Temple Basketball Great Hal Lear Dies At Age 81Hal Lear is one of only four Temple men's basketball players to have their number retired.
Longtime Spokesman For Philadelphia School District Stepping DownFernando Gallard is stepping down in August from his position as chief spokesman for a district that seemed to be in nearly constant crisis.
New Jersey Gets Its Own CTONew Jersey has its first ever Chief Technology Officer.
Otter Sightings On The Rise Along Schuylkill RiverRiver Otters aren't rare along the Schuylkill, but there appear to be more sightings recently. It's a sign that efforts to improve the environment are paying off.
Movie Review: 'The Neon Demon'In his latest film, 'The Neon Demon,' Danish director Nicolas Winding RefnRefn tries his hand at the horror-thriller genre.
Movie Review: Free State Of JonesMcConaughey adds another impressive achievement to his resume.
Casey Not Deterred By Senate's Rejection Of Four Gun Control BillsThe U.S. Senate rejected four bills on Monday concerning gun control. But Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey is not giving up hope of getting gun legislation passed.
National Fart-In? Philadelphia Woman Organizes DNC Protest That's A Real 'Gas'You will not want to be down wind from Cheri Honkala and company on the last night of the Democratic National Convention.
With Soda Tax Signed Into Law, Philly Takes Next Step For Expanding Pre-KWith the soda tax signed into law, Philadelphia is looking for high quality pre-K providers that can start taking students as soon as the tax takes effect.
Broad Street Gets Beautiful Ahead Of DNCA stretch of Broad Street is getting a bit of a makeover ahead of next month's Democratic National Convention.
Up Dog, Down Dog...No Dawg!Sometimes yoga sessions can get to be hands-on. Now, a private yoga instructor has come up with a way that gives her students the power to consent.
Pennsylvania Gun Control Advocates Applaud Supreme Court's Indecision On Assault WeaponsThe U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear cases on two state laws banning assault weapons and large capacity ammo magazines. Gun control advocates are applauding, but experts say "indecision" is pretty typical of this court.