The week-long gadget frenzy continues in Las Vegas, and just about everything on display looks to take advantage of your Internet connection.
People who bought health insurance through the federal marketplace last year face extra steps on their 2014 tax returns, and maybe extra taxes too.
There are about 3,000 traffic signals in Philadelphia, and some are more susceptible to cold than others.
New Jersey law enforcement officials are proposing some changes to tighten the rules for gun retailers.
The Food and Drug Administration has just approved a faster, more accurate test that can be used in your local doctor’s office.
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
The word centers on workers who toil at their desks, and grab a bite while others go out to lunch.
Forbes Magazine says the annual summit — which debuted in Philadelphia — will make the City of Brotherly Love its home for the foreseeable future.
Nutter attributes the lower numbers not just to good policing, but also to cooperation from community groups that represent the city’s minority residents.
Year-end figures in New Jersey show an uptick in traffic deaths over 2013, with pedestrian fatalities responsible for the increase.
There was a lot of intrigue and back room negotiations, but in the end, former television sportscaster Don Tollefson rejected a plea deal.
A veteran Vatican watcher based in our area says people shouldn’t be surprised by the 20 men Pope Francis picked over the weekend to be elevated next month.
A federal prosecutor tells a jury the former Ironworkers Local 401 boss ruled with an iron fist. But the defense denies he ordered the acts of violence committed by others.
Gas is as cheap as it’s been in years, leaving many Philadelphia taxicab riders to wonder why cabs are still adding a fuel surcharge to each ride.
As New Jersey wrestles with how to bring Atlantic City back from the brink of financial collapse, freeholders in Atlantic County want a seat at the table.