Monday is National Girls and Women in Sports Day and Temple University hosted an event to help get girls interested in all different kinds of sports.
Dozens of activists representing several organizations came together to urge President Obama to reject Keystone XL pipeline and to take a meaningful approach to climate control.
The class of 2014 graduated Wednesday night.
Road crews are out preparing for what’s predicted to be a massive onslaught of snow over the next few days.
One Book, One Philadelphia kicked off its annual push of reading, literacy, and libraries.
As KYW’s Justin Udo reports, the Patriots are accused of using under-inflated footballs to help them beat the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship game.
PennDOT crews are bracing for more icy conditions on the roads though the overnight hours.
The Philadelphia Orchestra is encouraging concertgoers to turn on their cell phones in an effort to help them learn a little more about what’s going on.
Amateur and professional flute musicians played side by side at Verizon Hall for the Philadelphia Orchestra’s annual Play In.
As KYW’s Justin Udo reports, her Center City roots helped mold the show’s development.
Street says a large part of his platform is to repair community and police relations.
Philadelphia Police are looking to identify suspects wanted in connection with an aggravated assault in Washington Square.
Bundled in jackets and wrapped in scarves, thousands braved the cold on Penn’s Landing for the annual New Year’s Eve fireworks show.
Sunday marked the last day for the Christmas Village shops in Center City, with many of the store owners finding themselves on Santa’s nice list.
Tuesday marks the last night of Chanukah, and for many local people of the Jewish faith they used the night to shine light on a movement very close to their hearts.