As part of its yearlong 50th anniversary celebration, SEPTA dusted off and showcased a bus from 1970 Thursday.
A world-renowned artist is going head-to-head with the City of Philadelphia to save what he calls his “dream studio” in Mantua.
A 30-year-old Philadelphia man has been sentenced to at least 35 years in prison for a series of rapes.
A young Maryland man was sentenced Thursday for his role in the federal terror case involving a local woman known as Jihad Jane.
Visit these Philly hangouts to hang with the non-conformists of the city.
A visit to Philadelphia doesn’t have to break the bank. There are lots of free tours visitors can take advantage of to get a taste of what the city has to offer.
The Department of Revenue revoked the business license of Blasius Chocolate Factory.
KYW’s Tony Hanson reports the defendant, from Philadelphia, allegedly used force and threats to control his prostitutes, including a girl who was just 16-years-old at the time.
Mayor Nutter joined a coalition of anti-gun groups today to help launch a new initiative to reduce gun violence.
The feuding owners fighting for control of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News now know more about a potential third bidder, the Newspaper Guild. It represents reporters, photographers and others.
Musicians from the Philadelphia Jazz Project held a jazz flash mob at Reading Terminal Market on Wednesday afternoon.
Members of the Korean community in Philadelphia are expressing shock over the sinking of a South Korean ferry with hundreds of high school students on board.
In a show of sisterly love, CBS3 reporters are donating gently used shoes to some local teens.
Mayor Michael Nutter signed an executive order today that changes Philadelphia’s policy on immigration and customs enforcement detainers, known as ICE holds. Immigration advocates are calling the new policy is one of the most progressive in the country.
Pavement repairs will be done in the construction zones at Cottman Avenue (Route 73) and Girard Avenue interchanges.