Officials directed 17 people to leave their homes on Snyder Avenue around 2:40am because of a leak in a 4 inch gas main.
The blaze was placed under control shortly before 3:20am.
With the pressure off, Philadelphia String Band Association President Tom Loomis says the performers will be able interact more with the Broad street crowd.
Police say a man is in critical condition after he was stabbed in front a restaurant Saturday afternoon in South Philadelphia.
The defendants were acquitted of ticket fixing conspiracy, but convicted of lying to authorities about their actions.
Friday night, she confirmed to CBS 3 Eyewitness News Louie has been found safe.
Philadelphia police are searching for the female who was caught on tape stealing a package that was delivered to a home.
The group is called Project 250, for the 250 meter hardwood track that would go inside the proposed velodrome. Detailed plans to be presented to the Parks and Recreation Commission, next month, call for a swooping, oval, structure to be built on four acres at the east side of the park, along Broad Street.
LIVE! Hotel & Casino received the second casino license in Philadelphia.
It happened around 2:40 a.m. Sunday near the intersection of Columbus Boulevard and Oregon Avenue in the city’s Moyamensing section.
It happened around 7:15 p.m. Wednesday at the 600 block of Winton Street.
A doctor who just happened to have the night off may have saved his friends’ lives. Carbon monoxide levels were so high one roommate could hardly talk.
And for the first time in 70 years, two of the war’s oldest veterans, in one of the most harrowing battles, were together again — shaking hands for first time.
Forty-eight hours after he was trapped inside his burning patrol car following an accident on a South Philadelphia street, Officer Mark Kimsey, walking on crutches, his girlfriend at his side, returned to the 17th Police District to tell his remarkable story of survival — and the two Good Samaritans who saved his life.
Cheesesteaks, Billy Penn and the American flag…they’re about as Philadelphia as it gets. But what about the woman who sewed that flag?