Long before the doors opened, the line spiraled around the building full of pizza lovers anxious to taste the pie named the best pizza in America.
Volunteers came together Sunday to prepare thousands of nutritious meals that will ultimately help feed starving children all over the world.
Police have surveillance videos from both crimes, one on Cottman Avenue and the latest on North Broad Street.
CBS 3’s Natasha Brown reports from Barnegat, Ocean County where she talked with the couple about their ordeal.
Police tell CBS 3 they’re looking for anywhere between two to five suspects involved in this gun-toting robbery ring.
Just days into serving a term left vacant by the death of longtime New Jersey Democratic Senator Frank Lautenberg, Booker has had to hit the ground running and he is not shying away from tackling one of the biggest issues on capital hill right now, the Affordable Care Act.
Six-year-old Aiden Riebel is officially sworn in as an honorary Washington Township firefighter. More than anything this very sick little boy wanted to become a firefighter and one town came together to make that happen.
She’s a pop sensation with millions of fans around the world, but for megastar Taylor Swift, it all started right here in this house in Berks County.
At this store, there are strict limits on sizes. And that policy is drawing howls of protest on the internet. Natasha Brown has a 3 On Your Side special report.
Philadelphia is gearing up for this weekend’s Broad Street Run, and the city is making sure to take every precaution.
The man is always seen in a work van, possibly white or light blue in color.
Kenneth Stillman of Levittown has videotaped many weddings in his day, but multiple customers told 3 On Your Side he failed to deliver those videos.
CBS 3 And The National Constitution Center Commemorate The Constitution’s 225th With A Fresh Look At A Our Nation’s Founding Document
CBS 3 and the National Constitution Center have teamed up on a half-hour special commemorating the 225th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution.
It’s not the Powerball or the Mega Millions drawing, but the winning numbers behind Thursday night’s lottery are worth far more to a group of students and parents in Trenton.
Chris talks to CBS 3’s Natasha Brown in Happy Valley covering the ceremonies following the death of Joe Paterno and to John Hayward to analyze last night’s Republican debate. He also responds to a Daily News editorial criticizing him for his reactions to their coverage of the Bill Conlin child molestation scandal