About 30 people were at the Kimmel Center Friday afternoon for an interactive lesson with the cast of ‘Stomp.’ The price of admission was only that you bring a canned good, as the special performance was part of the ‘Stomp Out Hunger’ campaign benefitting Philabundance.
Nearly 1,000 people people marched from City Hall to the Art Museum Sunday night as part of a demonstration.
Police in Bucks County are investigating reports of a video showing two children engaged in sexual activities.
A seemingly endless line of men and women in uniform spanned a massive section of Broad Street for hours on end, waiting to say goodbye to the city’s first fallen female firefighter, Joyce Craig. Some shedding tears, others offer condolences to their comrades.
Investigators say the victim spotted a man in her apartment about 4am, holding a meat cleaver that he had taken from her kitchen.
The fire on Middleton Street was reported a little after 3am, and responding crews were able to bring the blaze under control in about 45 minutes.
KYW’s Dan Wing has more on what the change means for the school.
It looks like we could be in for a slightly warmer start to the winter in the Delaware Valley.
With another day in the books and still no sign of 21-year old Shane Montgomery, the FBI says they’re going to get involved with the search.
More than 100 people stopped by a candlelit vigil in Manayunk Saturday evening, as friends and family continue to hope for the safe return of 21-year-old Shane Montgomery.
One of the stars of the popular show ‘Mythbusters’ stopped by Villanova University Saturday night.
The President of Penn State University announced Saturday that he will conduct his own review of the Freeh Report.
KYW discussed the impact with a local gaming industry analyst.
While the garden at 7th and Spring Garden isn’t completely finished, Vice President of the German Society Tony Michael says it was important to unveil the piece of the wall on the 25th anniversary of the day it was brought down.
Mayor Redd joined with Deputy Chief Joseph Williams and a few officers at Sheila Roberts Park, where they were dubbing young men and women from the neighborhood “Blue Knights.” It’s something that the Mayor feels helps create a bond between the community and police.