State Attorney General: Man Had Record-setting Amount Of FentanylA man who New Jersey authorities say had a record-setting amount of the highly addictive painkiller fentanyl has been indicted on drug possession charges.
Elon Musk Backs Call For Global Ban On Killer RobotsThe world's leading artificial intelligence experts are sounding the alarm on killer robots.
Police Call About Sex Act In Jeep Leads To ID Theft BustsPolice say a call reporting two people engaged in a sex act in a vehicle outside a Pennsylvania Wal-Mart led them to jail the New York couple on identity theft charges.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Issues Eclipse Glasses WarningPennsylvania's top prosecutor wants to make sure people don't get burned by glassed they've bought to view Monday's solar eclipse.
Local Eye Surgeon Travels To The Path Of Totality For Solar EclipseA local eye doctor and astronomy buff is on a long-planned trip down south to get a glimpse of the total solar eclipse.
Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy Restructuring Church Operations In Philly Metropolitan Archbishop Stefan Soroka, who leads the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy - or diocese - says it became clear in the last several months that the church has too many buildings and needs to better manage its resources.
Guide To "Old Time" Chinese EatsThe Chinese restaurant scene has evolved into "Fusion" and highly reviewed eateries that offer heat infused dishes from exotic provinces.
Weekend Box Report: 'The Hitman’s Bodyguard' Grabs Top SpotThe action comedy with Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson finished first by earning an estimated $22 million on its weekend debut.
Rizzo Statue Rally Postponed Due To Agreement With Mayor's OfficeSources inside of city hall say the city sought to have the rally cancelled in fears that the rally would grow to be violent.
Fatal ATV Crash Leaves 2 Dead In ChesterAuthorities say the crash took place just before 8 p.m. Sunday near the intersection of 10th and Lamokin Streets.
The Sprint To Complete Student Athlete PhysicalsIt's back to school time. And that means doctors' offices are crowded with student-athletes.
Philly Pre-K Gains In PopularityTwo-thousand pre-K seats funded by Philadelphia's sweetened beverage tax are nearly full.