Wednesday's Child: MattMatt is a 15-year-old who loves video games.
One Of Last Two Tuskegee Airmen Honored For His ServiceMelvin Frisby is a man of few words at the microphone, but sit him down to talk about flying and he goes the distance.
Art Sanctuary Honors 4 Black Leaders, Including CBS 3's Ukee WashingtonThis is part of this month's Celebration of Black Arts Festival.
Dream Drives: Mt. Cuba CenterClosed to the general public for decades, the gardens of Mt. Cuba Center in Hockessin, Delaware, hold a secret.
Parents Get Dose Of Reality During Drug Forum In South Jersey"It's a live exhibit of a teen bedroom and parents walk through the entire bedroom," organizers explain.
Nation's Oldest Juvenile Lifer Refuses Parole, Will Appeal New SentenceA Philadelphia judge re-sentenced a man believed to be the nation's oldest juvenile lifer on Wednesday. The 80-year-old has spent six decades in prison for a murder he committed at age 15.
New South Philly Festival Will Score Big With Baseball And Booze LoversCitizens Bank Park plays host to the first ever All-Star Craft Beer and Wine Festival May 20th.
Brotherly Love: Teaching Girls The Queen's CodeA woman raised in North Philadelphia is going back to her old neighborhood once a week. We found her giving brotherly love and sisterly affection to young girls, and she has drafted college students to help.
Philadelphia's Radiant Chinese Lantern Festival Is BackThe festival opens to the public Tuesday.
Immigration Advocates: Raid On Chester County Farm Driving Immigrant Community UndergroundThe immigrant community is on high alert after Immigration officials targeted a Chester County mushroom farm, arresting several undocumented workers.
Revealing Modest Fashion In Advance Of Upcoming ShowModesty -- and fashion -- they don't always go hand in hand, but some local Muslim designers are hoping to change that.
Camden Youth Go Without Technology For The NightSleepless Sleepover shows children and teenagers you don't need cell phones and social media to connect.