Philadelphia Officials Prep For The Pope's Potential Visit To The CityIt's not yet certain if the Pope himself will be coming to Philadelphia, but Mayor Nutter says the city must be prepared in case.
Stigall Show Log 3.20.14Chris reviews President Obama's NCAA Bracket, problems doctors are having with the Affordable Care Act, and Rand Paul's reception at the University of California. He talks to Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach about voter identification, KYW News Radio's Ian Bush from the NCAA Tournament and comedian Kyle Kinane.
Philadelphia's Senate Delegation Wants A $300 Million Dollar Increase For School SpendingState Senator Vincent Hughes says the Philadelphia delegation is proposing spending $300 million more on schools, without a tax increase.
Trouble Brewing In New Jersey Over Proposal To Bring Sand To The BeachBeaches may be the last thing on your mind as you deal with these cold temperatures, but they’re talking beach work down the shore.
Philadelphia Councilman Targets Illegal Room Rentals The increasing popularity of the website Airbnb.com, which hooks travelers up with people who are renting out rooms, is drawing the attention of Philadelphia City Council.
State Department of Labor and Industry Looks To Organize Its Phone ServicesThe new system is based on the last digit of your social security number.
Red-Light Cameras May Soon Be Coming To A Neighborhood Near YouThe move, pending PennDot approvals, would make the township the first suburban community outside of Philadelphia, to install the cameras.
Failed Sick Leave Bill Still Haunts CouncilmanThis brings a sickening feeling to the Philadelphia councilman who tried but failed to get the measure approved here.
Survivor Remembers Bombing Of Philadelphia Headquarters It's been 28 years to the day since the City of Philadelphia dropped explosives on the MOVE headquarters on Osage Avenue in West Philadelphia that set fire to an entire residential block.
Gosnell's Defense Attorney Puts Forth Closing Arguments The defense attorney for abortion Doctor Kermit Gosnell has told the jury during closing arguments there was a rush to judgment to convict the “House of Horrors” doctor.
Local News Organizations Launch Pay-To-Read WebsitesThe Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News have launched their own pay-to-read websites.
Good Friday Procession Marches Through TownA group of about 40 Catholics marked Good Friday by staging the "Way of the Cross" procession on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.