When a Snowy Owl meets an untimely end, postmortem testing is performed. Associate professor of Avian Medicine and Pathology at the New Bolton Center says her team conducts necropsies — animal autopsies.
In a statement, the William Penn Foundation said with more than 600 cultural institutions across the region, it’s sometimes faced with difficult decisions about where to invest its finite resources.
Philadelphia police commissioner Charles Ramsey and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson appeared on separate political chat shows Sunday to discuss ways to rebuild trust in law enforcement in minority communities.
Here’s something else to be thankful for: OPEC’s decision on Thursday to keep production levels where they are now, at 30 million barrels a day.
Triple A Mid-Atlantic’s Jim Lardear says if you can get the driving done before the weather turns, do so, but if you absolutely have to travel Wednesday, take your time.
Philadelphia Police say the man who is on probation for slashing tires in Mayfair was back to his old tricks.
Hooters drummer and In the Pocket founder David Uosikkinen concedes “Fall in Philadelphia” doesn’t paint a rosy picture of the City of Brotherly Love, but says that’s part of its charm.
Police say it happened at about 12:15pm in the Olney section of the city as two men tried to escape a gas station holdup.
One noted expert spoke with KYW Newsradio about how real the Ebola threat might be here.
Governor Tom Corbett and police officials held a news conference Saturday on the manhunt for suspected cop killer Eric Frein to discuss new developments.
With Halloween right around the corner, animal experts say it takes planning to keep your pets out of scary situations.
The animal rights group is touring college campuses with a high-tech project aimed at letting people see the world from a poultry point of view.
A new report by the Union of Concerned Scientists projects that in the next three decades years, Philadelphia could go from about 19 tidal flooding events per year to more than 200.
Authorities in New Jersey say that a four-year-old Hamilton Township boy died of Enterovirus-D68.
The multi-million dollar payout is the highest insurance bad-faith settlement in Pennsylvania history.