Officials In Camden Looking For 2020 Census TakersOfficials say Camden is historically a "hard to count" community during a census.
10-Year-Old K-9 With Terminal Cancer Works Last Shift For Burlington County Sheriff's DepartmentThe 10-year-old Labrador Retriever has terminal cancer and worked his last shift on Wednesday.
Eagles Nominate Safety Malcolm Jenkins As 2019 Walter Payton NFL Man Of The Year AwardThe Philadelphia Eagles have nominated defensive back and team leader Malcolm Jenkins for the 2019 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award.
Eagles Place Alshon Jeffery On Injured Reserve, Move Wide Receiver Robert Davis To Active RosterThe Birds moved Jeffery to the injured/reserve list on Thursday morning following a season-ending foot injury he suffered in Monday night's overtime win over the Giants.  
Montgomery County Teacher Surprises Student With Special Travel WheelchairA teacher in the Methacton School District had a big surprise for one of her favorite students.
Philadelphia Leaders Offering Solutions As City Works To Close Homeless EncampmentsThe city's Encampment Resolution Pilot Program is serving as a model nationwide.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Orders Commonwealth Flag Be Flown At Half-Staff In Memory Of Delaware County FirefighterLt. Capt. Michael Malinowski of the Morton-Rutledge Fire Company fell ill responding to an emergency and then he then died the following day.
Nearly 16 Pounds Of Prohibited Cheese Wrapped In Animal Skins Seized At Philadelphia International AirportOfficials say a couple traveling from Turkey was carrying them in their luggage.
Airlines For America Estimates 47.5 Million People Will Travel This Holiday SeasonThat would be a 3% increase over last year.
'I Need To Be Myself': Sixers' Joel Embiid Wants To Get Back To 'Having Fun' To Return To Dominating WaysThe center says that he has not been having fun like he usually does in an attempt to be a more mature player.
Brotherly Love: Family Previously Helped By Salvation Army Giving Back To Joy Of Sharing ToyFestA few years ago, Kate Bilo met some children who were helped by the CBS3 Joy of Sharing Toy Fest and now they say it's their turn to help.