsradio.
The ticket, which was from the April 23rd drawing, matched all six winning numbers, 02-03-24-38-39-45.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says it has pumped nearly $7 billion into New Jersey more than two years after Superstorm Sandy struck.
When Rochelle Williams and Florine Barker think of this corner of Germantown and Allegheny Avenue, the first thing that comes to mind is tragedy.
The conference seeks to empower Latino students through institutional support and alternative ideas for bankrolling a college education.
The town lost thousands of jobs when four casinos closed last year. As for the remaining eight, they’re looking for people.
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!