Residents Say Trash Collection Issues Led To Rats Running Rampant In Philadelphia NeighborhoodsCity officials say they have received over 1,600 reports of rats this year.
'We Need To Stay Focused': Philadelphia School District Unveils New Equity Program Amid Uncertainty About LeadershipThe initiative is designed to provide structure and guidance needed to establish more equity and diversity for students and staff.
Philadelphia Restricting Tailgating For Eagles' Home Opener Despite Lowest COVID-19 Levels Since MarchThere's been an increase in COVID-19 cases in the state, but a drop in Philadelphia with the positivity rate in the city now down to 2.6%.
$1 Million Bail Set For 7 Lancaster Fatal Police Shooting ProtestersThirteen people who are accused of committing crimes while participating in a civil disturbance in Lancaster on Sunday night sat behind bars Tuesday, with bail for seven of them set at $1 million.
Community College Of Philadelphia To Continue Online Learning For Spring 2021 SemesterThe decision was made now in order to give the college time to prepare to continue with online learning and other services.
Montgomery County DA: 78-Year-Old Gerald Mihalcik Fatally Shoots Adult Son, His Wife, Then Kills SelfIt's not known what sparked the shooting.
Pennsylvania's Yuengling, America's Oldest Brewer, Expanding To West Coast For First TimeThe brewery, about two hours northwest of Philadelphia in Pottsville, Schuylkill County, announced a joint venture with Molson Coors on Tuesday to break out beyond its traditional 22-state distribution area in the East.
Mailed Ballots Can't Be Discarded Over Signature, Pennsylvania Officials SayThus far, nearly 1.9 million people have applied for a mail-in or absentee ballot.
University Of Pittsburgh Scientists Discover New Drug That Could Treat Coronavirus, Possibly Prevent ItThe researchers say they identified a small piece of an antibody that neutralizes the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. 
Wawa Breaks Ground In Lower Bucks County On Its First-Ever Drive-thru StoreThe Wawa will offer only drive-through service and curbside pickup.
Road Closures, SEPTA Changes Expected Ahead Of President Trump's Visit TuesdaySeveral road closures and traffic delays are expected in Philadelphia Tuesday ahead of President Donald Trump's visit to the National Constitution Center.
Smoke From Deadly Western US Wildfires Makes Way To Delaware ValleyUpper level winds have carried the smoke and haze from the fires all the way to the East Coast.
Philadelphia Police: Man Fighting For His Life After Stabbed In FrankfordPolice say a 37-year-old man was stabbed once in the chest by someone he knows. 
Pennsylvania Among Top 10 States With Most Coronavirus Restrictions, Study FindsThis comes after a federal judge struck down some of Pennsylvania's coronavirus restrictions as unconstitutional.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Urging Legislature To Take Actions To Improve Election ProceduresWolf is expected to call on the General Assembly to pass legislation that will provide additional support to county election officials Tuesday morning.