Former DA, High-Powered Attorney File Lawsuit To Remove Seth Williams From OfficeFormer DA Lynne Abraham and attorney Richard Sprague filed that lawsuit Monday in Common Pleas Court.
'Very Shocking!': Former Philly DA Reacts To Charges Against Seth WilliamsFormer district attorney Lynne Abraham did not mince words when asked what she thinks should be the current DA's next move.
Despite Kane's Refusal To Resign, Abraham And Others Are Floated As Possible SuccessorsIndicted Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is expected to repeat her refusal to resign tomorrow. But that hasn't stopped others from indicating their desire to be appointed to succeed Kane, including former Philadelphia DA Lynne Abraham.
Philadelphia Political Figures Remember Former Bodyguard, Driver Who DiedAnthony "Tony" Fulwood will be laid to rest this week.
No Regrets Despite Loss, Says Lynne Abraham; Wants Spending ReformsAbraham told her supporters tonight that she's not sad at all, and that she was proud to be only the second woman to run for Philadelphia mayor.
Turnouts Not Expected To Be High For Primary Voting In PennsylvaniaToday is decision day for the voters of Pennsylvania.
Mayor's Race Tops Highlighted Contests in Philadelphia PrimaryToday's primary election has the parties choosing not only nominees for mayor, but for all 17 seats on City Council.
Philadelphia's 2015 Democratic Mayoral CandidatesThe Philadelphia mayoral primary takes place May 19, 2015.
Philadelphia Mayoral Candidates Make Final Push Ahead Of Primary ElectionThe vision is the same for all candidates. Anthony Williams, Lynne Abraham and Jim Kenney all want safer streets, better schools, and a thriving economy.
Only 1 Candidate Makes Timely Appearance at Latest Phila. Mayoral ForumThe forum was sponsored by Global Philadelphia, a nonprofit organization that works to promote the city internationally.
CBS 3 Speaks With Phila. Mayoral Candidate Lynne AbrahamCBS 3 Eyewitness News spoke with Philadelphia mayoral candidate Lynne Abraham.
Three Weeks Before Primary, Mayoral Candidates Take To AirwavesThis week brings the first broadcast ads of former City Councilman Jim Kenney and former D-A Lynne Abraham. They're not the first, of course. State Senator Anthony Williams jumped in with his own ads last month; former PGW executive Doug Oliver last week. And independent political committees have been running ads in support of Kenney and Williams.