Airport, Train Stations Packed With Travelers And Security For Thanksgiving RushGetting around safely, a concern for many trying to get to their Thanksgiving destination.
Worldwide Alert Could Have Huge Impact On Holiday TravelThe U.S. State Department has issued a worldwide travel alert urging Americans to exercise vigilance amid rising terror threats. It's a warning that travelers at Philadelphia International Airport are heeding.
Report Ranks Worst Traffic Bottlenecks In The CountryA new report from the American Highway Users Alliance called "Unclogging America's Arteries" ranks the 50 worst traffic bottlenecks in the country.
Search Intensifies For Cheltenham Native, Maryland College Student Who May Have GunClasses are canceled at a small college in Maryland for a third straight day because of a missing student, a Cheltenham native, who may be armed, officials say.
Study: Coffee Drinking Linked To Longer LifeIt shows that regular coffee drinkers have a lower risk of early death.
Senator Casey Helps Serve Breakfast To Those Who Served Our CountryDozens of homeless veterans received a free breakfast Wednesday morning in North Philadelphia. Senator Bob Casey manned the griddle, dished out pancakes and offered his thanks.
Montgomery County Man Wins World Series Of Poker, MillionsJoe McKeehen cashed out with $7.7 million. The 24-year-old North Wales native took home the top prize at the tournament finale in Las Vegas Tuesday night.
Temple Fox School Of Business Ranked 8th For EntrepreneurshipFox School Dean Dr. Moshe Porat says they've been ranked before but not like this.
SEPTA Keeps Food Drive Rolling One More DayThe "Stop Hunger at Your Station" campaign was supposed to end this past Friday, but SEPTA hopes a visit to the grocery store over the weekend for passengers leads to extra donations for Philabundance today.
Month Long Celebration Of Italian Culture Wraps Up This WeekThere's an Italian Cinema Night at Widener University on Wednesday. On Friday, it's a Wine and Cheese tasting at Drexel.
Ramsey Offers Condolences To NYPD Over Slain OfficerAs New York City's Police Department mourns the fourth officer killed in the line of duty in 11 months, Philadelphia's outgoing Commissioner offered his condolences over a situation he's all too familiar with.
Group Honors Columbus While Recognizing A Complicated HistoryThere were two wreath laying ceremonies to commemorate Columbus Day in the city this morning.