News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | April 13Chris broadcasted live from the Liberty USO at the Philadelphia International Airport for Volunteer Appreciation Month, learned about live streaming on Facebook and discussed Speaker of the House Paul Ryan announcing he is not interested in being the Republican party's nominee for President. He talked with the CEO of Philadelphia International Airport, Chellie Cameron, at 7:50 about hosting the Liberty USO, Patrick Kerkstra from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00 about the Pennsylvania Senate passing medical marijuana legislation, and Joe Brooks from the Liberty USO at 8:20 about National Volunteer Month.
Verizon Workers Go On Strike Amid Contract DisputeAbout 39,000 Verizon landline and cable workers on the East Coast walked off the job Wednesday morning after little progress in negotiations since their contract expired nearly eight months ago.
Verizon Landline Phone, Cable Workers Threaten StrikeUnions representing more than 36,000 Verizon landline phone and cable workers are threatening a strike.
Christie: NJ Transit Talks Won't Derail VacationChristie dismissed the notion that it might not look favorable if he was on vacation during the run-up to a possible strike.
Strike Deadline Could Impact Tenants Of Nearly 170 Office Buildings
Philly Soccer Show: Strike Concerns Cloud The Start To MLS SeasonWill MLS season start on time? And if it does, will the Philadelphia Union be ready? These are the questions we try to answer on the KYW Philly Soccer Show.
Baggage Handlers Go On Strike At PHLIt could be a rough morning for travelers at Philadelphia International Airport as some baggage handlers have pulled out the picket signs.
SEPTA, Union Reach Tentative 2-Year Deal, Avoiding A StrikeSEPTA officials joined leaders from Transport Workers Union Local 234 late Friday night to announce that a deal had finally been reached.
Commuters Await Word On Possible SEPTA StrikeSEPTA and TWU Local 234 negotiators have finished talking for the day, and will resume tomorrow, in efforts to head off a possible strike that would idle 5,000 workers on the city, suburban and frontier divisions, leaving nearly a million riders looking for another way to get where they are going.
SEPTA Union Leaders Speak Out About Possible StrikeA decision on whether to strike could come as soon as Friday.
Carpenters Locked Out Of Pa. Convention Center Since May Seek End To DisputeOn Wednesday, picketers were walking and making noise at the Convention Center's Broad and Cherry streets entrance.
Chestnut Hill Hospital Workers Strike For One DayMore than 100 workers at Chestnut Hill Hospital are holding a day-long strike as they advocate for higher wages.