Main Line School Puts On Performance To Honor Fallen AlumA Main Line school for children with learning disabilities stages a performance with a purpose on Friday night.
Philadelphia Youth Network Receives $100,000 GrantThe grant is part of a Wells Fargo's LIFT program which helps eligible homeowners with down payments.
FBI Holds Award Ceremony For Philly PoliceThe FBI held an award ceremony on Thursday to recognize police officers from Philadelphia and surrounding communities for their assistance in apprehending violent criminals.
City Council Passes Major Legislation In End-Of-Year SessionRelief for car owners who fear rogue towing operations: Philadelphia city council passed a bill on Thursday making it harder to tow without cause.
FOP Thief Faces Second Set Of Charges31-year-old Seth Kaplan is charged with stealing $1500 from the Fraternal Order of Police.
Philadelphia Welcomes British DiplomatMayor Kenney and the city of Philadelphia rolled out the red carpet for a British diplomat at the Ritz-Carlton.
Drive-By Shooter Opens Fire In Busy West Philly Intersection; 1 InjuredA man is injured after shots ring out out near a busy intersection of West Philadelphia on Thursday morning.
EXCLUSIVE: Heroic Officers Recount Life-Saving Rescue In Frankford BlazeTwo Philadelphia police officers who caught two children thrown from a burning apartment building in Frankford shared their story exclusively with Eyewitness News reporter Trang Do.
Expert: 2013 Philadelphia Building Collapse Was PreventableA structural engineer renowned for his investigation into the collapse of the World Trade Center towers on 9/11 says a fatal 2013 building collapse in Philadelphia was "an entirely preventable accident."
Philadelphia Makes List Of Top Places To Travel In 2017And it's no surprise (to us, at least) the City of Brotherly Love made the cut.
Sharing The Road: More Cyclists Hit Philly Streets In 2016, Less CrashesWith more people opting to pedal their way through and around the city, traffic has become more congested, and sometimes confusing.
Green Party Lawyers Push For Audit Of Philadelphia Voting MachinesGreen Party backed lawyers, who are gambling on an emergency hearing on Friday before a federal court judge on their effort for a statewide recount in Pennsylvania, played out their hand at the local level, before a Common Pleas Court Judge.

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