Philadelphia Residents Calling For End To 'Nonsense' Of Gun Violence During March For PeaceResidents we spoke with in the Southwest Philadelphia neighborhood were happy to hear the group's message echo throughout their streets.
Reward Grows To $75,000 For Information On Targeting Of 2 Camden County Police OfficersAuthorities say the gunmen were riding in a 1998 Honda odyssey.
Philadelphia Police: 16-Year-Old Boy, Man Killed In Separate Shootings Across CityBoth shootings occurred around 8 p.m.
28 People Arrested, Thousands Of Grams Of Illegal Drugs Seized In Operation 'No Mas,' Delaware State Police SayThe multi-jurisdictional operation resulted in the seizure of more than 7,500 grams of fentanyl, 4,200 grams of cocaine and much more.
Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey Silent On Whether Senate Should Consider Supreme Court PickToomey remained silent Monday.
Wilmington Offering Free COVID-19 Testing At Walk-Up Sites All WeekThe Porter State Service Center on 8th Street will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Margate's Lucy The Elephant Opening For Airbnb Stays Beginning TuesdayThis will be the first time in more than a century that someone will spend the night in Lucy.
Philadelphia Announces Layout For Washington Avenue’s Repaving & Improvement ProjectConstruction is scheduled to begin next summer.
Protesters Gather At Philadelphia Art Museum For 'March Against Death,' Marking 200,000 COVID-19 Deaths In USThey are calling for President Donald Trump to be driven out of office.
'His Face Just Shows Sadness': Family Says Window Visits At Nursing Home Taking Toll On Stroke Survivor's Mental HealthWhen the weather's nice, Joe Giangiacomo's children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews come to his window at Rosewood Gardens Rehabilitation and Nursing Home.
Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspect Who Shot Man Before Fleeing On Dirt BikeThis happened on North 4th Street in Philadelphia on Wednesday, Sept. 16 just before 10 p.m.
Has Eagles Quarterback Carson Wentz Regressed? 'It's A Good Question,' Says PedersonCarson Wentz is the center of attention after Sunday's crushing loss to the Rams.
Sen. Chris Coons: Filling Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Supreme Court Seat Before Election Would 'Dishonor' HerDemocratic Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware says the Republican-controlled Senate should hold off on nominating the next Supreme Court justice.
Northeast Pennsylvania, A 'Cutthroat Area In Politics,' Could Decide Whether Keystone State Goes For Biden Or TrumpCBS3's Joe Holden hit the Northeast Extension, to a county where Democrats outnumber Republicans, but it's a place that went for Donald Trump in 2016. And
Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Vetoes 'Entirely Unnecessary' School Sports Bill; Override Attempt ExpectedGov. Tom Wolf has vetoed a bill that would give school districts the sole ability to make decisions on sports, including whether and how many spectators to allow.