“The issues today, of cyberbullying and hate speech and harassment, they present real challenges,” said Judge Marjorie Rendell, who knows about challenging First Amendment issues.
KYW’s Pat Loeb reports that’s not necessarily bad news.
The program includes beauty makeovers, costume photo booths, magicians, a scavenger hunt and if you’d rather just read, a virtual library.
The average American adult sits eight hours a day, a statistic related to a host of health problems, including early death. Now, a King of Prussia company has developed the sitNcycle to combat the problem.
Commissioner Derrick Sawyer says fire fighters were called to the 6500 block of Gesner Street at 2:45 a.m. Saturday and found the blaze had already spread.
The Delaware River Port Authority knows its recent capital projects have customers steaming, so it thought a small fix in the underground Philadelphia stations might cool them off.
David La Torre, a donor to Pennsylvania lieutenant governor Jim Cawley (who is also DRPA chair), says he’s ready for this new challenge.
Septa officials say drivers are taking the new bus for test runs, to make sure all the bugs are worked out. Earlier glitches included the wrong seats and mismatched paint.
It was a scary ride for passengers on a United Express flight headed from Washington, D.C. to Burlington, Vermont, on Wednesday morning.
Philadelphia marked the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by unveiling a new exhibit today at Philadelphia International Airport.
“I do believe we have the ability to do something about this,” Booker says of Congress.
Dr. Donald Schwarz (photo) served as health commissioner and Anne Marie Ambrose was the commissioner of human services.
More than four-thousand former players are seeking compensation, claiming the NFL knew and hid the danger of repeated concussions.
Nearly 40 students from Youth United for Change will attend the “Freedom 50″ conference, honoring the civil rights workers who signed up African-American voters in 1964, including the three who were murdered by the Ku Klux Klan.
Pennsylvania has the nation’s seventh-highest volume of toxic chemicals being released into its waterways, according to a new report. New Jersey ranks 14th. Now, a coalition of environmental groups is urging greater protection for local waterways.