Exclusive: How Revel Owner Would Turn Vacant Casino Into World's Most Luxurious Refugee CampThe multibillion dollar shuttered Atlantic City Revel casino sits dark and unused, but owner Glenn Straub wants to turn it into the world's most luxurious refugee camp.
Prosecution of Teen Allegedly Caught in Philly Cop's Genital Squeeze Called UnfairThe mother of straight-A student Darrin Manning says her son was roughed up by police during a streetcorner patdown.
Surveillance Video Released in March 13th Credit Union Robbery in NE Philadelphia
Philadelphia Police Seek Public Help Identifying Convenience Store RobbersAfter an undetermined amount of cash was handed over, the suspects took off, running east on Whitby Avenue.
West Philadelphia Residents To Host Peace WalkThe walk Sunday afternoon is to underscore their disgust with neighborhood crime, homicides, and shootings in the city.
Rowers Take To The River In Day Two Of The Dad VailsAthletes are preparing to show off their talents along the Schuylkill, for the annual regatta, which attracts colleges from across the country.
Students at an Ambler Middle School Reach Finals In Contest To Design Wacky MachineryStudents at a Montgomery County middle school have placed in the Top 10 of this year's "National Online Rube Goldberg Machine Contest," thanks to four industrious eighth-grade boys and one supportive teacher-advisor.
Bucks County Man Killed In Motorcycle Accident In KensingtonA Kensington motorcycle accident claims one life.
Family And Friends Say Goodbye To WhitneyClapping hands and swaying to gospel hymns in the church where Whitney Houston's powerful voice once wowed her congregation, the biggest names in entertainment sang along with the choir to remember the pop superstar at her hometown funeral Saturday.
Prominent Philadelphians Remember Whitney HoustonWhitney Houston was such an iconic figure to people around the world and right here in Philadelphia.
Mummers Strut Down Broad Street For The Annual ParadeThe annual New Year's Day Mummers Parade tradition kicked off early Sunday morning in South Philadelphia.