Summerfest Makes A Stop At The Grand Opera House In WilmingtonAlong a two block stretch in Wilmington, Delaware there are three performance venues boasting 200,000 square feet of program space.
Dancer Who Has Spent Decades With PA Ballet Is RetiringIt's the end of an era at the Pennsylvania Ballet.
High-Tech Piece Of Equipment Generating Buzz At VillanovaThe technology is called CAVE, and it allows students at Villanova to travel the country, the world, even outer space.
Elderly War Veteran Terrorized, Robbed In NE Philadelphia Home Invasion“I was set up by some young people that I sent to the store, gave a few dollars.”
Some Clinics Offering Free Eye Exams For Service AnimalsTo qualify, service animals must be active working animals that were certified by a formal training program or organization.
Cops: Man Found Shot, Run Over In OverbrookThe driver said he pulled over into a driveway to look what was under his car and discovered it was actually a body.
Hundreds Of Students March In Philly For Women's RightsThe march is meant to bring awareness to and advocate for the passage of the equal rights amendment.
Man Shot In Arm After Leaving West Philadelphia CheckersA man says he is an innocent victim who got caught in a hail of gunfire in West Philadelphia.
Election Day Becoming More Of A Concern As SEPTA Strike ContinuesThe strike has sidelined SEPTA’s buses, trolleys and subways.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | November 1Chris discussed the SEPTA strike and the latest on the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while Secretary of State. He spoke with former US Attorney Joe DiGenova about the FBI Director's handling of the investigation at 7:20, Personality expert Merrick Rosenberg his theory of comparing the presidential candidates to birds at 8:00 and former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales about the letter Comey sent to Congress on the investigation into Clinton's emails at 8:25.
Temple U. Stepping Up Police Presence After Attacks On StudentsAnother man says his brother was repeatedly kicked in the face and lost a tooth.
Former Attorney General Kathleen Kane Faces SentencingThe sentence could range from probation to a maximum sentence of 12 to 24 years in prison.