Harold Sampson celebrated his 76th birthday with a long walk to the 76ers game.
Escape the winter weather by thinking about summer camp options at the MetroKids Summer Camp Fair or learn more about Scottish culture at the Up Helly AA Day celebration at the Garden State Discovery Museum, along with lots more for the whole family!
A college student detained at an airport for five hours in 2009 over Arabic language flashcards in his pocket that included the words “bomb” and “to kill” has won a $25,000 settlement from the Justice Department.
An 11-year-old girl was killed and two others, including the victim’s mother, were injured in head-on crash in Philadelphia Friday morning, police said.
We are now under 24 hours away from our next big storm, and the big picture is becoming clear on what we can expect.
Enjoy an affordable lunch in Philly’s Midtown at one of these spots.
Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
The Barnes Foundation is staging a party for the young professionals of Philadelphia on Friday, January 30th. It’s mixing a unique exhibit with the jazz music of vaudeville.
Philadelphia Police say a teen with autism who was reported missing Thursday afternoon has been found.
Joseph Waters Jr. has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for using his position to help influence two cases being handled by other judges.
A former Philadelphia homicide detective is facing charges after he allegedly interfered with a murder investigation involving his girlfriend.
It was announced Thursday morning that Billy Joel will be returning to Philadelphia this summer for a concert at Citizens Bank Park.
Each weekend, the CBS 3 sports department puts together our half hour “Sports Zone” show, which airs right after the news on Sunday night. We invite guests to our studios to talk about the Eagles, Phillies, Flyers, Sixers, and whatever else is going on in local sports.
Dive deep into the culture of China by visiting one of America’s finest Chinatowns. Many of these communities were established by early immigrants looking for a place to feel like they are back home.
If you happen to be a cowboy or cowgirl living in Philadelphia, there’s a country-western bar waiting for you.