A Philadelphia judge orders the couple to remain in custody as they await a preliminary hearing next month.
A driver has been arrested and is facing several charges in connection with a hit and run crash that fatally injured one teen and left another teen with a broken elbow.
A lot of the stuffed toy prizes and games along the boardwalk correspond with popular movies or TV shows to entice people to play.
One year ago, Atlantic City’s recovery hopes were pinned on a new, $2-billion resort on the north end of the boardwalk. Today, Revel has emerged from bankruptcy.
A local transplant doctor is trying to raise awareness to the need for suitable lungs to save patient’s lives.
If you’re headed down the shore this summer, come hungry, as there many new places to dine.
Many prominent Americans — from members of the Continental Congress to, on occasion, George Washington — have walked through the doors to worship there.
There’s no better way to test your attention span and IQ than with brain teasers but The Great Brain Experiment is much more than just that.
The Double Eagle Hotel and Casino in Colorado had a policy forbidding employees from discussing their salaries and bonuses with each other – but that policy is a violation of the law.
We are a nation on the run, but unfortunately not a nation that runs or even walks much. We are on the run in our cars to a large extent and we don’t often exercise or eat right.
Labor Leaders Unveil Petition Calling On Mayor Nutter To Return Award Bearing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Name
A few Philadelphia labor leaders unveiled a petition, Thursday evening, calling on Mayor Michael Nutter to give back an award bearing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s name.
CBS 3 has learned that President Obama will visit the Jersey Shore on Tuesday with Governor Chris Christie to view recovery from Hurricane Sandy.
A local man who pressed the Cradle of Liberty Boy Scouts Council in Philadelphia in recent years to reject national BSA policy barring gays in the organization says the national stance still may generate discontent.
About two dozen protesters raised signs and repeated chants this afternoon, calling for the release of Adam Kokesh and NA Poe, who were arrested at a marijuana protest near the Liberty Bell.
The Philadelphia Orchestra is going to China next week and some members of the participated in a sendoff ceremony.
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.