Regional Rail employees represented by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen walked off the job in June, but were forced back one day later, after a presidential emergency board was convened.
Despite casino closures, Atlantic City is still a destination that draws 25 million visitors a year.
Columbus, Birmingham and Phoenix join Philadelphia and New York as finalists to host the convention.
Police say a shooting in South Philadelphia left two people dead Sunday morning.
Philadelphia Police say a mentally challenged teenager who went missing Saturday has been found.
One day after Governor Corbett was in town to announce an advance of funds for the troubled School District of Philadelphia, his Democratic opponent in the upcoming election, Tom Wolf, made a campaign stop in Northeast Philadelphia.
Volunteer Nortavian Rogers, with recent tragedies in the city involving kids on his mind, looked around and felt some hope.
In the past few weeks, Philadelphia Police have been able to identify and arrest suspects in two homicide cases involving young children. Investigators give credit to community members who weren’t afraid to talk, and they’re hoping that cooperation continues.
The Philadelphia Police department has released the mug shot of Douglas Woods, the suspect charged in the Grays Ferry shooting on Friday night that left a 3-year-old dead.
A confrontation inside an Upper Darby Wawa sent one man to the hospital and police looking for the man who they say knocked him out. Authorities say the suspect went too far trying to protect his daughter’s honor.
Worshipers and clergy at a Northern Liberties Ukrainian Church offered their prayers to the victims of the Malaysian plane.
A new mural, honoring the life of a slain Philadelphia police officer, was dedicated Wednesday evening. It is a fitting tribute in a Northeast Philadelphia rec center that meant so much to the officer and his family.
Thousands are without power with severe weather in our area.
Sanyeah reflects on a letter from the Mayor, who expressed sadness, sympathy and said firefighters did everything they could to save lives and the city would fully investigate the blaze. Sanyeah, still grieving, spent an hour meeting with Deputy Mayor Everett Gillison, which he calls positive.
Five area high schoolers, interning with the non-profit Philadelphia Youth Network, are in Washington D.C. for a Student Leaders Summit.