Voters Wait In Line For Over Hour After State Computerized Voting System Down When Philly Satellite Election Centers OpenedSeven satellite election offices opened Tuesday in the city, but there were some early issues.
'I Would Expect Fireworks': UPenn Political Analyst Weighs In Ahead Of First Presidential Debate Between Trump, BidenPolitical analysts are certainly expecting a very spirited debate Tuesday night between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.
Gov. Wolf Urges Lawmakers To Protect Affordable Care Act As COVID-19 Pandemic RagesThe Supreme Court will hear a challenge to the Affordable Care Act after Election Day.
'Everybody Around This Area Will Perish': Voices For, Against Mariner East Pipeline Heard During Hearing In Delaware CountyOne expert testified that if there were a rupture to the pipeline, it would envelop an entire community in Thornbury Township.
American Airlines Workers, Union Leaders Gather At Philadelphia Airport To Call On Congress To Pass Payroll SupportAmerican Airlines says it will have to lay off an estimated 19,000 team members unless Congress extends the payroll support program.
Police Identify Transgender Woman Killed In West Philadelphia ShootingPhiladelphia's Office of LGBT Affairs says Green's murder is another "somber reminder of the epidemic of violence against trans individuals."
Health Experts Concerned After Research Shows Sudden, Dramatic Uptick In COVID-19 Cases Among ChildrenThe CDC says the sharpest increase in COVID-19 cases among 18 to 22-year-olds is in nine northeastern states including Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Anti-Defamation League Of Philadelphia Holds Webinar On Election SecurityThe keynote remarks were from Kathy Boockvar, who leads the Pennsylvania Department of State.
Yuengling Teams Up With Hershey’s Once Again For Chocolate Porter, But This Time In BottlesYuengling Hershey’s Chocolate Porter will now be available in bottles.
Smaller Than Usual Crowd Rallies For Gun Rights On Steps Of Pennsylvania's CapitolOrganizers said rainy weather and the pandemic may have kept down attendance, and there were none of the busloads that have brought much larger crowds in other years.
Group Of Spring-Ford School District Parents Call For End To All-Virtual LearningThey demonstrated outside of the high school before the school board meeting Monday night.
Radnor Township Students Return To In-Person Classes For First Time Since MarchStudents in Radnor returned to the classroom for the first time since March on Tuesday.
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.
Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban Reaches Out To Former St. Joseph's University Star Delonte West To Get Him HelpAccording to TMZ, Cuban has been attempting to get in contact with West after a photo emerged on social media of him panhandling at an intersection in Dallas last week.
Pennsylvania Counties Push For Changes To Mail Ballot LawAllowing as many as 21 days to process mail-in ballots before Election Day has been the counties' top election priority for months.