Philadelphia Promotes First Black Female Battalion Fire Chief In 149-Year HistoryCapt. Lisa Forrest of Ladder 24 in West Philadelphia will become the first Black female battalion chief in the department's history.
Philly Boxing Legend Bernard Hopkins, Joe Frazier’s Family Celebrate Upgrades To Boxers’ TrailThe Fairmount Park Conservancy on Wednesday unveiled upgrades to Boxers' Trail in Strawberry Mansion.
Meet Artist Behind New Black Lives Matter Mural At Philadelphia Municipal Services BuildingThe artist, Russell Craig, spoke with Eyewitness News photojournalist Tommy Gardiner.
WURD Radio Celebrates Founders Day On Heels Of Kamala Harris Becoming 1st Black Woman To Accept VP NominationFounded in 2002, WURD Radio, the region's only Black-owned talk-radio station, continues to champion the underserved.
Police Departments Must Look Inward To Address Strained Relationship Between Police, Communities, Officers Say
Philadelphia Pastor Helping To Feed, Heal Members Of Community
Philadelphia-Area Artists Capture Spirit Of Protests With 'Stay Golden' Mural
South Jersey Artist Using Creative Talent, Unique Materials To Raise Awareness Of Black Lives MatterCourtney Newman is using his creative talent to raise awareness of the Black Lives Matter movement and those who have become symbols for change.
Ukee Washington Reflects On Civil Rights Icon Rep. John Lewis' Life, Legacy, Timely MessageIn 2016, CBS3's Ukee Washington sat down with Rep. Lewis when he visited Philadelphia. He had a message then that truly stands up now, a message he wanted all to hear.
Masterman Students Past, Present Banding Together To Call For Change Amid Growing Concerns About RacismDr. Ginneha Akbar is a 1997 graduate of Masterman and she along with recent graduate Madison Tyler helped to form an alliance to tackle the problem.
EXCLUSIVE: Archbishop Nelson Perez Maintaining Hope, Faith As Philadelphia Grapples With Racial TensionsPerez says healing begins with leadership, including the mayor, elected and appointed officials and the commissioner of police.
2 Montgomery County Teens Organize Black Lives Matter Rally After Seeing Community Posting ‘Terrible Things’ On FacebookTwo Montgomery County teenagers are fighting for justice for all in their community.