Flashpoint: Modern Day Redlining, Transgender Visibility Week and Fighting Kidney DiseaseThis week on Flashpoint: A look at stark racial disparities in home loans in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Declares March 31 'Transgender Visibility Day'The city raised a flag Thursday to celebrate one of the world's most vulnerable communities.
Graterford Prisons Hires Expert In Response To Inmate SuicidesFive inmates at Graterford prison have taken their own lives in the past three months. Prison officials have brought in an expert to help.
Philadelphia Training Public On How To Use Narcan To Stop Opioid DeathsThe city is continuing its efforts to arm and train the public with Narcan to help prevent overdose deaths.
North Philly Residents Protest Temple's Proposed 35,000-Seat StadiumIf the proposal is approved, elder and disabled community residents who occupy more than 1,000 apartments would find themselves living within the impact zone of the stadium.
Germantown Summit To Tackle Ageism For Women's History MonthCenter in the Park in Germantown is celebrating its 50th year by taking on the issue of aging for Women's History Month.
Temple's Proposed Football Stadium Appears Doomed Without City Council SupportWithout council support, the plan to build the $125 million North Broad Street facility is essentially stalled.
City Council Takes Action Against Discriminatory Foster AgenciesPhiladelphia City Council took action on Thursday after allegations surfaced that two agencies with city contracts have policies that deny LGBT families the opportunity to be foster parents.
Philly, New Jersey Students Join Nationwide School Walkout Protesting Gun ViolenceThe protests will begin at 10 a.m. and are expected to last at least 17 minutes, one minute for each victim lost in the Florida high school shooting.
Support Grows For Undocumented Family Taking Refuge In North Philadelphia ChurchHernandez, through an interpreter, says she thankful her growing list of supporters.
Comedian Tiffany Haddish Launches Effort To Help New Jersey Foster ChildrenTiffany Haddish spent her teenage years in group homes, moving from place to place.
Celebrating Musical Legend Marian Anderson At City HallThe exhibition runs through October.
NJ Lawmakers Propose Bill To Give Inmates Right To Vote As Governor Signals SupportIf passed, New Jersey would follow Maine and Vermont in restoring the right to vote to individuals on probation and parole and in prison.
Philadelphia's Unity Cup Returns With One Major ChangeThe Unity Cup is the city's "World Cup style" soccer tournament designed to connect Philadelphia's immigrant communities.
GameChangers: Movita Johnson-Harrell, Changing The Game By Stopping The KillingMovita Johnson Harrell is a warrior woman working to annihilate gun violence.