Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders Among 7 Democratic Candidates To Take Part In Jobs Summit In PhiladelphiaUnion employment and labor issues will be the focus.
Delaware State University Placed On Lockdown After Some Students Reported Receiving Texts Of Potential ShooterUniversity and Dover police are currently on site and investigating the report.
'I Just Want To Find Her': Bridgeton Police Searching For Missing 5-Year-Old Dulce Maria Alavez Last Seen In ParkPolice are focussing their search efforts on the area around Bridgeton Park, where the little girl was last seen Monday afternoon.
74-Year-Old Woman Among 3 Charged In Deadly Trenton Laundromat ShootingThe shooting left 21-year-old Geovahnie Fanfan dead and a 16-year-old boy critically wounded.
Group Starts GoFundMe To Refurbish Independence HallThe organizers say the birthplace of our nation is in shambles, so they're asking for donations to fix chipped paint and dirty floors.
Delaware Man Arrested For Allegedly Shooting PuppyHe is facing charges of reckless endangerment and cruelly injuring an animal.
National Constitution Center Offering Free Admission On Constitution DayTuesday is Constitution Day, designated to commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia back in 1787.
WATCH: Man Caught On Video Stealing Tip Jar From Queen Village Coffee Shop Police say the suspect took the jar off the counter while a worker was busy with a customer.
Police: Easton Teen Drives About 8 Blocks With Sister On Car HoodEaston police say 18-year-old city resident Rahmir Coley is charged with child endangerment.
Challenge To New Jersey's Donor Disclosure Law To Be Heard In CourtAmericans for Prosperity, the political network backed by conservative industrialist Charles Koch, sued state officials over the law that Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy signed in June.
Driver Injured After Crashing Into Large Tree In DowningtownThe wreck happened just before midnight Monday on the 1000 block of Horseshoe Pike in Downingtown.
Advocates Demand Increased Funding For ACCT Philly To Help Homeless Cats, DogsAdvocates outside of City Hall Monday demanded change at Philadelphia's only open-intake shelter.
Philadelphia Community Leaders Meet To Find To Ways To Improve Relations Between Officers, Public After Police Department's Summer Of ScandalsIt has been a hectic several months for Philadelphia police.
Charges Pending Against Multiple People In Custody After 21-Year-Old Killed In Trenton Laundromat Shooting, Officials SayThe Prosecutor's Office says they will not be releasing the identity of those people in custody until Tuesday.
Several Democratic Candidates To Attend First-Ever AFL-CIO Workers' Presidential Summit In Philadelphia TuesdayOrganizers say thousands of workers are expected to attend.