A Philadelphia police officer was shot in North Philadelphia.
All across South Jersey from Cherry Hill to Washington Township many were out making last minute preparations.
By Jim Donovan PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — They know when you’ve opened it, and where you were when you did. Who may be tracking your email? 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us […]
Given rare access, CBS 3’s Walt Hunter got a behind-the-scenes look at the Cyber Crime Squad inside Philadelphia FBI Headquarters.
The snow will fall steadily during the early morning hours as the front sinks south dragging the precipitation bands with it.
Turning tragedy and loss into hopeful giving. That’s what’s behind an upcoming blood drive in honor of two teenagers whose lives were cut short.
Young scientists gathered to showcase their inventions at a Science Olympiad at Neumann University.
Two cars, including a Corvette, were destroyed during a fire that damaged a home in Montgomery County Wednesday morning.
Years ago, a Strawberry Mansion woman told her grown son that he and other men needed to do something to improve the community. He decided she was right. He started spreading brotherly love in a place dear to his heart.
The Camden County Police Department is receiving kudos from President Barack Obama. The department is mentioned in a national report released this week about community policing.
Law enforcement officials now tell CBS 3 Eyewitness News they’ve received more than a dozen reported cases of child luring and predatory behavior.
What types of companies aggravate you the most? The Better Business Bureau is out with its list of industries that get the most customer complaints. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has the details.
The 12-inch main broke Monday along the 6600 block of Chew Avenue.
Four family members, including newlyweds, all of them dead. They all drowned while vacationing in the Dominican Republic with about a dozen family members.
It used to be that getting into a good college or university depended on how high you scored on a standardized test. But with an average graduation rate of about 59-percent at four year schools, administrators are starting to rethink the selection process. As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, many schools now want to know a whole lot more about applicants before asking them to attend.