- Police Searching For Driver In Fatal Hit-And-Run62-year-old Henry Tomah was killed by a speeding driver on his way to work.
- Large Fight Breaks Out At Delco CarnivalOfficials say "out-of-town troublemakers" have forced the carnival's permanent closure.
- Police: 2 Arrested For Killing Man Inside MarketPolice say the suspects are also connected to mechanic's shooting death.
- Arrest Made In Bucks County Cold Case MurderWilliam Korzon, 76, has been arrested and charged in wife's death.
- 'People Deserve To Know The Whole Truth'Local politicians are sounding off following release of Mueller report.
Butler Pike To Be Closed For At Least 18 Months Due To New SinkholesThe overall design process is expected to take 18 months before work on the permanent road reconstruction can begin.
Several Trailers, Dumpsters Spark On Fire At Hainesport Industrial ParkNo word on how the fire started and no injuries were reported.
Off-Duty Philadelphia Police Officer Assaulted At Pub, Gun StolenIt happened overnight at the "The Mill Pub" on the 6700 block of Martins Mill Road in the city's Lawndale section.
Smoke Billows From Reading Terminal Market After BBQ Smoker MalfunctionsA malfunctioning appliance caused smoke to billow from the Reading Terminal Market just after 11 p.m.
Cardinal Foley Regional School Custodian Up For Cintas' 'Custodian Of The Year' AwardHoward Edwards is a finalist for Cintas' "Custodian Of The Year" award but he needs your votes!
Large Fight At Delaware County Carnival Leads To Arrests, Permanent Closure Of EventAuthorities also say any reports of gunshots at the scene are inaccurate.
The Slingshot: Camden Police Officers Introduce New 'Community Engagement Tool'It's always the commonalities that bring a community closer, and on this evening, it's the Sixers and The Slingshot.
Police Looking For Speeding Hit-And-Run Driver Who Killed Man On His Way To Work In Delaware CountyPolice are looking for 27-year-old Terry Lanier, the man police believe picked up the driver of the other speeding car and left Tomah on the street to die.
Researchers Develop Experimental Gene Therapy Treatment For 'Bubble Boy' DiseasePatients can't go outside or be touched and live in isolation.
'Everyone Has Something': Nine-Year-Old Author Spreads Words Of Encouragement At St. Christopher's HospitalAbby Ferraro had words of encouragement for sick children from someone who knows what they’re going through.
Concern Growing Over Measles Possibly Spreading With Spring Break Travels, Religious Holidays This WeekendIf you're over the age of 30, it might be hard to know if you have been adequately vaccinated against the measles.
Mayor Kenney Puts Brakes On Proposed Safe-Injection Site In KensingtonPhiladelphia has the highest opioid death rate of any large U.S. city, with more than 1,000 deaths per year.
Health Department Issues Warning About Dangers Of Indoor TanningIn Pennsylvania, indoor tanning is illegal for minors ages 16 and younger.
Diabetics Waiting For Relief As Insulin Prices Nearly Double Over 5-Year Span
Walmart Launches Subscription Service For Kids' Clothing, AccessoriesThe service will cost $48 per box.
'You Can't Get Rid Of That': Battle Brewing Over Future Of Italian Market FixtureA battle over the future of the Italian Market finds itself in the spotlight.
Bill Aims To Protect Consumers From Potentially Dangerous Chemicals Found In Health, Beauty ProductsIn the European Union, some 1,500 chemicals are banned or tightly regulated. In the U.S., just 11 chemicals are banned.
Tax Day Tips: If You Haven't Filed Your Taxes Yet, Here Are Some Last-Minute TipsWhether you want to file for an extension, save money or even find the closest place to buy a stamp, here is your last-minute Tax Day guide.
Charlotte Russe Reopening 100 Stores, Brand New Online Shopping ExperienceIt was just last month that Charlotte Russe closed its online store and launched a going-out-of-business sale at its brick and mortar location.
Acura Recalls Over 320,000 MDX SUVsAcura is recalling 323,000 SUVs because of a brake light failure.
Fleetwood Mac Reschedules Postponed Philadelphia ConcertThe Grammy-winning band is set to play Philadelphia on Nov. 3.
'Mary Tyler Moore Show' Actress Georgia Engel Dies At 70Engel died Friday in Princeton, New Jersey, said her friend and executor, John Quilty.
'Shazam!,' Set In Philadelphia, Bests Newcomers With $25.1 Million Second Weekend
WATCH: Disney Releases Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise Of Skywalker TrailerThe latest episode of the Star Wars franchise will be released on Dec. 20.
