A group of students from Global Leadership Academy Charter School hit the road Sunday for a week-long trip down south to bring civil rights history to life.
Philly’s bike share program officially gets rolling this afternoon.
Hopping on a bus parked on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the fifty men and women say they are young professionals rallying for fair education funding for Philadelphia schools.
It is the 45th anniversary of Earth Day and an area environmental leader is reflecting on the strides made in protecting the planet through the years along with the major issues like climate change that still need to be addressed.
Police say it all started around 2 a.m. near 48th and Parrish Streets in the Mill Creek section of the city.
Mayor Nutter and city law enforcement officials today marked the end of a 30-day mourning period for Sgt. Robert Wilson III, killed last month in the line of the duty.
A motorcyclist is now in custody after leading police on a chase on the Schuylkill Expressway overnight.
Hundreds of Philadelphia International airport workers are picketing this morning as they continue to seek better pay and improved conditions.
SWAT Teams surrounded an Upper Darby home after authorities say a man barricaded himself after shooting his neighbor.
Officials with the GameStop game retailer are joining the effort to collect money for the fallen officer’s family.
Road crews were back at it again Sunday preparing for yet another round of snow, sleet and freezing rain expected to makes it way across the Philadelphia region.
Temperatures were up Sunday but were expected to slide back down at night. That had road crews working to prevent a big refreeze and officials in Philadelphia asking residents to do their part.
Spring training is here, and Phillies ace Cole Hamels is ready to go — not just on the mound, but elsewhere.
A President’s Day promotion for the Wilmington Blue Rocks said that tickets would go on sale at a price based on this morning’s outdoor temperature in Wilmington.
You could be throwing money away if you don’t check your lottery tickets. Believe it or not, lottery officials say each year, $2-billion in prize money is left unclaimed.