Fifty years ago, as an 11-year-old, it’s the place where she became a witness to the horrific.
Linwood Haith Jr., M.D., who is the medical director of the burn center at Crozer spoke with Pat about common burn injuries that occur this time of year. He also gave us some tools of […]
CBS 3’s Pat Ciarrocchi has the story of one local man who has found a new life thanks to professionals who wouldn’t give up.
At Drexel University, an exhibit created by 10 artists reveals how healing from combat doesn’t have to be solitary journey.
Birthdays have a way of making a little girl smile and feel like a princess, and for Skylynn Ippolito, today was her day.
Nearly two weeks ago, the main accuser against Father Robert Brennan died from an apparent overdose. His family gives CBS 3 Eyewitness an exclusive into the life of Sean, just hours before District Attorney Seth Williams announced charges will be withdrawn against Brennan.
He just blew out the candles on his 105th birthday cake, shared a kiss with his wife on their 70th wedding anniversary — and earned his high school diploma!
The Pope’s blunt words — calling for mercy on some of the most polarizing, moral issues of the day are getting wide attention from the people in the pews, to the priests on the altar.
In this Eyewitness News exclusive, Pat Ciarrocchi reports that with donations and determination, freshman class size is outpacing upperclassmen.
CBS 3’s Pat Ciarrocchi spoke exclusively to a top military general, now retired, who believes the Obama presidency is at a potentially dangerous crossroads.
An Austrian priest, described by some as a rebel, spoke in an exclusive Skype interview with CBS 3′s Pat Ciarrocchi.
It was strategic, on Patriot’s Day, at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Three people were killed, more than 150 wounded.
“He was first of all a great teacher. He was a great preacher of the word of God. He was a great pastor of the people,” Rigali said.
CBS 3 and The CW Philly 57 teamed up with its CBS RADIO sister stations today to wrap up the 24th annual Joy of Sharing toy campaign with a day-long toy collection and on-air fundraising effort that raised $212,000 for The Salvation Army to help families in need this holiday season. The stations also collected 5,000 toys in the last month for children in need.
News anchor Pat Ciarrocchi was chosen for a “Blue Sapphire Award” based on her commitment to delivering the news and for her extensive charity work to better the lives of women and children.