The SPCA teamed up with Uber Thursday to bring puppies to workplaces.
The Chester County District Attorney’s office has determined the shooting of a man in the lobby of the Justice Center on Tuesday was justified.
The newest arrival at the Philadelphia Zoo is getting used to her surroundings.
Dom discussed the latest on the shooting in Virginia of two employees at WDBJ, controversial cover photos of the New York Daily News,a tardy teacher in New Jersey keeping his job, Dom cheer leading for the Pope visit, Donald Trump’s polling data, world’s richest losing billions on “black Monday.”
It was May of 1983 and a KYW reporter was on his way to Houston for an interview with a unique Philadelphian.
Law enforcement on both sides of the River conducted the drills in the shadow of Philadelphia International Airport,
A new Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows 54% think lawmakers are more responsible for the lack of a budget, while only 29% blame the governor.
Poll: Pa Voters Evenly Split On Whether AG Kane Should Stay In Office While Battling Criminal Charges
The latest Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows 46% of Pennsylvania voters think Attorney General Kathleen Kane should resign, while almost as many, 43%, say she should continue to serve.
The choir, which is made up of about 40 seminarians, is planning on singing at least two songs to Pope Francis when he arrives at Saint Charles, the place where he’ll be staying while he’s in town.
Dr. Catherine Soprano, a pediatrician at Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children, says at times there is need for such a medication if the child has significant pain from illness, surgery or trauma.
Thursday will be a great day to do most anything; the same goes for Friday a virtual carbon copy.
It’s move-in day at Barnard as nervous freshman Tracy embarks on her academic journey, hoping that she can get into the university’s literary society.
One Katrina survivor came to Philadelphia following the storm and made his life here. Another returned home, but says his Philly connections saved his life.
License plate readers, or LPRs, can be installed along highways or mounted on patrol cars. They use high-speed cameras to help police find that needle in the haystack.
The journalists went back live on the air with their morning show on Thursday morning, less than 24 hours after watching two of their co-workers gunned down on live television.
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.