A funeral is set for a western Pennsylvania teen who police say crashed into a tree while text-messaging hours after the state Senate approved a ban on the practice.
A bill that would authorize 19 more cities in Pennsylvania to install red-light cameras in an effort to improve traffic safety is headed to the state House.
Turbulent times continue for Philadelphia’s School Reform Commission, with the resignation of yet another member.
Chris talks to Seth Everett as the Phillies head into the playoffs, Daniel Bongino, as former Secret Service Agent now running for Senate as a Republican from Maryland and Saturday Night Live cast member turned children’s author, Molly Shannon.
Chris talks to Don Adams about the Tea Party event with John Bolton and Herman Cain on July 4th, Seth Everett about the Phillies series with the Red Sox and Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood about the flash mob that hit a Sears store on 69th Street.
New Jersey Senate Republicans are being asked to unite behind an education strategy that includes giving the Legislature power to determine school funding amounts even in poor districts.
Republicans challenged Carl Lewis’ state Senate candidacy, saying the nine-time Olympic medalist hasn’t lived in New Jersey for the required four years.
New Jersey’s state Senate is considering defying Gov. Chris Christie over his plans to regulate medical marijuana more strictly than lawmakers say they envisioned when they voted to allow pot for some patients.
Pat Toomey, the Republican conservative whose popularity scared Arlen Specter out of the GOP, was elected to Specter’s Senate seat Tuesday in one of the most hotly contested races in the nation.
Democrat Chris Coons is feeling humbled by his victory over Republican and tea party-backed Christine O’Donnell, but says now the hard work begins.
It looks like Pennsylvania’s Senate race is turning into a dead heat.
With two weeks and a day to go, the heat is on for the leaders and challengers in the local political races.
Christine O’Donnell is not a witch. That’s how Delaware’s Republican Senate candidate begins her first television commercial since winning a big upset in last month’s primary.
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