Philadelphia police are searching for two gunmen they believe are responsible for a triple shooting in Kensington that left one teenager dead.
Four people were hospitalized after a suspected carbon monoxide leak in Northeast Philadelphia early Monday morning.
Police made a gruesome discovery early Sunday morning inside a home in Oxford Circle. A Philadelphia man is in police custody after his brother’s body was found beaten and wrapped up in the basement.
AAA was projecting a decrease of about 1.5% in holiday travelers this Thanksgiving weekend, and that projection seemed to be right on at 30th Street Station on Sunday night, where travelers were enjoying a pretty easy ride home.
You’ve heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but how about skipping those big box retailers and shopping Small Business Saturday?
Mall leaders said the early offers were created to accommodate increased consumer demand and busy holiday schedules.
Members of a South Jersey congregation could have plenty of reasons not to be thankful. But this Thanksgiving, they are rebuilding with gratitude.
Many Black Friday shoppers got started Thanksgiving night, as some stores opened earlier than ever before.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving refers to this night as “Blackout Wednesday” noting this day marks the beginning of a spike in binge drinking and drunk driving during the holidays.
Cellphone protection plans may sound hassle free, but is that really true?
With smoke and flames billowing from the truck there was no time to waste, and even less time for Cape May patrolman Scott Krissinger to second guess himself.
Twenty-five-year-old Blake Bills of Macungie was sentenced Wednesday in Philadelphia to three to 10 years in prison for theft, fleeing a police officer and related charges.
The fire was reported shortly before 8 p.m. in the 1400 block of Clifton Avenue.
CBS 3 has learned that Philadelphia Police are trying to determine if a vicious attack on an Old City street Tuesday night may be linked to the so-called “Knockout Game” in which criminals try to punch a random victim so hard they lose consciousness.
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Lot of police departments use social media. Few, if any, use it like Upper Darby Police.