Winter weather is coming, despite your Super Bowl plans. But PennDOT crews aren’t waiting on the sideline. They’ve already jumped into action.
Rich covered Mitt Romney’s decision not to run for President next year, Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord’s resignation, and Seattle Seahawk Richard Sherman’s Super Bowl Sunday dilemma.
On the field “Beast Mode” roams free without any natural predators, but off of the gridiron Lynch and his “Beast Mode” nickname are preparing for a legal battle that they might not be able shake off.
Katy Perry says her Super Bowl halftime performance will make you “Roar” — with animals.
This week, a new pop princess was crowned and a band just lost a member.
Rich assessed President Obama’s disagreements with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, University policies addressing sexual assault on campus, and a domestic violence that will air during the Super Bowl. He talked to Dr. Katie Schultes about the damage being done to children by parents who do not vaccinate their children.
Now that winter storm Juno has come and gone. we can once again focus on the things that matter in life – like the Super Bowl.
Here’s what the dream Katy Perry’s Super Bowl Halftime Show set list should look like.
CBS’ E.S.P. has put together a list of game day essentials to secure your place as the Big Game Guru.
Hadas reports this week on a new burger stand in Reading Terminal Market with a charitable mission, a pop-up beer garden coming to center city Philadelphia in conjunction with the Flower Show, and tips for what to serve at your Super Bowl party.
Rich covered the cost associated with shutting down cities for this week’s storm, police cracking down on kids shoveling snow, and President Obama’s trip to Saudi Arabia. He also talked with Stephen Martin from General Motors, David Harsanyi from the Federalist, and William Harner, Superintendent of the Quakertown School District.
Watch 94WIP’s Howard Eskin try to crack Marshawn Lynch.
Marshawn Lynch will reportedly face a fine for wearing his “BeastMode” hat at Media Day.
February may be the peak of the winter blues with plenty of snow and lovesick couples to go around, but the month also has something else to offer that should cheer even the most sour spirits up.
A Boston reporter asks Bill Belichick if he needs anyone murdered at Super Bowl media day.