NOW LIVE: Eyewitness News
Target To Pay $18M Following 2013 Data BreachMore than 100 million pieces of credit card or personal information from Target customers nationwide were stolen by hackers.
Woman Sues Target After 2-Ton Red Concrete Ball Crashes Into CarThe lawsuit cites a security video captured Nov. 22 which allegedly shows the ball getting loose at a New Jersey store after being grazed by a pickup truck.
Target Recalls Easter Toys Due To 'Serious Ingestion Hazard'The retailer Target is recalling more than 560,000 water-absorbing Easter egg and dinosaur toys due to a "serious ingestion hazard," the US Consumer Product Safety Commission said Thursday.
Target To Open Scaled-Down Store In Northern LibertiesTarget has announced plans to open a 47,000 square foot store on Spring Garden Street in Northern Liberties, next door to Yards Brewery.
Man Accused Of Plotting To Blow Up Several East Coast Target Stores To Lower Company's Stock ValueMark Charles Barnett, a registered sex offender in Florida, faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.
Target Recalls Menorahs Due To Melting HazardTarget is reminding shoppers about previously recalled menorahs due to a melting hazard.
Target Removes Clown Masks After Series Of Creepy Clown SightingsScary clowns have gotten a little too real for Target.
Target To Hire More Than 70,000 For Holiday SeasonIt also plans to hire an additional 7,500 people for its distribution facilities.
Target's $20 Million Answer To Transgender Bathroom BoycottTarget has decided to expand its use of a third, single-toilet bathroom at all of its stores, which can be locked by users.
Suspect Arrested After Incident In Target Store's Unisex Changing RoomA man was arrested and taken into custody following an incident in a Boston-area Target store.
Target Prepares For Grand Opening In Center City Next MonthA scaled down Target store known as a flexible format store opens along Chestnut Street near 11th Street on July 20th.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | May 18Chris discussed last night's presidential primaries in Kentucky and Oregon, Megyn Kelly's interview with Donald Trump, and the Sixers winning the NBA Draft Lottery. He spoke with the CEO and President of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, Stephen Klasko, about his new book, We Can Fix Healthcare at 7:20 and Victor Fiorillo from Philadelphia Magazine about the NTSB ruling on last year's Amtrak train derailment at 8:00.

More From CBS Philly

Kayak Getaway
Getaway Guide To City Bus And Boat Tours

Watch & Listen LIVE