Sen. John McCain Awarded Liberty Medal In PhiladelphiaThe National Constitution Center awarded its annual Liberty Medal to U.S. Senator John McCain on Monday night.
Philadelphia Grassroots Effort To Boycott NFL, Plan To Take It NationalThe 1022 Protest Committee is a coalition of groups that includes the Philadelphia NAACP, Guardian Civic League, Philadelphia National Action Network and others.
Police Questioning Mother After 5-Year-Old Boy, Newborn Brother Found Dead Inside HomeInvestigators were called to the home on West 9th Street near Monroe Street, where they found a 5-year-old and newborn baby dead inside.
Police: Man Throws Hot Coffee Onto Wawa EmployeePolice say the suspect was involved with a verbal altercation with the 30-year-old employee at the Wawa on 1300 East Erie Ave. on Oct. 13 around 2 p.m.
Philly Makes 'Rattiest Cities' In The US ListThe rattiest cities list is in and Philadelphia is sitting near the top.
Upper Darby Leaders Join Forces In Battle Against OpioidsIt was an open panel discussion with officials like Upper Darby Mayor Tom Micozzie taking part.
University Finds Unique Way To Help Puerto Rico Recover After Hurricane MariaMore than 8,000 acres of crops were destroyed in Puerto Rico when Hurricane Maria devastated the island.
Wi-Fi Network Flaw Could Let Hackers Spy On YouThe Wi-Fi network you're using may be susceptible to hacking.
Albright President Offers To Reinstate 3 Football Players Dismissed For Violating Team’s Show Of UnityThree football players dismissed from Division III Albright College in Pennsylvania have been offered reinstatement to the team, the president of the college announced on Monday.
Family Reacts After Report Says Legislation Made Addictive Opioids Easier To ObtainLike so many others, 22-year-old Thadeus Burke's addiction to heroin started with prescription pain killers.
Former Juvenile Lifers Get Fresh Start With Re-Entry Workforce ProgramOn Monday, 29 formerly incarcerated individuals graduated from the Uplift Workforce Solutions program and will start a job at Brown's ShopRite.
Volunteers Gear Up To Clean Up New Jersey Beaches For 32nd Annual Beach SweepsClean Ocean Action's Tory Woods says crew captains have data cards to record what the volunteers pick up.