Pomeranian Dog Stolen During Burglary Of Philadelphia HomeIt’s one thing to steal someone’s television; that can be replaced. But it’s another thing to also swipe someone’s dog during a home burglary.
Social Media Today: LinkedIn Redesign, New Facebook Pages, Xbox gets social KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what's trending around the region and the world.
Meek Mill Makes It A Great Holiday For Some Local YoungstersMeek Mill delivered some awesome gifts to youngsters in Southwest Philadelphia.
3 On Your Side: Consumer Reports Rates Interactive Fitness GamesToo hot to go outside? Sick of the gym? Fitness video games offer a workout in the comfort of your own home. But do they work and which one is right for you?
NFL, XBox, Enhancing Interactive TV ViewingThe NFL and Microsoft, through its next generation Xbox device, are combining to upgrade interactive TV viewing of pro football games in a multiyear agreement announced Tuesday.
3 Sought In Home Invasion Of 55-Year-Old Man In Philadelphia The incident occurred on May 3rd at 10 p.m. at an apartment building in the 6600 block of 12th Street in the East Oak Lane section of the city.
Police: Tips Via Social Media Led To Arrest Of Suspects Wanted For South Jersey K-Mart RobberyThe suspects, a male and a female, also had a child with them, when they allegedly dismantled a locked display case in the store and stole $1,444.64 in game consoles.
Pennsylvania Home Invasion Victim Gets Help Over Xbox Headset Police say a Pennsylvania man used his Xbox headphones to call for help after being bound with duct tape and menaced with a gun during a home invasion.
Bastion AppBastion was a smash hit last year on the Xbox 360 – and I'm happy to report, it's just as good on the iPad.
Handgun Among Items Stolen In Montgomery County Home BurglariesPolice in a small Montgomery County town are investigating two home burglaries that have occurred in the past five days.
Move-In Day At Temple University: Now It's A High-Tech EventClothing and linens are "must haves" on moving-in day, but today's tech savvy freshmen also bring along their electronics.