Eyewitness News spoke with Philadelphia-born comedian Kevin Hart before he hosts the Philly 4th of July Jam Thursday night.
Many people were outside Saturday hoping the thunderstorms stayed away, which turned out to be the case.
The School District of Philadelphia announced Friday that they’re laying off 76 employees, this on top of the 3,700 district employees who they handed pink slips to last week.
President Barack Obama tried his hand at arcade football and joked Tuesday with Gov. Chris Christie, declaring the Jersey Shore is back seven months after Superstorm Sandy bore down on its famed boardwalks and seaside towns.
Kristofor Stonesifer, 28, was one of the first to die fighting in the War on Terror in October of 2001.
Police confirm the fight happened Tuesday inside the library of Chester High School.
Philadelphia Police and organizers are going over all the final details for Sunday’s Broad Street Run.
The Camden County Metro Police Division is hoping to make a difference on some of our area’s toughest streets.
Don Ly was 68 years old. He was a husband, a father of four and a man who was well respected in his community.
Chief Inspector Sullivan says it’s those who report suspicious packages, people, and behavior that will stop what happened in Boston, from happening here.
Residents are on alert after an attempted luring in Tredyffrin Township.
Authorities in Montgomery County are searching for a teenager who was out with her family Saturday evening, then suddenly went missing.
Neighbors talk about the notorious couple now known for stealing two police cars and leading authorities on a wild chase from Camden to Philadelphia.
The Delaware Valley managed to escape the brunt of the recent storm, but the ripple effects are still being felt throughout the area.
In Avalon, officials say the rain and powerful winds are the main concerns. In Margate, the waves are crashing closer to the beach.