$1 Million Winning Scratch-Off Ticket Sold In WrightstownThe store will get a $5,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.
One Of Last Marines To Leave Afghanistan Returns Home To Hero's Welcome In Ridley TownshipPlotts was one of the last Marines to leave Afghanistan. His father says he was in Kabul helping with evacuations when a bomb went off, killing 13 service members in August.
Rutgers Suspends 2 Football Players After Paintball ShootingTwo Rutgers players have been suspended from the football team after they were charged in an incident in which three people were struck by paintballs fired from a passing vehicle.
Course Changes, New Finish Line Announced For 2021 Blue Cross Broad Street RunThe 41st annual Broad Street Run will have a bit of a new look and feel for runners next month as Philadelphia Parks & Recreation announced changes to the course.
27-Year-Old Killed In Grays Ferry Shooting, Police SayA 27-year-old is dead after being shot multiple times Tuesday afternoon, according to the Philadelphia Police Department.
Ida Cleanup At Schuylkill River Postponed Due To WeatherA major project meant to cleanup the aftermath of Tropical Storm Ida is now getting delayed by Mother Nature. The area of Kelly Drive was meant to be on lockdown Wednesday, but now crews are waiting for the forecast to clear up.
Woman Shot In Head, Killed In West Oak Lane, Philadelphia Police SayThe shooting happened around 4:20 p.m. on the 6900 block of North Broad Street.
'My Main Concern Is Human Life': Philadelphia Residents Say Drag Racing Becoming Major Problem In CityCity Council has taken notice of the growing drag racing conundrum in Philadelphia.
War Of Words Between Philadelphia Mayor Kenney, City Councilmember After Deadly Drive-By Shooting In Olney"This should not be happening. Where is our mayor? We need help, we need leadership, we need it here in this community and we need it now," Bass said.
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Launches New Mobile Screening Unit In PhiladelphiaIt hosted screenings Tuesday by appointment and for walk-ups.
Pennsylvania Officials Ready To Provide COVID-19 Booster Shots Once They're Approved By CDCPennsylvania health officials say they're ready to provide Covid-19 booster shots once they're approved by the CDC.
'They Need Help Now': Survey Shows Philadelphia School Nurses Lack Assistance, COVID Test KitsAs schools battle shortages in bus drivers and teachers, there is now a staffing crisis involving school nurses. Philadelphia schools are no exception to this obstacle.
Eastern State Penitentiary's Halloween Nights Celebration Opens Friday In PhiladelphiaOrganizers say it's a "bold revamp" of the Terror Behind the Walls celebration the penitentiary is known for.
Philadelphia Parking Authority Targeting Drivers Who Park In Bus, Bike LanesGet ready to see more Philadelphia Parking Authority officers giving out tickets on bikes.
'Nothing Is Off Limits': SEPTA Announces New Initiative Aimed At Improving Regional RailSEPTA wants to improve the Regional Rail, and nothing is "off limits."