The accident was reported around 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Leon and Stanwood Streets in Holmesburg.
The graffiti was found on Wednesday inside a bathroom. By Thursday morning school officials were addressing the students in general assembly.
One of the terror suspects arrested for allegedly trying to join ISIS has ties to Philadelphia, and Dover, Delaware.
A Philadelphia University student a taken a page out of the comic books — and decided to make his own Batman suit.
Windslowe will return to the stand in the morning. She still faces cross examination by the prosecution.
Randolph’s winning burrito will now be among the breakfast options that will be served in all full service Philadelphia public schools.
Anyone with information should call Philadelphia Police at 215-546-TIPS.
‘Black Madam,’ Defendant In Buttocks Injection Trial, Makes Wardrobe Change After Court’s Suggestion
The murder trial of a Montgomery County woman accused of performing a deadly buttocks-enhancement procedure took a bizarre turn Thursday when the court suggested the defendant make a wardrobe change.
How can a flickering light lead to an $8,000 repair bill? 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan goes searching for answers.
In looking through some memorabilia she collected while on last season’s show, she told Eyewitness News she discovered The Amazing Race has super fans.
Firefighters battled a two-alarm blaze at a Bucks County business Wednesday night.
Looking for a new job? It can be time consuming and you probably don’t want your current boss to find out. But the latest recruiting tools claim to make it easier and keep it secret. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan explains how.
Bishop David O’Connell of the Trenton Catholic Diocese has been navigating a test of his faith. In December, doctors amputated his foot. Now, two months later, the Bishop is in rehab, learning how to walk again.
Montgomery County authorities announced the arrests of more than 30 people involved in what they say was an extensive drug trafficking operation that peddled cocaine, heroin and crystal meth on the streets of the Philadelphia region.
Elinor Trotta is happy to be home after a long ordeal. She was reunited with her mother, Dawn Barkus, last night.