Philadelphia Fire Officials Implement Changes To Medic UnitsThe City of Philadelphia receives so many 911 medical calls, that dispatchers run out of medic units to cover them.
It's "Just Plane Fun" At The Philadelphia International Airport The program includes beauty makeovers, costume photo booths, magicians, a scavenger hunt and if you'd rather just read, a virtual library.
Weekend Box Office Report: Transformers Crushes The Competition For The Second Straight Week
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Pass 'Revenge Porn' BillAs part of a flurry of last-minute activity, state lawmakers have sent Governor Corbett a bill that would outlaw so-called “revenge porn” in Pennsylvania.
After The Holiday, Unfinished Business Remains In HarrisburgPennsylvania begins the seventh day of the fiscal year without power to spend money as Governor Corbett continues to mull over whether to sign the budget sent to him by lawmakers last week.
A New Watering Hole Is Coming To Old City PhiladelphiaThe much-anticipated opening of Independence Beer Garden in Old City is set for this coming Thursday.
Upper Darby Man Charged With Rape Tied To Craigslist AdUpper Darby police have arrested a man on rape and human-trafficking charges, after he allegedly assaulted a woman who answered a job posting on Craigslist.
Pa. Lawmakers Battle Over Union Dues Collection
Pa. High Court Weighing Whether Government Liability Caps Are ValidThe question stems from a case in which a Bucks County, Pa. girl was run over by a school bus. She lost a leg and was awarded $14 million by a jury.
The Local Jewish Community Prepares For PassoverThe Jewish holiday of Passover begins next Monday evening, and many are preparing for the holiday.
Weekend Box Office Report: 300 Sequel Rises To the Top The year’s tenth box office weekend went pretty much as expected with the two new attractions vying for first place.
The National Museum Of American Jewish History's New Exhibit Focuses On America's PastimeCurator Josh Perelman says "Chasing Dreams" presents 130 artifacts, dating from the mid-19th century to today.