Veterans from the welcoming committee of the Navy League watched as the USS Somerset turned 180 degrees to pull into its berth on the Delaware River.
A city of Wilmington 911 operator was arrested after it was revealed she tipped off a suspect that police had been called.
The Pennsylvania House has sent the Senate a bill that would prevent municipalities from punishing crime victims or people in need of emergency services who are involved in multiple calls for assistance.
Chris details an editorial written in the New York Times by Vladimir Putin, Councilman Jim Kenney’s request to sever ties with a Russian City, and some unfortunate tributes to 9/11 promoted by corporate America. He also talks to CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson about her ongoing coverage of the Benghazi attacks and Fast and Furious.
In Lower Makefield Township, the sights and sounds of remembrance echoed through the Garden of Reflection.
It has been more than a decade since the terrorist attacks but, for many people, there are still physical and psychological scars.
Pennsylvania’s various 9-1-1 systems are in need of renewal and there’s a lot more to it than just finding the money for upgrades.
Lancaster police say the 33-year-old woman called 911 around 8:45 a.m. Tuesday and said she had been abducted in the city of Lancaster.
The new 1 World Trade Center reached that height with the lowering of a silvery spire from a crane on Friday, officially taking its place as a signature of the city’s skyline and, with some argument, the nation’s tallest tower.
Two New Jersey men who admitted operating a bogus 9/11 charity have been indicted on conspiracy and theft by deception charges.
Police say a Philadelphia-area woman fatally shot her husband by accident while he was giving her a gun lesson after they had been drinking.
Police have cited a 42-year-old Pennsylvania woman for disorderly conduct after she called 911 requesting a divorce and police assistance to make her husband leave.
Construction debris from the World Trade Center site will be sifted for any human remains from the 9/11 terrorist attacks starting Monday.
You might not hear the difference on the phone, but 9-1-1 in Camden County has gotten a major upgrade.
Mobile devices can be your best protection sometimes. The checkon.me app is an easy way to let people know when there’s potential trouble.