Car Crash Deaths Labor Day Weekend Could Be Highest In YearsOfficials predict nearly 450 people will be killed during the holiday weekend.
Wine Popping Up In Pennsylvania Grocery StoresWe haven't seen this since prohibition.
Summer Food Drive Delivers Tons Of Goods To Children In NeedA summer-long food and book drive has ended with volunteers dropping off the bounty for hundreds of children and adults.
Hundreds Of Teens Find Work Through Philly's Summer Jobs ProgramDozens gathered for the Urban Affairs Coalition's annual ceremony that honors the students who take part in its summer jobs program.
'I'm Leaving The Democratic Party'...Last Day Of DNC Brings Final Tour Of ProtestsBefore exiting Philadelphia, Occupy DNC organized a Demexit party in Center City.
Wounds Still Fresh For Disappointed Bernie Sanders SupportersWith their candidate out of the race, Sanders supporters tried to get their bearings and figure out where they go from here.
Protesters Take To The Streets Despite The HeatThousands of demonstrators braved the blazing heat and humidity for a march down Broad Street to FDR Park.
Proposal To Pay For New Scudder Falls Bridge With Tolls Picks Up SpeedThe Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission is holding six public hearings this summer on a plan to build a new Scudder Falls Bridge.
PCA Opens Hotline Helping People Beat The HeatThe Philadelphia Corporation for Aging is offering help and advice.
Bucks County Officials, Volunteers Tackle Growing Cat Problem In Core Creek ParkOfficials and volunteers in Bucks County believe they have solved the cat problem that has plagued Core Creek Park in Middletown Township for years.
Records Unsealed: Could Reveal More Of Claim Boy Told Paterno Of AbuseJoe Paterno apparently knew that Jerry Sandusky was sexually abusing underage boys as early as 1976.
PA Attorney General's Office Busts Major Drug RingThe Pennsylvania Attorney General's office has arrested 18 people allegedly involved in a coast-to-coast, multi-million dollar drug and money laundering operation.