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Many residents and people who work in the city are starting to think about how they will get around when Pope Francis is in town.
The Christie Administration has threatened for months to take shore homeowners to court if they did not grant easements for formation of a statewide network of dunes to protect against the next major storm.
Scores of employees who work for American Airlines and US Airways asked the DOJ to investigate claims of race discrimination and unsafe working conditions.
Philadelphia city officials and police officers held a community walk through West Philadelphia Thursday night.
The Philadelphia Housing Authority will no longer allow smoking outside of designated areas in their public housing developments.
Teens Interested In Pursuing Career In Veterinary Medicine Participate In Program On Univ. Of Pennsylvania’s Campus
The students in the week-long program are exposed to various areas of veterinary medicine including anatomy, pathology and research.
Twitter’s Web app for managing multiple feeds and accounts stopped working for many users Thursday morning.
Paul Rudd stars as ex-convict Scott Lang, an ex-cat burglar in the Robin Hood mold who is recruited by a scientist armed with a suit that allows him to shrink while gaining super-strength and then re-enlarge whenever he wishes.
This will be the first one of their outlet stores in the Philadelphia area.
The culinary community of Philadelphia is gathering Thursday night at Fork restaurant for a fundraiser of co-owner and chef Eli Kulp who was seriously injured in the Amtrak derailment this past May.
Summer is peak driving season, and a new study finds Philadelphia is one of the worst cities in which to drive.
As new summer pleasure boaters take to the busy area waterways, there’s often confusion about when an unplanned situation is an emergency or merely an annoyance.
KYW’s Greg Orlandini and CBS-3’s Kevin Kinkead go over the latest news about the Philadelphia Union, including their 3-0 win at home against Portland Timbers.
On Wednesday, some folks in Philadelphia took a stand for the citizens of Greece who are facing some very tough economic times.
As KYW Newsradio entered its 50th year, something new popped up in Philadelphia worth celebrating.