For America’s big cities: the people who are supposed to have, need to have, and claim to have all the answers simply don’t have a clue.
Americans should want to celebrate the 4th of July and at least give some sign of wanting the celebrations that have been cut from municipalities’ budgets.
What’s summer without a soundtrack? Here are some classics to keep you groovin’ when the temperature rises.
The President’s visits often come with a hefty price tag for cities in both security costs and time misspent by police forces.
Three men arrested earlier this week when police raided a Chicago apartment were being held on terrorism conspiracy charges Saturday stemming from allegations that they tried to make Molotov cocktails ahead of the NATO summit. Six others were also arrested Wednesday, including a Philadelphian, but were released Friday without charges being filed.
The Philadelphia Police Department is sending 67 officers to assist with the NATO summit in Chicago.
Summer’s here, and the time is right for dancing in the seats. Check out this season’s hottest outdoor concert tours.
Jrue Holiday scored 26 points, Lou Williams added 20 and the Philadelphia 76ers beat Chicago 109-92 on Tuesday night to even their first-round series in the Bulls’ first game since Derrick Rose’s season-ending knee injury.
Derrick Rose scored 23 points before being helped off the court late in the game with an injured left knee, casting a major cloud over the Chicago Bulls’ 103-91 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers in Saturday’s playoff opener.
It’s been a rough start to the 2012 campaign for the Philadelphia Union as they sit at 0-2 after losses in Portland and at home to Colorado. They will look to get rid of that zero in the points column on Saturday night when they visit the Chicago Fire.
The Chicago area vote will determine tonight’s election, and experts will be looking at tonight’s outcome to try and figure out what happens in Pennsylvania five weeks from today.
The Sixers take on the East leading Bulls tonight at Wells Fargo Center.
November 11th, 1921, barely a year after commercial broadcasting began at KDKA in Pittsburgh, another station debuted.
They’re sold often in cute, coordinating nursery sets. But do crib bumpers pose a safety risk to babies? That question is being asked by more and more lawmakers across the country. Some experts say crib bumpers can suffocate babies if their heads get near the padded guards and they can’t move away. But as 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, some parents are still buying them, despite the risks.
There is growing speculation that Charles Ramsey, Philadelphia’s police commissioner, may take a similar job in Chicago.