WATCH: Disney Releases New 'The Lion King' Trailer"The Lion King" will be in theaters on July 19.
'Toughest, Smartest People In The World': Inside CBS' New Drama 'The Code'CBS unveils "The Code," a new drama about the U.S. military's brightest minds.
Wildwood Crest To Ask Residents Whether They Want Sale Of Alcohol To Be AllowedA referendum could be introduced in the November election.
'The Cost Has Gone Up': Worldwide Helium Shortage Impacting Party StoresA worldwide helium shortage is forcing businesses to explain to customers why the gas is not available.
Hahnemann University Hospital Laying Off Nearly 200 EmployeesHahnemann employs 2,700 people.
Forget Lost Productivity, March Madness Provides Huge Benefits To Office Morale And Motivation, Study FindsDon't worry, no one else is doing any work, either.
Half Of US Economists Expect Recession By 2020Half of the nation’s business economists expect a recession by 2020.
New Toys 'R' Us Owners Want To Bring Brand Back To USMore than 700 American Toys "R" U.S. stores closed last spring.
Watchdog Group Warning About Fake Five-Star Reviews On AmazonA new investigation is shining light on those five-star reviews on Amazon.
Youtube Mistakenly Links Notre Dame Cathedral Fire To 9/11 Terrorist AttacksThe company blamed the mixup on its algorithms.
More Than 540 Million Records About Facebook Users Publicly ExposedThe exposed records include comments, likes, reactions and account names.
Verizon Announces Cell Phone Plan For ChildrenThe plan allows unlimited talk and text for 20 contacts pre-approved by mom and dad.
Apple Expected To Announce Long-Awaited Video Streaming Service TodayThe streaming launch would place Apple in a crowded field of video providers.
Myspace Loses All Music Uploaded Before 2015Over 50 million music files, photos and videos were deleted.
Husband after Pete Buttigieg first shared presidential aspirations: "For real?"South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s decision to run for president was a surprise when he first mentioned it to his husband. The Afghanistan War veteran would be the first openly gay nominee of a major presidential party. He would also be the youngest person ever to become president. John Dickerson spoke with Buttigieg and his husband, Chasten, about the campaign in an interview for "CBS Sunday Morning." Watch the full interview Sunday, April 21.
Mueller report: Rep. Nadler says he sees "considerable evidence" of obstructionDemocrats in Congress are debating how to pick up Robert Mueller's Russia investigation where he left off. Democratic Rep. Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his plans to subpoena the full Mueller report and why he doesn't think Attorney General William Barr is doing his job properly.
Columbine shooting survivor's message of hope: "It will get better"April 20 marks 20 years since the tragedy at Columbine High School. As we look back, we remember the survivors, who still carry the trauma with them every day. We first met Josh Lapp 20 years ago in an interview with "48 Hours." Now Lapp tells "CBS Sunday Morning" correspondent Lee Cowan how he's managed to move forward with his life.
Amid measles outbreak, NYC families push back on vaccination violation finesHealth officials fear Americans traveling for this weekend's religious holidays could worsen the growing measles outbreak. There are at least 555 confirmed cases in 20 states, according to the CDC, and most are said to affect school-age kids. Mola Lenghi reports.
Are hailstorms getting worse? Why 2019 could see record damageWhile baseball-sized hail stones are common, the biggest this year was the size of a grapefruit and weighed more than half a pound
Amid measles outbreak, anti-vax mom defends "medical freedom"There are at least 555 confirmed cases in 20 states, according to the CDC
Young journalist shot dead in Northern Ireland riotingLyra McKee wrote for the Atlantic and Buzzfeed; her death comes as police worry about a rise in dissident violence in Northern Ireland
Family of renowned climber presumed dead in Canadian avalanche speaks outPoor weather is delaying the effort to recover three renowned climbers missing in the Canadian Rockies. Jess Roskelley, David Lama, and Hansjoerg Auer are part of an elite athletic team for The North Face. Rescuers say all three men are presumed dead after being caught in an avalanche. David Begnaud reports.
Electrical short eyed as possible Notre Dame blaze cause: ReportAuthorities say fire-weakened landmark is still very fragile but officials are in very beginning stages of mapping reconstruction
16-year-old TV and film actress collapses and diesShe appeared in the 2013 movie "Cloud Atlas," alongside Tom Hanks and Halle Berry
Let us prey: Scammers target Notre Dame donorsHost of phony fundraising sites operated by criminals already have popped up in the aftermath of the Notre Dame fire
Deadly fungus is a problem, but don't freak out just yet"This bug, this germ, raises the stakes in the issue of drug-resistant infections," says a reporter who uncovered the scope of the problem