It’s a sweet deal for public school superintendents, and it’s all paid for by your taxes.
Police say a driver who was high on drugs hit and killed a beloved wife and mother.
An exclusive CBS 3 I-Team Investigation reveals that it took nearly 18 minutes for a Fire Department Medic Unit to arrive at 4th and Wolf Streets in South Philadelphia Friday night, while a Philadelphia Police officer, who suffered a serious spinal injury chasing a suspect lay waiting in the street.
An Exclusive CBS 3 I-Team Investigation now reveals police are trying to determine if a suspect, arrested for a February 1st rape in North Philadelphia, may be a serial killer who could be responsible for the murders of as many as three women in Florida.
The attorney who represents the family of 62-year-old Linda Cerritelli, killed in a massive gas explosion that injured seven others and damaged or destroyed 55 homes, is speaking out for the first time.
CBS 3 has learned a suspect charged with abducting, beating and repeatedly raping a woman on a North Philadelphia street is being investigated to determine if he is a serial killer.
Philadelphia Fire Union officials now say EPA air sample tests they have received from city officials indicate the presence of a number of chemicals inside the Engine Co. 66 firehouse, which was closed abruptly December 18, after firefighters reported fumes and one reported feeling ill.
Parents depend on school buses every day to get their children to school safely but the CBS3 I-Team is exposing the danger children face while getting on and off the bus every day.
Following an exclusive I-Team report, a judge ordered a new sentencing hearing, allowing Cynthia Onofrio, who was run down on her bicycle by a DUI driver, to testify against her attacker.
Riding her bike along Church Road October 30th, the victim was rammed so hard the impact shattered her bike, her helmet and, as this X-ray shows, her spine, now held with pins and bars after a two-week hospital stay.
A multi-million dollar federal cleanup operation is underway in south Jersey where U.S. Environmental Protection Agency workers try to stop the spread of what the EPA calls, ‘an immediate risk to the public health.’
Because of our investigation into daycare centers, action is now being taken to strengthen oversight at hundreds of these facilities.
Eyewitness News exposes phony service dogs that some say are putting people at risk.
Philadelphia Firefighters Union President Joe Schulle says pictures from several firehouses around the city show firefighters and medics are facing health risks from deteriorating conditions.
When one driver faced hundreds of dollars in fines, Investigative Reporter Charlotte Huffman went to work to get some answers.