Malala Yousafzai is the youngest recipient in the award’s 26-year history, and for good reason.
Police are investigating a shooting in South Philadelphia late Monday afternoon that left a 13-year-old boy hospitalized in stable condition. Police believe it may have been over a bike that was stolen from the victim on Sunday.
The sound of trains running was music to the ears of the hundreds of thousands of commuters who rely on SEPTA to get work.
Dads are usually our go-to-guy for advice growing up.
The reinstated priest was one of 26 suspended following 2011’s grand jury report into the sexual abuse of children in the church.
Authorities say two women are facing charges following a fight outside a Wawa in Runnemede, Camden County Sunday, in which a man’s estranged wife was stabbed by his mistress.
The Camden County Police Department is asking for help finding a missing teenager from Whitman Park.
Parishoners will learn the fate of their parish at Saturday Night Mass, and a public announcement will follow on Sunday.
Pope Francis is giving a symbolic nod to Palestinian aspirations for their own state by visiting the West Bank before visiting Israel.
Philadelphia police say a missing 21-year old autistic man has been found unharmed in Horsham, Montgomery County.
The Delaware County District Attorney’s office has announced the arrest of the co-owners of a construction company located in Chester Township for stealing more than a quarter of a million dollars in payroll deductions intended to cover union workers’ healthcare and pension benefits.
State Police say a man is dead, and his friend is hospitalized after both were struck by cars in Bucks County early Sunday morning.
A 17-year veteran of the Philadelphia police force has been dismissed for numerous violations.
By Dan Wing PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A group of students made a call for full and fair funding for Philadelphia schools by staging a demonstration at the school district headquarters Monday evening. The students were […]
Philadelphia officials held a public input meeting Monday night at the African American Museum to let the residents of the Queen’s Village neighborhood voice their opinions and concerns about renovations to a playground where the remains of 5,000 African Americans were found.