Camden County Middle School Teacher Charged With Sexual Assault Of StudentThe Camden County Prosecutor's Office announced that a Gloucester Township teacher has been charged with sexual assault.
Nissan To Recall More Than 3 Million Vehicles WorldwideNissan will be recalling more than 3 million vehicles worldwide
Spring Comes To Life At The Barnes Arboretum For Arbor DayEnjoy 12 acres of historic herbaceous plants, rare florals, state champion trees, and lilac collections at the Barnes Arboretum for Spring.
Jury Deliberations Begin In North Philly Rape Double Murder Cold CaseJurors got the case from 1989 – which featured dueling DNA experts -- late Friday afternoon.
Startups Take Advantage Of New Medical Marijuana Law With 'CannaBusiness'Philadelphia-based Greenhouse Ventures is hosting what it's calling a "canna-business" to educate people looking to set up dispensaries.
Temple Professor Explains Psychological Impact Of Social Media After NFL Draftees Twitter BlunderUniversity of Mississippi Offensive Lineman, Laremy Tunsil slid to the 13th draft position. The social media slip-up that likely got him there upstaged most all of the night’s franchise picks.
Young Entrepreneurs Promote Business Ideas While Driving In An Uber SUVYou've heard of an elevator pitch, but what about an Uber pitch?
Philadelphia Man Arrested For Robbing Same Two Banks He Robbed Five Years EarlierThe Department of Justice announced that a Philadelphia man has been sentenced to 71 months in prison for robbing two banks in the region.
Heroic 9-Year-Old Gets Bitten By Dog In Attempt To Save Big SisterWe are now learning more about some terrifying moments for two children being chased by a dog in strawberry mansion.
Dredge Work On Delaware River One Step Closer To CompletionThe latest chunk of cash, $55-million, will take care of a portion of the river.
Area Ice Cream Parlors Up For Best In AmericaSeveral ice cream parlors in our area are in the running for best in America.
Phila. Group Dedicated To Fire Prevention Receives PraiseIn 2015, the Philadelphia Fire Department had the lowest number of fire deaths in the city's history.