The workers replaced aluminum poles with new, safer fiberglass poles that do not conduct electricity.
A CBS 3 I-Team Exclusive Report reveals a city worker was treated for non-life threatening injuries at Hahnemann Hospital after being jolted with electricity when he came into contact with an overhead light pole
Logan says he was among four firefighters ordered onto the floor by Jordan, who fired a shot into the wall, six inches away, telling his hostages,”next time I won’t miss.”
The wife and brother of convicted police killer Mumia Abu Jamal say the convicted police killer is suffering from diabetic shock in the Intensive Care Unit of a Pottsville Hospital.
Radnor Police say the unusual headgear worn by an accused armed robber helped lead to his arrest for the May 22, 2014 armed robbery of an A Plus Mini Mart in Wayne.
Federal agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms have now joined Philadelphia Fire Department investigators looking for the cause of a destructive 3-alarm fire
Philadelphia Police say a bank robbery suspect had no idea that while he tried to make his escape from a bank robbery, there was a GPS chip tracking his every movement.
PGW officials say a break in a six inch cast iron gas main caused a leak leading to an explosion inside a two-story apartment house at 7912 Ardleigh Street in Chestnut Hill around 1:30 this morning.
Philadelphia police have charged a suspect in the alleged sexual assault of a woman at SEPTA’s Jefferson Station.
On Wednesday evening, Police Superintendent Mike McGrath stepped before cameras, saying that the stopping of the two snow shovelers yesterday and two others in the same neighborhood had nothing to do with racial profiling.
A former Philadelphia homicide detective is facing charges after he allegedly interfered with a murder investigation involving his girlfriend.
A CBS3 I-Team Investigation got answers about how scores of riders on dirt bikes and ATVs were able to race through city streets for nearly three hours Tuesday afternoon, ignoring traffic laws and putting pedestrians and other drivers in danger.
But at the same time, Nutter cautioned residents about becoming alarmed.
I-Team Exclusive: New Steps To Protect Philadelphia First Responders Against Patients Suspected Of Having Ebola
A Philadelphia Fire Department memo obtained by the CBS 3 I-team now reveals new steps being taken to protect medics and firefighters who might answer calls to help patients suspected of having the Ebola virus.
Police say last April, Patricia Davenport took her 15-year-old daughter into the kitchen of the Harleysville apartment where they formerly lived, introducing her to the deadly drug heroin, which she snorted.