Eagles Look To Shut Down Balanced CowboysThe Eagles and Cowboys will meet Sunday night in an NFC East showdown in Dallas.
Pennsylvania Is Target Of Intensive Get-Out-The-Vote Effort By Clinton CampaignThe Clinton campaign is preparing what's being called "the most intense election day operation" Pennsylvania has ever seen. Meantime, the Trump campaign is taking a more low-key approach.
Nonprofit Offers Struggling Jazz Musicians Helping HandJazz Bridge is an organization that provides a helping hand when musicians need it most.
Trump's 'Nasty Woman' Comment Sparks New Line Of MerchandiseWhen Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman" during the third presidential debate, he probably didn't expect to start a fashion trend.
Mayor Kenney Signs Executive Order On Gifts To City WorkersPhiladelphia Mayor Jim Kenney has kept a campaign promise and tightened up the rules on gifts to city employees.
Home Inventors Pitch Wares For Shot At $50K Marketing PrizeOne of the largest marketers of "As Seen On TV" products was in Philadelphia on Wednesday to select the winner of a competition to take the at home inventor's product to the next level.
Kaine Makes Campaign Stop At Bucks County Community CollegeThe parade of presidential and vice presidential candidates through the Philadelphia region continued on Wednesday, as Democratic VP hopeful Tim Kaine made a stop in Newtown, Bucks County in front of a couple hundred people.
More Supermarkets Across Pennsylvania Uncork Wine-To-Go SalesOne of the first supermarkets to toast the start of wine-to-go sales in Pennsylvania is popping the corks for another at the Wegmans in King of Prussia.
Bill To Crack Down On Pa. Turnpike Scofflaws Goes To Governor WolfA bill that would give the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission more tools to go after chronic toll violators is now on its way to Governor Wolf’s desk.
Police ID Suspect Wanted In Union League TheftAuthorities say they are looking for 50-year-old Reginald Phillips.
Toomey, McGinty Trade Attacks During Final Senate DebateWith Republican Pat Toomey and Democrat Katie McGinty running neck and neck, the candidates continued to take shots at each other during the hourlong televised debate.
Open Enrollment In Affordable Care Marketplace Will Bring Unpleasant Changes To ConsumersWhen the Affordable Care Act open enrollment period begins next week customers will see some changes, including fewer choices and higher prices.