PA Senate Sends Real ID Bill To The HouseThe state Senate has sent a bill to the House seeking relief from deadlines in the federal “Real ID” program and repealing a law that forbids state participation in the program.
PA Senators Seeking To Strengthen State PFA Laws Divided Over GunsA group of Pennsylvania lawmakers has proposed legislation to put more teeth into the state’s Protection From Abuse laws.
Baby Boomers At Higher Risk For Blood Born VirusBaby boomers are being asked to roll up their sleeves to be tested for a virus they may have had for decades.
Phillies Debut 'Zoom Food' To Make Ordering Ballpark Favorites FasterPhillies fans can get ballpark food faster, with new food-ordering kiosks making their debut this season at Citizens Bank Park.
Renewed EMS Service Debate In South JerseyCould there be another battle brewing two major South Jersey healthcare providers over providing EMS services?
Local Expert Says Trump's Climate Regulations May Set Public Health Back 50 YearsA local expert weighs in on President Trump's orders to curb government enforcement of climate regulations.
PA Senate Revives Bill On Challenges To Local Gun LawsA state Senate committee has again advanced legislation to revive a law – struck down by a court ruling.
Montgomery County Guidance Counselor Pens Book Helping Students Get Into CollegeA Montgomery County guidance counselor has penned a new book designed to help parents get their kids to college -- for free.
Philly Students Being Mentored By Police: 'I Just Wanted Someone To Talk To'The Philadelphia Police Department and Big Brothers Big Sisters launched a new initiative this week, and it's designed to change the lives of more than a dozen kids in Philadelphia public schools.
Local Officials React To GOP Health Care Bill Being Pulled"Well I'll tell you it was a dramatic day, you could kind of feel the energy all over the capital," Boyle said.
Pa. State House Considers Bill To Restore Mandatory Minimum SentencesMontgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele and other top law enforcement officials are urging a restoration of mandatory minimums sentences.
'Boat At Your Own Risk' At Little Egg InletNew Jersey will work this summer to improve conditions for boaters who use a popular inlet just north of Atlantic City.