Britt Benner found more than just snow when she went outside her Narberth home to shovel a couple weeks ago.
For the second time in as many days, a thief has targeted a convent in Philadelphia.
Authorities say that on July 13th at about 11:07 a.m., an unknown male approached the victim after she parked her car on the 500 block of Ruscomb Street.
Police have not yet disclosed how much was taken in the Saturday night gunpoint robbery of Hymie’s Deli in the 300 block of Montgomery Avenue.
Philadelphia police have released chilling surveillance video of a home invasion and robbery that took place last week in the city’s Oxford Circle neighborhood.
As 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan finds, one form of payment could save you money, and in many cases, all you have to do is ask.
Drivers out on the road in New Jersey may mistake some gas station signs as mirages. Gas prices are dropping under three dollars a gallon for regular unleaded gasoline if you are paying cash.
A local non-profit group is giving away Turkey dinners to families in need on Monday morning.
Police in Philadelphia say they found $500,000 in a secret compartment of a car pulled over for running a red light.
Are you heading out of town on a trip sometime this summer? Chances are you’ve already made your reservations, are thinking about what to pack, and are looking forward to some rest and relaxation. But have you given any thought to your spending money?
Two southern New Jersey residents who robbed a bank last year to pay for their wedding trip to Las Vegas are now headed to state prison.
Police in northeastern Pennsylvania say they recovered more than 50 bags of heroin, cash and loose change from a woman following a cavity search.
So what would you do if you found nearly $1,500 in cash in an envelope lying on the ground? A homeless man in Chester County encountered that exact scenario and turned the money into police.
State police say a New Castle woman is wanted for her role in 11 burglaries between Dec. 25 and Jan. 5.
Customs officials at Philadelphia International Airport say they have seized more than $43,000 in cash that had been sewn into the lining of a suitcase.
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