A 90-year-old man has been jailed on charges he punched a state trooper called to the man’s western Pennsylvania home to check on the welfare of a woman who lived there.
The ruddy-cheeked, camouflage-clad boy in the photo smiles out from behind a pair of glasses, proudly holding a gun his father gave him as a present for his upcoming 11th birthday.
The article, titled “Being White in Philly,” features a series of interviews with anonymous white residents from different areas of the city who share stories about their interaction with black residents.
A Greyhound bus enroute from Atlantic City to New York was forced to pull over Friday after the discovery of cockroaches.
For most travelers, taking pictures is part of having a good trip. But for one frequent flier, taking a photo caused some turbulence he didn’t quite expect. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has the details.
Charges have been filed against the couple that took police on a wild chase involving two stolen police cars in two separate states.
A financial expert says it’s not a good idea. “You’ll have to pay a 10-percent penalty and income taxes so you’re actually having some of your savings eaten up by the penalties and taxes.”
Sixty-seven-year-old Charles Sherd has lived in his home on Cantrell Street in South Philadelphia for more than 35 years.
Police say a Lancaster County woman used a decorative spear to stab her roommate as the two argued about wasting electricity.
A worker is dead after falling into a vat at the CSC Sugar plant in Falls Township, Bucks County Monday afternoon.
At 74-percent its the he highest of any New Jersey Governor in the 17 years that Quinnipiac has been polling the state.
Teenagers are prolific texters. But now’s there’s evidence that they are even doing it in their sleep.
Doctors who discovered the disease say it’s like your brain is on fire. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl says it all starts with personality changes.
Mercer County officials say more than 2,500 weapons were turned in for cash during a two-day gun buyback program in the state’s capital.
As the sun came up over Seaside Heights, the damage from Superstorm Sandy was hard to miss. There’s still a lot of work to be done in this popular resort town, but Monday marked a major step in Seaside Height’s recovery.