Weekend Storm Brings Record Daily Snowfall In Philadelphia4.1 inches of snow fell in the city on Saturday. That broke the old daily record for December 9 of 2.9 inches set back in 1942.
PA House To Consider Bill That Would Roll Back Abortion Ban To 20 WeeksA Pennsylvania House committee has passed a proposed bill which would ban abortions in the state after 19 weeks. The measure still has to pass the full House and that vote is expected this week.
Auditor General: PA Child Welfare System Beset By ‘Breathtaking’ TurnoverThe auditor general has briefed a state House committee on a devastating report on Pennsylvania’s child welfare system, which concludes there is a lack of support for caseworkers on the front lines.
NJ Lottery Kicks Off Effort To Discourage Ticket Sales As Holiday Gifts For ChildrenIt's illegal for anyone under 18 to buy a lottery ticket. That said, a lot of adults buy them as stocking stuffers for kids anyway.
Region's First Snow Arrives A Few Hours Late, But No One's ComplainingThe region is coming to grips with its first true taste of winter, almost two weeks before the calendar heralds winter's official arrival.
Deck The Buses! SEPTA Employees Compete In Holiday Vehicle Decoration ContestBragging rights were at stake for SEPTA workers who took part in the transit agency's annual holiday vehicle decoration contest.
PA Auditor General Slams Management Of Chester Upland School DistrictPennsylvania's auditor general says "total administrative chaos" is preventing him from completing an audit of the Chester Upland School District.
You Clean Everything Else In The Shower. Why Not Your Teeth?To really clean your teeth, hit the shower. That's the idea from a Montgomery County woman whose invention is generating a lot of chatter.
Proposed Curbs On Drone Use In NJ Could Include Flying Them While DrunkThe measure is up for a final vote in the state senate on Thursday.
Wolf Questions Rep. Metcalfe's Committee Chairman Role After 'Offensive' RemarksRepublican Daryl Metcalfe chastised the ranking Democrat on the panel, Matt Bradford of Montgomery County, for touching him on the arm during a Tuesday meeting.
MUST SEE: Philly Mother-Daughter Team Makes Life-Like Comfort DollsTheir realistic creations will make you do a double take.
Construction Begins On Philly's First LGBT-Friendly Housing For HomelessIn North Philadelphia, they're ripping up a parking lot to put up what could be paradise for a particular group of homeless young adults.