Fashion House Selling Luxury Plastic Bag For Hundreds Of DollarsA fashion house is selling a clear plastic shopping bag for a very hefty price tag.
Student Pushing Back After Being Benched For Wearing HijabA Mastery Charter Schools sophomore is pushing back after she says a referee forced her to choose between her hijab and her sport during a Philadelphia Public League quarterfinals game on Feb. 16.
Art Festival Highlights Sensational Works Of Philly Artists During Black History MonthFor a few years, the Cathedral Village Retirement Center in Philadelphia has been commemorating Black History Month with its Black Art Festival.
New Advances At CHOP Helping Teens With ScoliosisNew advances are helping teenagers with a curvature of the spine-- an often hidden condition called scoliosis.
CDC: Worst Of Flu Season Appears To Be OverFederal health officials say the worst of this flu season appears to be over.
Montgomery County Offers Previews Of New Voting MachinesMontgomery County is planning to replace voting booths this year, and an event will give residents a chance to kick the tires of the potential replacements.
Washington Township Students Create Device To Hinder School ShootersEngineering students at Washington Township High School have developed an inexpensive device that could save lives if a shooter was in their building.
Police Investigating Multiple Incidents Of Indent Exposure In DelawarePolice in Delaware are investigating multiple cases of indecent exposure.
Report: Sixers' Fultz Received $10,000 From Sports Agent Prior To Attending University Of WashingtonFor Philadelphia 76ers guard Markelle Fultz, an already challenging road back to playing has provided another unusual turn after a recent report.
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Praises Officers Paying It ForwardPhiladelphia's top cop was honored Friday at a luncheon celebrating Black History Month.
Overbrook High School Opens Renovated Digital Media LabA new digital production lab at a Philadelphia high school is helping students build a foundation for the future.
Philadelphia DA Adopts New Guidelines For Juvenile-Lifer CasesThe new Philadelphia District Attorney is creating more light at the end of the tunnel in juvenile-lifer cases.