Convention Focuses On Role Of Immigrants In Neighborhoods, EconomyThe convention runs Thursday and Friday and will highlight efforts to embrace immigrants and integrate them into the local and regional economy.
Crash Involving Tractor Trailer Hauling Pallets Of Beer Temporarily Closes EB Schuylkill ExpresswayThe tractor trailer and a car became entangled in an accident on eastbound 76 before 1 a.m.
Pa. Speaker Proposes Boost In Scholarship Tax BreaksPennsylvania House Speaker Mike Turzai was in South Philadelphia Wednesday to promote his proposal to increase a business tax credit program that allows for contributions to tuition scholarships for private and Catholic schools.
Drexel Students With Climate Change On Mind Mount Voter Registration DriveOn this final day to register to vote in Pennsylvania, a group of Drexel University students with climate change among their concerns staged a registration campaign at a familiar campus landmark.
Christie Delivers Much-Anticipated Announcement On Future Of Camden High SchoolNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie made the official delivery Wednesday -- and he traveled all the way to Camden to do it.
Vandals Go On Spree Of Destruction In 2 Philly NeighborhoodsPolice say under the cover of darkness, vandals drove up and down streets smashing windows of parked cars.
Philly Area Banks Lead Nation In ATM Overdraft Fees, Report FindsIf you do business with a Philadelphia area bank and you overdraw your account at the automated teller machine, you're now paying the highest overdraft fees in the country.
Local Paralympic Medal Swimmer Shares Her Comeback StoryThe 24-year-old grew up in Chester County and toured the fifth-floor gym at Magee carrying her gold, silver and bronze medals.
SEPTA Looking For Women To Join WorkforceThe transit agency will stage the "Women Building SEPTA" career fair.
Manayunk Symposium Seeks To Tackle Mental Health CrisisIdentifying those who need help and getting them into treatment can be a challenge.
Philadelphia Welcomed Pope Francis 1 Year Ago TodayThe pope came to Philadelphia to celebrate the closing of the World Meeting of Families event.
Rutgers-Camden Student Group Encourages Professors To Provide Free TextbooksA student organization on the Rutgers-Camden campus is encouraging professors to buy-in to the concept of free books for their students.

More From CBS Philly

Best Philly-Area Hiking Trails
Sign Up Now!
Taz Goes Big!

Listen Live