King of Prussia Mall
One person was injured after a partial roof collapse at the King of Prussia Mall on Sunday.
Judge Garrett Page increased bail to a quarter of a million dollars for Kornwell Chan. That’s in addition to the $500,000 cash bail that was set for the newest case.
Chris talks to Phillies OF Hunter Pence about his upcoming charity event, Steve Cordasco about Facebook’s IPO, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece to preview the Sixers and Phillies weekends, and Breitbart.com’s Larry O’Connor about biography discovered of President Obama claiming he was born in Kenya.
Police say Kornwell Chan of Dresher used the camera to look up women’s dresses while they were shopping in department stores.
A $40,000 reward is being offered in connection to an armed smash-and-grab robbery at a high-end watch store in King of Prussia.
Chris discusses Rick Santorum’s Presidential campaign and Michele Bachmann’s decision to drop out, a grenade found at the King of Prussia Mall, a dispute over a tribute to Michael Landon in Collingswood, and talks to Daily News Editor Larry Platt about the city’s DROP program.
A portion of the King of Prussia Mall was evacuated after the discovery of a suspicious device that was later determined to be a replica of a grenade.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more men are back at work, but in different positions. Instead of construction, you’ll find more of the guys in retail or other positions traditionally held by women.
Who doesn’t like a good sale? They’re everywhere here at the Cherry Hill Mall – 50% off or more at many stores.
“Charge it” now has another meaning at the Montgomery County shopping mecca.
A fashion show fundraiser tomorrow night at the King of Prussia Mall launches a new program that pairs rescue dogs and prison inmates in an effort to make them both ready for society.
Want to give your mom a personal gift this Mother’s Day? Assistant Marketing Manager at the King of Prussia Mall, Ashley Pompei, stopped by the morning show on Wednesday to share some Mother’s Day gift […]
She’s a restaurant owner, a TV presenter, and an author. But all this chef really wants to do is to bring a taste of Italy to your dinner table.
A 75-foot wide sink hole suddenly opened up along route 202 north near mall boulevard in Upper Merion Township’s “King-of Prussia” section Friday morning not far from the King of Prussia Mall.
As expected, holiday shoppers are flooding retail stores this weekend.