Audit Allegedly Finds Faults With Pennsylvania's Child Abuse HotlineA new report reveals that the state simply cannot keep up with the volume of phone calls it received on it's Child Line Hotline.
Authorities Say NJ Recycling Company May Have Ties To Organized CrimeInvestigators say the owner of an abandoned recycling yard had ties to multiple mob families.
Residents Up In Arms Over Wrecked Roadway In Northern LibertiesIn the ever-growing city that is Philadelphia, it’s not hard to find areas under construction.
Justice Department Reviewing Chester Police OperationsChester Police Commissioner Darren Alston requested the federal examination of his department in the wake of years of incidents.
Atlantic City Rescue Plan Passed New Jersey LegislatureThe New Jersey legislature, as expected, has approved an amended plan.
Penn State Offers Freshman Lower Tuition To Start At Branch CampusMore students than expected accepted offers of admission to main campus for the fall.
Guests Go Bananas At Philadelphia Zoo Birthday PartyZoo visitors sang Happy Birthday to Louis the Western Lowland Gorilla. He's 17.
One Of South Jersey’s Oldest Roads Getting New LookA half-mile stretch of Haddon Avenue in Camden will soon be getting badly needed streetscape enhancements.
Soda Tax Debate Calls Attention To Health Issues In Local StoresA city councilwoman wants to give small store owners an incentive to stock healthy drinks.
Baseball, Civil Rights History Now On Display In PhiladelphiaTwo landmark contracts signed by Jackie Robinson can be seen at the National Constitution Center.
Students Taken To Hospital After Becoming Lightheaded On Field TripThey were taken to Capital Health in Trenton for treatment.
Cops: Man Stabbed, Shot In Broad Daylight In North PhillyIt happened just after 12:30 near the intersection of North Gratz and Jefferson Streets.