Is the logo of the Philadelphia Parking Authority a pass to park anywhere? Over just a few days, the CBS 3 I-Team found Philadelphia Parking Authority employees, driving authority vehicles, parking illegally all over the city.
During and after Hurricane Sandy, thousands of people turned to hotels for shelter. Yet the New Jersey Attorney General now says several of those hotels ripped off people in need. So, the CBS 3 I-Team went looking for answers.
In New Jersey, nearly half the buses fail their state inspections. And as alarming as that may sound, the CBS 3 I-Team found some bus operators have even higher failure rates.
Chris examines the sentence given to Jerry Sandusky and discusses the ruling with CBS 3’s Ben Simmoneau. He discusses the Obama campaign’s obsession with Big Bird and the details that were finally revealed regarding the consulate attack in Libya. He also talks to author Christopher Horner about his book, The Liberal War on Transparency and to Victor Fiorillo of the Philly Post.
Chris has a big show on such a rainy day as he talks with Stripper Melissa BangBang Forgione, CBS3’s Ben Simmoneau on his peice about Twitter is where the Strippers are hiding, John Stossel’s visit to Philadelphia tomorrow, and Philadelphia’s Inquirer’s Business Editor Andy Maykuth.
The wife of one of the property owners of the Kensington warehouse that burned Monday, killing two Philadelphia firefighters, says now is not the time to discuss the tragedy.
The CBS 3 I-Team has learned the owners of the abandoned warehouse at the center of a fire that killed two Philadelphia firefighters own dozens of other properties across the city and owe the city hundreds of thousands of dollars in back real estate taxes.
A multi-million dollar housing complex at Rowan University’s Glassboro campus, built less than 10 years ago, is now facing an expensive problem: mold.
It is easier than ever today to open up a moving company with the help of websites like Craigslist.
The CBS 3 I-Team went undercover, and beyond the glitzy lobby, beach views and swanky dining at the Chelsea Hotel in Atlantic City, we found what appeared to be mold in a number of rooms: guest rooms, utility rooms, and storage rooms where we saw cots and cribs.
A school administrator made nearly $300,000 in salary with five jobs last school year, paid with your tax dollars.
As hundreds of students across the Archdiocese protested his decision to close dozens of schools, Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput spent Monday morning in calm confines at a school that will not close: Bishop Shanahan High School in Downingtown.
Police have released a sketch of a man they believe raped a woman in Center City last week.
A sleepy country town better known for fly fishing than courtroom drama takes center stage Tuesday for a face-to-face encounter between a disgraced Penn State coach and the young men who say he sexually assaulted them as children in showers and campus locker rooms.
In a city like Philadelphia, parked cars sometimes must be moved for construction, or perhaps to make way for emergency repairs. In those cases, they are towed, and someone is supposed to keep track of where those cars are moved.