Sikh-American Nominated To Be New Jersey Attorney GeneralGurbir Grewal will be the first Sikh-American to serve as attorney general anywhere in America if confirmed by the state Senate.
New Treatment Could Be Game Changer In Fight Against Bed BugsThe first thing you should know is that pesticides and chemicals found in stores are unlikely to work.
Man Does Cross Country Tour To Raise Funds For Salvation ArmyChris Strub spent the day at the Salvation Army's Greater Philadelphia headquarters embedded in a culinary training program known as "Soups On."
Abortion Bill Sent To Governor Wolf; Veto PromisedThe bill was given final legislative approval by the state House Tuesday night.
Sixers Look To Snap 4-Game Skid Tonight In MinnesotaPhiladelphia has dropped four straight games, last time out on Sunday they lost on the road to New Orleans, 131-124.
Mayor Kenney Asks For City Council's Help Replacing School Reform CommissionLast month, the School Reform Commission voted to dissolve itself, and the decision is expected to be approved by the State Secretary of Education.
End Of An Era For Two Beloved Penn State EstablishmentsWith mixed emotions, Duke Gastiger and his wife, Monica, made the announcement recently on social media that their two iconic businesses would be closing.
Pennsylvania Dems Call For GOP Lawmaker's Resignation After 'Random Homophobic Tirade'The PA Democratic Party wants Metcalfe to step down for what a spokesman called a "random homophobic tirade."
Philadelphia Celebrates Major Milestone In Solar EnergySolarize Philly is a citywide program aimed at helping all Philadelphians go solar at home.
Don't Be Steered Wrong: Ramps From Betsy Ross Bridge To Aramingo Ave Not Yet OpenThe newly-built ramps off the Philadelphia end of the Betsy Ross Bridge aren't ready to connect drivers to Aramingo Avenue just yet.
Too Much Holiday Cheer? Expert Explains Hangovers Get Worse As You AgeIt's not your imagination, hangovers are worse now that you're a bit...mature.
Doylestown Hospital Helps Parents Keep Virtual Eye On Sick BabiesDoylestown Hospital will soon install five cameras in the Intensive Care Nursery so parents who can't travel to the hospital can check on their sick babies anytime they want.