Walt Hunter Previews What Is To Come In Cosby ProceedingsWalt Hunter tells Chris Stigall he expects Bill Cosby's lawyers to argue against allowing other Cosby accusers to testify in his trial on sexual assault allegations from 2004.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | May 25Chris reviewed a judges decision that Bill Cosby will face trial for an alleged sexual assault in 2004, Donald Trump's rally in New Mexico, and more millennials living with their parents than anywhere else. He talked with CBS 3 Reporter Walt Hunter, who is retiring today, about the Cosby trial at 7:00 and Patrick Kerkstra from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00 about Mayor Jim Kenney being attacked by one of his primary opponents.
Reward Offer Doubled In Chester Triple Shooting, Victim Speaks OutA reward of $10,000 is now being offered for information on the gunmen who opened fire Saturday night on a Chester street corner.
Veteran CBS3 Reporter Walt Hunter To Retire This WeekOn Wednesday, Walt Hunter will report his final story for CBS 3.
Officials Release Never Before Seen Photos Of Damaged SEPTA TrainSepta has now released, for the first time, a series of pictures showing damage to one of its trains pelted by a hail of rocks.
Longport Launches Cancer Protection Device You Can WearLongport gives out free wristbands designed to warn you about the dangers of sun and deadly melanoma cancer.
Citizens Crime Commission Honors Officers, Civilians At Annual LuncheonThe Citizens Crime Commission honored the bravest of the brave Wednesday during its 35th annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Day luncheon.
Philadelphia's New Fire Commissioner Adam Thiel Sworn InAdam Thiel took the oath of office, becoming Philadelphia’s new Fire Commissioner at 10:30 a.m. on Monday morning.
Walt Hunter Receives Honorary Degree From Local UniversityWalt also addressed the Immaculata University class of 2016.
$7.25 Million Settlement Agreed To For Rodin Museum FallEngineer Phani Guthula fell through a glass floor at the Rodin Museum and the museum has agreed to a multi-million dollar settlement.
Schuylkill River In Dire Straits After Dredging Is Delayed By Tight BudgetsThe river, from boathouse row to the twin bridges in East Falls, is so clogged with sediment that boats soon may not be able to safely row.
Officials Release New Information On PA Turnpike Brick Throwing IncidentState police have released new information on a brick throwing incident that sent a tow truck driver to the hospital.