2013 IN REVIEW: Philadelphia School Budget On The RopesThe school district's budget crisis cast a shadow over everything it did in 2013.
2013 IN REVIEW: Marriage Equality Gains StrengthThe momentum toward marriage equality grew stronger in 2013, as a sea change of public, legal, and political opinion on LGBT rights rippled across the country.
2013 IN REVIEW: Pennsylvania Transportation Funding Approved At Last The Pennsylvania state legislature’s approval of major new funding for roads, bridges, and mass transit was one of the major stories of 2013.
2013 IN REVIEW: Disastrous Debut For Healthcare.GovAffordable Care Act advocates tried to put the best face on things while an overhaul of the web site was quickly undertaken.
2013 IN REVIEW: Fidel Castro's Niece Visits Philadelphia For LGBT EventBut the visit almost didn't happen.
Bill Wine's Top 10 Movies of 2013<img src="https://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/blank_placeholder.jpg" align="right" />What were the year’s most stimulating and/or satisfying and/or admirable moviegoing experiences of the outgoing year? Here's our resident critic's personal list.
2013 IN REVIEW: Feds Take Over Phila. 'Basement of Horrors' CaseAlleged ringleader Linda Weston and four others are accused of keeping disabled adults and children caged in the basement of a Tacony home while stealing their benefit checks.
2013 IN REVIEW: Internet Gambling Arrives in New Jersey In late November, New Jersey became the third state in the nation to permit Internet gambling within its borders.
2013 IN REVIEW: Building Collapse Prompts Changes in Philadelphia LawsWithin days of the collapse, Mayor Nutter announced new restrictions on how contractors in Philadelphia obtain demolition permits.
2013 IN REVIEW: Teen Neighbor Sentenced For Murder of NJ GirlAutumn Pasquale's parents pressed for a strong sentence for the 16-year-old neighbor who admitted strangling their 12-year-old daughter to death while stealing her bicycle.
2013 IN REVIEW: Blaze Destroys Dietz & Watson Plant in South JerseyA massive fire last Labor Day weekend destroyed a meat processing company's distribution center in Burlington County.
2013 IN REVIEW: Facebook Strenghtens Domination of Social MediaFacebook continued its reign during 2013 at the biggest social network in the world, but not without some hiccups.
2013 IN REVIEW: Nutter Vetoes Paid Sick Leave BillA paid sick leave bill died on the floor of Philadelphia City Council, after Mayor Nutter vetoed the measure.
2013 IN REVIEW: Government Shutdown Temporarily Closes Local Historic SitesThe October 2013 government shutdown cost the U.S. economy an estimated $24-Billion, including several million in lost tourist dollars when National Parks in the Philadelphia area closed.
2013 IN REVIEW: Collapse And Blame In Center City Building CatastropheA Philadelphia Grand Jury continues to investigate the deadly collapse of the Center City Salvation Army store in June.