Police: Text Message Foils Burglary In Northeast PhiladelphiaPolice say a text message sent from a home security system helped officers arrest five people who were robbing a home in the Northeast Philadelphia.
Home Invasion Suspect Shot In WissinomingPolice are investigating after an armed man breaks into a Wissinoming home, and then gets shot by one of the people inside.
For 2nd Month, Revenue Generated By Philly's Soda Tax Exceeds ExpectationsThe city's department of revenue says the city received $6.4-million, which is slightly higher than expected for February.
Group Of PA Lawmakers Pushing Bill To Help Those Convicted Of Minor Offenses Get Back To WorkA poll commissioned by the group on Justice Reforms shows the bill would have support from voters of both parties.
Teen In Custody Following Scam Involving Fake Traffic Tickets In Chester CountyPolice in Chester County say a teenage boy has been taken into custody in connection with a scam involving fake traffic tickets that were sent to residents in Westtown Township.
Citizens Bank Transaction Issues ResolvedCitizens Bank dealt with some problems this morning involving account transactions.
Thousands Without Power After Winter Storm Pounds RegionThousands of people across the region are without power Tuesday after the winter storm took out a number of power lines.
Power Restored To All Customers After PECO Substation FireNearly two days after a fire at one of their substations, PECO has restored power to all customers.
Facebook Rumors Debunked: Immigration Agents Not Setting Up Checkpoints Around Philadelphia Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said any "reports of I.C.E. Checkpoints and sweeps are false, dangerous and irresponsible."
Philadelphia Police Department Welcomes Graduating Class 379The Philadelphia Police Department welcomed 58 new officers to the force Friday morning.
SEPTA: Service Resumes On West Trenton Line After Brush FireSEPTA says service on the West Trenton Line has resumed after a brush fire forced service to be temporarily suspended.
Church Brings Ash Wednesday Traditions To Busy SEPTA StationGetting blessed on Ash Wednesday was made a lot easier for some people traveling through Jefferson Station in Center City this morning.