A new Greek “taverna” in Radnor, a hangout for Temple University students in North Philadelphia, and a promotional event for Sugarhouse Casino are on this week’s “What’s Cooking” agenda.
Students now have some new options when applying to the school.
Chris asks if impeaching President Obama is the best way forward for Republicans and reviews the case of a man who punched someone for ogling his daughter. He took calls on Temple’s decision to make test scores optional and he talked to Congressman Pat Meehan about the latest on the VA at 8:20.
A scientific first from Philadelphia, that could pave the way toward curing HIV. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the breakthrough.
A group of middle school students, at Temple University for a two-week science camp, were playing the role of NASA engineers.
Given the recent collapse of several row homes in the City’s Cobbs Creek neighborhood, local experts want to make sure homeowners know what to look for before a collapse happens.
While the Sixers are in the midst of competing in the Orlando Pro Summer League, the team has announced their invitees for their camp due to take place prior to the Samsung NBA Summer League in Vegas. There are several local players that will get a shot to test their luck in Las Vegas with the Sixers.
Former Temple basketball player Rick Brunson has reportedly been arrested and the incident could keep him from joining the school’s coaching staff.
The $30-million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will bring 300 new or renovated homes to a half-square mile around Temple University.
Teens from all over the city gathered at Temple University Wednesday for a unique conference. It was designed to keep them focused on the future.
The school district is selling the William Penn High School building to Temple University for $15 million.
The DA says the passage of time has made a new case too difficult to prosecute, so the charges against Eugene Gilyard and Lance Felder are being dropped.
Axis Philly was a non-profit run by Temple University’s Center for Public Interest Journalism.
The conference brings together academics and government drug policy officials to examine prescription drug abuse among college students.
“It’s kind of a double-edge sword,” says Paula Nagle of the Marshall Financial Group, based in Doylestown.