Dr. Walter Hofman, the coroner, says Joanne Miller was 22 or 23 weeks pregnant when she was killed by a gunshot to the head inside her home in the 3000 block of Stony Creek Road, in East Norriton.
Councilman James Kenney notes that there were 4,200 arrests last year in Philadelphia involving people with small amounts of pot.
Over the last six months the partnership for a drug free New Jersey has been installing permanent drop off boxes for prescription drugs.
Winter may finally be on its way out, but it sure has left its mark.
“We’re carrying about 340 million trips, which is about 14 percent higher over the last seven years,” says Septa GM Joe Casey.
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
The Camden County Freeholder Board says it is deploying a pothole-filling machine on the streets this week.
County commissioner Leslie Richards says nearly 6,000 vehicles use the bridge each day. She says detour signs have been posted.
The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from the Easton Area School District that wanted to prevent students from wearing “I (heart) Boobies!” bracelets to promote breast cancer awareness among young people.
Chris Stigall spoke with Pennsylvania’s Lieutenant Governor Jim Cawley Monday on Talk Radio 1210 about the upcoming push to privatize sales of alcohol in the commonwealth.
Cherry Hill Police are investigating after they say a parking dispute turned violent Saturday afternoon.
The year’s tenth box office weekend went pretty much as expected with the two new attractions vying for first place.
Mayor Nutter Renews His Calls To State Lawmakers To Let The City Tax Cigarettes For Cash-Strapped Schools
The 2014 edition of the Philadelphia school district budget crisis will soon get underway and Mayor Nutter is renewing his call for Harrisburg to let the city tax cigarettes.
The problem has cropped up from the beginning of sign up.
Curator Josh Perelman says “Chasing Dreams” presents 130 artifacts, dating from the mid-19th century to today.
Animals at the Philadelphia Zoo have their own ways of dealing with the heat. But taking a dip in the pool is still the most popular way for both humans and our four-legged friends.