Sources: Feds Request Kenney Campaign Records In Connection To Dougherty, Henon RaidsRecords relating to the campaign of former city councilman, now Mayor Jim Kenney, will soon be in the hands of federal investigators.
Federal Warrants Continue To Spread Across Philadelphia Amid Union Boss InvestigationMultiple federal investigations have sent ripples across Philadelphia political circles.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | August 25Chris discussed Donald Trump's evolution on deportation, Hillary Clinton's defense of the Clinton Foundation and the latest regarding the investigation in IBEW Local 98. He also talked with former NFL player Ben Utecht about his book, Counting The Days While My Mind Slips Away at 8:00.
Union Boss 'Johnny Doc' Pens Letter To Members Amid FBI InvestigationDougherty suggests the union's recent successful efforts in backing political candidates has drawn federal attention.
Judge Walking Toward City Hall Hit In Face, Goes To HospitalOfficials say Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Kevin Dougherty was treated at a hospital after an assault by a panhandler in Center City Philadelphia.
Electricians Union Leader To Take Over Building Trades CouncilPhiladelphia's most powerful union leader is about to get more powerful.
Local Union Boss Reflects On Widespread Support Of Jim KenneyOne of the prime movers that drove results in the recent Democratic primary in Philadelphia was the leader of the Electricians' Union, John Dougherty.
Long List Of State Supreme Court Candidates On The BallotSix Democrats and six Republicans are vying for three Supreme Court seats that will be up for grabs in November.
Gaming Regulators Set To Deal Cards On Second Casino License In PhiladelphiaPennsylvania gaming officials are expected to finally show their hand this afternoon on a second casino license for Philadelphia.
John Dougherty And Local 98 Have Strong Influence On Primary ElectionsLooking at Tuesday's election results, Local 98 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers continued with a high batting average, by pouring money and manpower into selected political races.
Push Coming To Turn Policy Changes At DRPA Into State LawTwo Pennsylvania legislators and one from New Jersey plan to introduce bills on Monday that would make policy changes at the Delaware River Port Authority permanent by adopting them as state law.
Union PAC Slams Council Candidate In Radio AdWith Tuesday's general election approaching, you may have noticed campaign ads running here on KYW Newsradio involving the battle for two city council seats set aside for the minority Republicans.