KYW Newsradio 1060
New Jersey governor Chris Christie pleaded with legislators in a special session to pass a bail reform package immediately.
Rep. Mike Vereb (R-Montgomery County) confirms that supporters of a $2-per-pack city cigarette tax to raise funds for Philadelphia schools are having trouble rounding up enough votes to pass it in the House.
A new federal law allows individual states to set their own number of fundraiser exemptions for junk food sold in schools. Pennsylvania and a handful of other states have done so.
Commissioner Ramsey has long wanted the ability to rotate officers out of the department’s narcotics and Internal Affairs units, but such moves had been prohibited by the city’s contract with the police union.
Authorities arrested Thanh Nguyen, a Penndot contractor since 2009, and Robert Slamon, a state inspector whom prosecutors say was bribed by Nguyen to look the other way.
A new Greek “taverna” in Radnor, a hangout for Temple University students in North Philadelphia, and a promotional event for Sugarhouse Casino are on this week’s “What’s Cooking” agenda.
A room with a view can dramatically enhance a summer getaway splurge. Here are some ideas on where to look.
A much sought after summer getaway splurge is the room with a view.
The viewing for 53-year-old Theresa Hunt was held at the John Stretch Funeral Home in Havertown.
Up for discussion at the Pennsylvania Convention Center? How to solve the world’s problems over the next half-century.
The Justice Department is suing the Pennsylvania State Police, saying its physical fitness tests discriminate against women.
The owners have attracted a partner to help renovate the aging downtown mall.
“My client vehemently denies these allegations, and he looks forward to clearing his good name,” said Brian McMonagle, attorney for Officer Thomas Liciardello.
After the Blackhawks won the National “Pop Warner” Pee Wee championship in 2010, Mayor Nutter promised them a new place to play.
“We will not be bullied into changing or lowering our standards by the Department of Justice or anyone else,” said Pennsylvania state police commissioner Frank Noonan.