New Mural Unveiled Honoring 19th Century Civil Rights LeaderMural Arts Philadelphia unveiled a new mural on Thursday in South Philadelphia honoring 19th century civil rights leader Octavius V. Catto.
KYW GameChangers Honored At 6th Annual Awards EventA night to recognize people making a positive impact in communities of color throughout the Delaware Valley.
GameChangers: Andrew L. Hicks, Changing The Game By Building BridgesThe Andrew Hicks Jr. Foundation provides mentoring and leadership opportunities for kids from Chester from grades 5 to 10.
GameChangers: Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation, Using The Game To Change LivesThe non-profit was established by Philadelphia Flyers Founder Ed Snider more than a decade ago.
Philadelphia Construction Firm Is Defying The Odds, Breaking Racial BarriersPhiladelphia based construction company is breaking racial barriers and defying the odds as a third generation steps up.
GameChangers: Helen Brown, Changing The Game By Transforming HomeHelen Brown is a sweet, yet powerful force in her lower North Philadelphia neighborhood.
GameChangers: Ask Lupus, Changing The Game By Raising AwarenessAniysha, Sakeena, and Kareema are the A-S-K in ASK Lupus, a non-profit organization created to educate, advocate for, and support black women dealing with lupus.
GameChangers: Al Harris & Cancer Who?, Changing The Game One Patient At A TimeAl Harris is founder of Cancer Who?, an organization that helps families bear the burden that comes with a cancer diagnosis.
Your Super Bowl Bet Is Most Likely Illegal, For NowFans will be betting on Super Bowl LII this weekend, and most of those wagers will be illegal. However, that all could change in a matter of months.
Philly's Historic Uptown Theater Gets Financial BoostA grant from the Redevelopment Capital Assistance Program will help the Uptown Theater move forward with renovations.
Underdog Faith: Team Chaplin Gives Inside Look At Eagles, Fan AdviceReverand Herb Lusk is head chaplain for the Philadelphia Eagles, and his job is to hold weekly bible studies for the team's coaches.
4 Undocumented Children Leave Sanctuary Inside Church To Go To School An undocumented woman from Mexico who's been holed up in a North Philadelphia Church sent her four children to school for the first time in Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia District Attorney Hires Immigration CounselTheir goal is to prevent unnecessary deportations.
Deal To End Government Shutdown Receives Strong Reaction From Pennsylvania 'Dreamers'Erika Almiron runs Juntos and says Dreamers lives are being used in a game of political football.
Republicans Vow To Appeal Pa. Supreme Court Decision To Throw Out District Voting MapsRepublican lawmakers are calling the Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision ordering that the state Congressional maps be redrawn an "outrage" and the tight deadline "impossible."