Occupy Philadelphia Protesters Sue Over ArrestsMore than two dozen Occupy Philadelphia protesters have filed suit against the city and police over their arrests when authorities broke up their encampment two years ago.
Southern New Jersey Man Convicted In Fatal AC Street FightA southern New Jersey man has been convicted on aggravated manslaughter charges stemming from a fatal street fight in Atlantic City.
NJ White Supremacists Sentenced For Hate CrimeTwo members of a white supremacist group will do prison time for their roles in a New Year's Eve attack on two men of Egyptian descent in central New Jersey.
Gov. Christie Again Named To Time Magazine's '100 Most Influential People'The magazine released its annual list Thursday. Christie also made the list in 2011.
Philadelphia Police Make Arrest In 2-Year-Old Hit And RunPolice have made an arrest in a two-year-old hit and run that happened in the city’s Port Richmond section.
Chester Man Sentenced To 19-38 Years In Jail For Near-Fatal ShootingBrian Randolph, of Chester, was found guilty of attempted murder and similar charges stemming from the near-fatal shooting of Hakeem Smith in Nov. 2011.
Gloucester County Clocks Largest Drop In Violent Crime In NJ For 2011, According To ReportViolent crime in one New Jersey county was down 14 percent in 2011, according to the New Jersey State Police Uniform Crime Report the previous year.
New Research Shows Pa. And NJ In Top 10 For Student Loan DebtPennsylvania came in at number two, with an average loan debt of $29,950. New Jersey also made the top ten, ranking tenth with $27,610.
Marcus Hook Man Arrested For Two 2011 Bank RobberiesDavid Federowicz, of Marcus Hook, has been charged with robbing the Sovereign Bank located at 1001 Market Street in Marcus Hook on two separate days.
A Look Back At The 2011 Phillies With Seth EverettIt was a wonderful 102-win regular season for the Phillies that came crashing down in the playoffs with that first-round loss to the Cardinals.
Salvation Army Of Eastern Pa. Says Donations At An All-Time LowThe Salvation Army of Eastern Pennsylvania is on the hunt for last minute donations. The non-profit says requests for emergency assistance have doubled at a time when donations are at an all time low.
The Year Ahead 2011 With Susan Miller