Zeoli Show Log 05.31.16Rich discussed Joe Biden possibly jumping into the race, Donald Trump's contributions to veterans and the young boy falling into the gorilla pit a the zoo. He also discussed Donald Trump calling a reporter 'a sleaze', Bernie Sanders encouraging people to take a look at Hillary Clinton's State Department's email report and Americans having no idea what Memorial Day is. Rich spoke with Gov. Ed Rendell at 4:30pm.
Beautiful Holiday Weekend Turns Ugly For Drivers Returning From ShoreMotorists became frustrated following nearly 20 miles of backups at one point.
Families And Veterans Spend Memorial Day At Beverly National CemeteryHenry Tokarski of Philadelphia says he and his older brother were in the service at the same. Henry served in the Navy, where his brother Thaddeus Tokarski served in the Airforce.
Chester-Based Company Helping Returning VeteransA local company is launching a major effort to help veterans returning from today's wars.
Local Vietnam Vets Honored At War MemorialThe Korean War Memorial and the Vietnam War Memorial in Philadelphia both held ceremonies marking the holiday. And for the first time in 13 years, two names were added to the Vietnam War "Wall."
A Rainy Memorial Day At The Jersey ShoreIt was pretty much a washout at the Jersey Shore on Monday as the remnants of Tropical Depression Bonnie dumped steady rain on the resorts, prompting many visitors to head home early.
Rain Forces Cancellations, Changes To Memorial Day Parades Across RegionThe wet weather is impacting numerous Memorial Day events across the Philadelphia region. See a list of parades that have been cancelled or postponed due to the rain.
World War I Vets Remembered In Valley Forge CeremonyDescendants and friends of the 314th Infantry Division gathered at the Washington Memorial Chapel in Valley Forge on Sunday to pay respect to the men who died in battle during World War I.
Positively Philadelphia: Paying Tribute To Veterans On Memorial DayOn this Memorial Day, we pay tribute to our many area veterans.
Shoppers Gather Outside Reading Terminal Market For Franklin FleaFilbert Street was shut down between 11th and 12th streets, and underneath the overhang outside Reading Terminal Market were a variety of vendors, live music and food.
South Jersey Mothers Who Lost Sons To Military Conflict Share Their Pain And HopeTwo bereaved mothers met with a pair of New Jersey politicians Friday over coffee in Collingswood to discuss not only their loss, but an effort to honor the families of the fallen.
Philadelphia's Last Remaining Pearl Harbor Survivor Remembers December 7, 1941Horanzy was in the 42nd infantry division for the United States army when Japanese planes swarmed Pearl Harbor and attacked.