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Special counsel Rob Byers says he combed nearly 5,000 e-mails — any between a justice and the state attorney general’s office between 2008 and 2012.
One woman we spoke with today at Reading Terminal Market admitted it’s hours and hours of preparation, cooking, serving, and cleanup.
Cathedral Kitchen helps low-income people who are at risk due to a lack of marketable job skills.
State senator-elect Art Haywood says his first action after he is sworn in to the Pennsylvania Senate on January 6th will be to introduce a bill that requires the state attorney general to appoint a special prosecutor whenever a suspect is killed by police.
The attorney who represents a former Delaware County cop accused of murdering his former girlfriend this week says his client had been working hard to try to straighten out his life.
As in past years, the soundtrack to those pyrotechnics will be carried on KYW Newsradio 1060.
Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter says the Brown and Garner deaths, each at the hands of white police officers, have created a volatile situation in our nation.
It’s a two-year project that will cause some pain for hundreds of commuters down the line.
KYW’s Steve Tawa spoke with maestro Bramwell Tovey as he played a portion of his own composition for Philadelphia, “The Rittenhouse Carol.”
Congressman Pat Meehan says more businesses, along with government agencies, the power grid — all are at risk of falling victim to cyber warfare.
Cherry Hill Police are investigating multiple pick pocket cases and subsequent frauds that occurred in recent weeks.
Under the baton of conductor Bramwell Tovey, the Philadelphia Orchestra performed timeless holiday favorites Thursday night at the Kimmel Center.
The private social network known as “Nextdoor” will become a communications vehicle for the city of Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia DA’s office has dropped its claim against the home of two plaintiffs involved in a class action lawsuit that challenges the city’s program of seizing millions in cash, cars and property every year.
A former Philadelphia Daycare operator has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the drowning death of a seven-year-old boy in a dirty in-ground backyard pool.