Kenney's Plan To Renovate City Facilities Set For Preliminary Vote In City CouncilPhiladelphia City Council will meet before its regular session on Thursday to take action on bills that would clear the way for a massive facility renovation project known as "Rebuild."
Councilman David Oh Glad To Be Back To Work After StabbingCouncilman David Oh details being stabbed outside his home last week and tells Chris Stigall he is already to get back to work.
Electric Vehicle Legislation Sparks Tension At City CouncilElectric car owners squared off against their neighbors in Philadelphia city council, today, over a bill that would end electric-car-only parking spaces in the city.
City Council Passes Increases In Fees For Local BusinessesPhiladelphia city council, today, raised fees for dozens of kinds of licenses and permits needed to do business in the city, and only one council member voted against the fee hikes.
City Council Begins Budget Hearings Amid Many UncertaintiesPhiladelphia city council began their annual grilling of budget officials, Tuesday, in the first day of budget hearings, But some of the biggest concerns were outside the city's control.
City Councilwoman Fighting For Retirement Security MeasureCouncilwoman Cherelle Parker hopes they'll reconsider a measure that could bring retirement security to many Philadelphians.
David Cohen Takes On Philadelphia's Wage Discrimination BillDavid Cohen explains why Comcast opposes Philadelphia's wage discrimination bill.
Philadelphia City Council Committee Passes Bills To Reduce Lead Exposure In KidsA Philadelphia City Council committee passed a package of bills on Wednesday designed to reduce lead exposure in children.
Food Truck Owner: City Councilwoman Threatened Us Over Our NameAlanna Li says she was threatened by a City Councilwoman over the name of her food truck.
Back To Work For Philadelphia City CouncilPhiladelphia City Council returns to session Thursday after a twelve-week summer break.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | May 26Chris discussed the State Department Inspector General's report on Hillary Clinton's email server, the status of Philadelphia's soda tax proposal and Donald Trump's appearance with Jimmy Kimmel.
New Details Emerge About Proposed Soda Tax During City Council Budget HearingsThe Kenney Administration is expecting a legal challenge to the sugary beverage tax it has proposed, and, if it loses, the tax would be levied at the point of sale, not on the distributor.