News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | June 17Chris discussed city council passing a soda tax, coffee possibly causing cancer and the varying opinions regarding gun control from Sen. Pat Toomey and Sen. Ted Cruz. Chris spoke with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about the soda tax at 7:00 and actor & comedian Jonathan Kite regarding his success at 7:20. Chris also spoke with Michelle Minton, a fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, about Philadelphia's soda tax at 8:20.
Very Hot Drinks Are 'Probably Carcinogenic'Drinking very hot beverages was classified as "probably carcinogenic to humans."
Gov. Wolf To Have Outpatient Procedure As Part Of Prostate Cancer TreatmentPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf's press secretary released a statement regarding Wolf's prostate cancer treatment.
Local Concert Aims To Raise Funds To Fight CancerLocal musicians will raise their voices Sunday night at the Ardmore Music Hall.
Experimental Treatment Provides Hope To Strong-Willed Cancer PatientFinding hope and courage in the face of a devastating diagnosis-- is a message aimed at patients to ease suffering.
Brotherly Love: Breathing Room For Families With CancerA local foundation has spent two decades giving those families the help they need.
Researchers Come Up With Bra That Can Detect Breast CancerResearchers are very excited about wearable technology that they say can catch breast cancer in it's earliest stages.
Volunteers Cut Their Long Ponytails For Good CauseThe gym at a Philadelphia charter school was turned into a hair salon today.
NFL Star Devon Still Marries, Daughter Leah Steals The ShowLeah was diagnosed with stage-4 neuroblastoma, a rare cancer that is typically found in the adrenal glands. During her battle, Leah captured the hearts of millions.
Local Chemotherapy Patient Gets Golden Party To Celebrate MilestonePenn Medicine recently celebrated the milestone of a chemotherapy patient and we were there for all the festivities.
Boy Who Grew Out Hair For Cancer Patients Faces Stage 4 DiagnosisRounds of tests revealed the 7-year-old from Roseville, California, is facing stage 4 cancer.
Brotherly Love: Group Volunteers Support To Cancer PatientsA Philadelphia man is reaching out to cancer patients to give them some good cheer.