A federal appeals court in Philadelphia says police can’t attach GPS tracking devices on vehicles of criminal suspects without first getting a warrant.
A South Steet salon is taken over on this Halloween by “zombies,” armed with razors, scissors and clippers.
Saint Joseph’s University is holding a half-day workshop on Saturday geared toward high school juniors and seniors exploring college prospects.
Bishop Timothy Senior, an auxiliary bishop and the seminary rector, says a task force approved by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia was asked to explore whether the college division should continue operations.
“The components of this wall literally are 12,500 aluminum panels,” Franklin Institute senior VP Troy Collins explained. “They are hung on over 800 rods and it covers over 3,000 square feet.”
Recent changes to the “Mega Millions” lottery game are generating some buzz among players.
The School District of Philadelphia says one student and two school police officers suffered minor injuries.
A man is in the hospital after being shot in Society Hill early Monday morning when he resisted an attempt to steal his Jeep.
Forty-seven applicants from 32 countries across the globe raised their hands and recited in unison their allegiance to a new land.
Rutgers-Camden broke ground Wednesday for a new, state-of-the-art nursing school and research center.
Voters are heading to the polls in New Jersey today to pick a successor to the late U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg.
St. Thomas Greek Orthodox Church in Cherry Hill has kicked off its annual “Greek Agora and Festival.”
We may see a little bit more snow, but not until later in the season, according to the long-range winter forecast from AccuWeather.
Only on the job for a few months, Pope Francis caused quite a controversy in a recently published interview that circulated worldwide through a Jesuit magazine.
Philadelphia will celebrate the re-lighting of four bridges along the Schuylkill River Thursday night.