Eye 3 Yellow 3d 2 new logo Philly_KYW_new Philly_94WIP_new CBS Sports Radio 610 Philly_WPHT_new
NOW LIVE: Talk Philly: Watch Live Stream

Pat Loeb

(Surveillance video image  provided by Phila. PD)

3 Officially Charged In Connection To Brick Attack On Temple U. Student

Police detectives said they were questioning the girls, whom they believe are responsible for at least three assaults along North 17th Street in North Philadelphia, just off the Temple campus.


(credit: CBS 3)

Health Insurance Sign Up Inches Closer To Deadline

The deadline to get health insurance under the Affordable Care Act is just one week away and health care advocates are pulling out the stops to get people signed up.


Temple Campus (File photo)

Popular Idea-Sharing Event Returns To Philadelphia

The popular speakers event “Ted X” returns to Philadelphia this week, after a three-year hiatus.


(Credit: Thinkstock)

Report: Tax Breaks Lowering PA’s Corporate Tax Rate

A report shows how tax breaks lower payments by the state’s largest corporations.


(Credit: JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images)

Project To Make New Jersey Leader In Off-Shore Wind Energy Gets Rejected

South Jersey officials and environmentalists are scratching their head over this week’s decision by the Board of Public Utilities to reject a wind farm off of Atlantic City.


Philadelphia School District

Philadelphia School District Opening 3 New High Schools Next Fall

In preparation, the district is encouraging eighth-graders and their parents to take a look.


(Bondine High School, in 2006 file photo.)

Amid Phila. School Budget Woes, World Affairs Council Severs From Bodine H.S.

The Philadelphia school district’s international magnet school, Bodine High School for International Affairs, is named for the World Affairs Council chairman who helped start it in 1981.


Photo Credit: Free Library of Philadelphia

One Book, One Philadelphia Concludes At Main Free Library Branch

The author of this year’s selection will be on hand for one last discussion.


(US Rep. Chaka Fattah, D-Pa., addresses an Affordable Care Act signup rally in Love Park.  Photo by Pat Loeb)

Organizers Urging Philadelphians To Beat Obamacare Signup Deadline

Philadelphia has one of the highest rates of signup, but advocates are not resting until the March 31st deadline passes.


(credit: CBS3)

Philadelphia Non-Profit Offers Help As Winter Utility Shut-Off Moratorium Nears End

The Utility Emergency Services Fund is a 30-year-old program to help families pay off utility bills and keep the lights on.


(File photo by Ed Fischer)

Lines Drawn Over White House Plan To Allow Overtime Pay For Salaried Workers

“We have about 60 employees that would be impacted by this rule change,” says a Jersey shore hotel owner, “and it’s not just a snap, crackle, pop for us to solve for that without looking at the number of people we’re employing and how we would recalibrate.”


(The US government's web site with official information about the new health care law is at healthcare.gov.)

Insurers, Advocates Step Up Health Care Enrollment Events As Deadline Nears

Events are scheduled throughout the region up to the deadline, March 31st.


(credit: Pat Loeb/KYW)

Panel Debates Affordable Care Act In Philadelphia

KYW’s Pat Loeb reports the speakers agreed more than they disagreed.


(The US government's web site with official information about the new health care law is at healthcare.gov.)

Nearly 160K Pennsylvanians Enrolled In Health Insurance Through February

February enrollment brings the number of previously uninsured Pennsylvanians, now enrolled in plans through healthcare.gov, to nearly 160,000.


(File photo.  Credit: CBS-3)

Mom in SEPTA Bus Video Indicates Daughter May Be In Protective Custody

The video posted last Thursday has drawn critical comments by those outraged at the sight of the little girl trying to hold her mother’s head up as the woman folds into an intermittent stupor.