PA Year In Review: Email Scandal, Pope Visit, Amtrak crash Top Year's NewsAs the year ends, Attorney General Kathleen Kane is fighting charges she disclosed grand jury material to a reporter and lied about it under oath. She's also fighting to keep her job since the state Supreme Court suspended her law license and the Senate has taken steps to remove her.
Year In Review: Montgomery County Man Sentenced To Death In Killing Of Infant, GrandmotherA Montgomery County jury delivered two death sentences to a King of Prussia man who was convicted of murdering a ten month old girl and her grandmother during what prosecutors say was a kidnapping gone bad.
Bill Wine Picks the WORST Movies of 2012"These are the ten hours of my life I most vociferously want back!" -- Bill Wine.
Bill Wine's Top Ten Movies of 2012Before 2012 can disappear from our memory banks, how about a look back at the year’s most gratifying moviegoing experiences?
2012 Year in Review: 'Occupy' Convention in Philadelphia During July 4th Festivities Over the last Fourth of July weekend, Philadelphia was the place for a national gathering of the "Occupy" movement.
2012 Year in Review: Murder of Plymouth Twp. Officer Brad FoxThe law enforcement community in Montgomery County, Pa. was devastated this year when Plymouth Township police officer Bradley Fox was gunned down while chasing a suspect.
2012 Year in Review: The Jerry Sandusky Sex Crimes ScandalThe story was not only one of the biggest in 2012 nationally but also had lasting repercussions on Penn State University and several of its top officials.
2012 Year in Review: Mayor Nutter and Philadelphia City Council At Odds2012 brought the start of Michael Nutter's second term as mayor of Philadelphia, but his agenda was hindered by a combative City Council, which included six new members.
2012 Year in Review: 'Sandy' Slammed Pennsylvania, Too In this report we take a look at how Philadelphia and the suburbs weathered the superstorm.
2012 Year in Review: Rise in Human Trafficking in Our AreaExperts have expressed fear that Philadelphia's location and accessible transporation systems could make it a hub for this illegal activity.
2012 Year In Review: Death Of Philadelphia Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua Retired Philadelphia Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua, who figured prominently in two grand jury reports exposing clergy sexual abuse in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, died at the end of January.
2012 Year In Review: Philly Pops, Peter Nero Split One of the more celebrated splits developed this year between the Philly Pops organization and its world-renowned music director, Peter Nero.