Former CBS3 Reporter Details Living With Type 1 Diabetes In New BookOren Liebermann first discovered he suffered from the autoimmune disease when he was traveling around the world.
Violent Night In Chester Leaves 3 Dead, 1 InjuredThe shootings started at 11:15 p.m. and lasted until just after midnight. Mayor John Linder was blunt about the violence that plagues his city.
Former Pa. State Senator Fumo Released From Prison, Returns To PhiladelphiaVincent Fumo's first taste of freedom in Philadelphia lasted all of about two seconds, from the door of his pickup truck to the door of the halfway house in Juniata Park.
Homeowner Battles Alleged Burglar In Bucks CountyIt was supposed to be a quick stop at home on Saturday night, a Bristol Township resident found he had company: a burglar standing near his mom's bedroom.
Cleanup Underway After Heavy Rain Causes Flooding In Shore TownsThe barrier island of Margate looked a lot different Tuesday. Morning and afternoon storms flooded many of the lower lying streets, turning different blocks into their own islands.
Brigantine Residents Benefit From FEMA's Revised Flood MapsThe newest FEMA flood maps show many residents in Brigantine are in a less hazardous flood zone that is not threatened by waves.
President Obama, Gov. Christie Reunite For Tour Of New Jersey CoastlinePresident Barack Obama tried his hand at arcade football and joked Tuesday with Gov. Chris Christie, declaring the Jersey Shore is back seven months after Superstorm Sandy bore down on its famed boardwalks and seaside towns.
Corbett Says Latino Comment Taken Out Of ContextGov. Tom Corbett defended a comment he made last week that he had no Latinos on his staff, saying Wednesday that it had been taken out of context to hurt him politically.
Life After Sandy: Some Face Prospect Of Being Homeless AgainFor towns still recovering from Sandy, the surge in summer business isn't all good news.
Car Gets Flipped Over In West Chester After A PartyIt was a chaotic scene near the West Chester University campus Saturday afternoon when a group of partygoers flipped a vehicle onto its side.
Six Months Later, Jersey Shore Still Dealing With Life After Hurricane Sandy Six months have come and gone since Hurricane Sandy hit the Jersey shore, and in some places the recovery and rebuilding is nearly complete a month before Memorial Day.
Security Tightened At Penn RelaysThe Penn Relays are only days away, but Boston is still on everyone's mind.