A suspect accused of stealing cards worth thousands of dollars from a wedding in Montgomery County is in police custody.
Philadelphia’s firefighting efforts are getting a little help from Washington.
Officials in Montgomery County have announced that an arrest warrant has been filed for the person they believe stole money from a wedding in Lower Gwynedd Township.
The incident happened at the William Penn Inn in Lower Gwynedd on Saturday after the couple’s wedding.
Dig this! An Atlantic City casino will bury vouchers worth a total of $200,000 in the sand behind it in September for gamblers to dig up and win.
It’s one of the more popular scams out there: So-called “grandparent scams” that target the elderly. As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, it appears there’s no end in sight.
A new study says that after a health insurance company told obese people to start exercising or pay more, most got active.
A suburban Philadelphia resident says she found $30,000 in cash in the pockets of some clothes given to her after an elderly woman died— and returned the money to the woman’s family.
3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan rounds up apps to save you cash from the supermarket to the gas pump.
The clock is ticking for the winner of a Pennsylvania Lottery jackpot-winning Cash 5 ticket worth $325,000 from last year’s March 18, 2012 drawing.
Britt Benner found more than just snow when she went outside her Narberth home to shovel a couple weeks ago.
Teaching kids about fiscal responsibility can be an uphill battle. Green$treets targets 5-8 year olds with a fun way to teach not only how to budget, but some ecological lessons as well.
Officials say two men have been charged in New Jersey in connection to a scam in which worthless paper dyed black was portrayed as real money and sold to people if they paid to have the dye removed.
The School District of Philadelphia is strapped for cash, yet the CBS 3 I-Team found it is spending tens of millions of dollars a year – your tax money – on a big perk payout: letting workers cash in on unused vacation, personal and sick days.
A spokesman for the organization said Thursday it won’t spend the money before a third-party administrator is appointed, and until then the money is being held in an independent account it doesn’t control.