The overenrolled Walter D. Palmer Leadership Learning Partners Charter School is holding a Thursday evening lottery to decide which students will stay and which will have to go.
The 2014 Hispanic Choice Awards are Saturday, October 11 and they are celebrating the best and the brightest in the Latino community.
Police commissioner Charles Ramsey says they don’t take this type of incident lightly.
It was a surprise hero’s welcome for a World War II veteran who doesn’t think he’s a hero at all.
In Limerick, Montgomery County powerful winds are being blamed for knocking down a tree on top of a home. It was around 7:20 p.m. when the single family home damaged. Fortunately no one was there at the time.
The officers used some boards just to get to Pluto, a 13-year-old Australian Sheppard that had been missing for two and half days.
Police are investigating after a person was stabbed inside of a home on the 4800 block of Benner Street in the city’s Tacony section Thursday.
The City of Philadelphia is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect wanted for a series of robberies/purse snatches in the Overbrook section of the city.
Volunteers, firefighters and people in the West Conshohocken Department of Public Works spent their Monday night in the bitter cold.
If you’re home is without power it depends on which power line is damaged that counts.
CBS 3 has learned Philadelphia Police are questioning a person of interest in connection with a violent robbery spree targeting women.
This bitter blast of cold weather is also wreaking havoc on roads, homes and pipes. CBS 3’s Todd Quinones tell us what we need to do to protect our property from damage.
As these exclusive videos show, the transformer turned into a ball of fire that scared residents and knocked out power as neighbors scrambled to get help.
Only Friday morning things weren’t so typical as the geese on the pond caught the 9-month-old puppy’s eye.
With the recent shootings at LAX and the D.C. Naval Yard, security expert and former New Jersey State Trooper Dennis Tully says it’s imperative people run, even scream, if they’re ever faced with a mass shooting scenario.