Ben Simmoneau

King Of Prussia Expansion

King Of Prussia Mall Announces Expansion Plans

It is already one of the biggest malls in the country, but now the King of Prussia Mall in Montgomery County is about to get even bigger, something that could have ramifications for the retail sector around the country.


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Phantom Parking Tickets In Philadelphia Haunt Drivers

Have you ever received a late notice for a parking ticket you didn’t know you got? You’re not alone.


Job Search

Facebook To Launch Social Media Resource For The Unemployed

The number of newly unemployed dropped again last week to 403,000 people, providing cautious optimism that the economy might be improving slightly.


Social Security

Social Security Fraud: Easier Than You Might Think?

Anna Rotondo has never met Linda Ann Weston. She’s never been in the basement of horrors, where police allege Weston was keeping four mentally-challenged adults as she stole their Social Security disability checks.



VP Biden Pushes Jobs Bill In Wake Of Massive Municipal Layoffs

Bill Roberts loved going to work. That might surprise some, since this 40-year-old worked as a police officer on the streets of Camden.


Stigall Show Log 10.13.11

Chris talks to comedian Rich Little, and to CBS 3’s Ben Simmoneau about ‘Occupy Philly’, also analyzes the Harrisburg bankruptsy with Eric Veronikis, fights off ‘Occupy’ sympathizers, and wishes he was a Mummer.


Occupy Philadelphia

Week-Old ‘Occupy Philadelphia’ Movement Facing New Challenges

Occupy Philadelphia is now a week in, but a number of hurdles are looming for the protestors.


West Goshen Luring

Suspect Sought In Connection To West Chester Child Luring Attempts, Exposure

Police in the West Chester area very much want to find the owner of a small to medium-sized blue vehicle (pictured) that they believe is connected to the attempted luring of children on two separate occasions.



Neighbors Express Concerns Over Pricey Garden State Parkway Bridge Project

The New Jersey Turnpike Authority is worried enough about terrorism on and around the bridge that it is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to build a fence lining the highway there that a spokesman says will improve security.


Erica Leigh Gabor

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repealed: A Marine’s Story

After September 11, 2001, Erica Leigh Gabor felt the calling of the United States Marine Corps. So she enlisted and found her passion.


Dr. Arlene Ackerman

Power Struggle Underway Over Ackerman’s Future With Philadelphia School District

With school starting in less than three weeks, a power struggle is fully underway at Philadelphia School District headquarters over the future of Superintendent Arlene Ackerman.


Flash Mob Simmoneau

Group Of Teens Randomly Attack Man On Kelly Drive

On the same weekend that two men were beaten by violent mobs of teenagers in Center City spurring a police crackdown, another man now says he was randomly attacked on Kelly Drive.



Exclusive: Doctor Helps Rescue Child Who Nearly Drowned In Main Line Creek

Since last Monday evening, Melissa Schweiter says she knew her 12-year-old son Logan had a guardian angel here on earth. She even knew his name: Dr. Michael Beers.


Police Search For Suspect In Bucks County Hit-Run, Victim Stable

Police in Upper Southampton Township, Bucks County are now looking for a late model gold or tan Chevy Impala in connection with a hit and run accident from Monday night.



SEPTA’s TransitView Shows Status Of Public Transit In Real Time

For the first time this summer, SEPTA is posting the locations of its 1,600 buses and trolleys in real time on its website as part of an effort to provide more information to passengers and make commuting easier.