Former PHA Police Chief Puts Eagles Pride On Display In 'Enemy Territory'The former Philadelphia Housing Authority police chief is now guarding the enemy, so to speak. The diehard Eagles fan has a new job in the heart of Patriots Nation.
From Barriers To Building Blocks: A Newsradio Original Web DocumentaryA North Philadelphia woman is defying the odds. Despite childhood homelessness and incarceration, she recently spoke at Harvard and is sharing her story in an online documentary produced by KYW Newsradio.
Have You Seen Her? Community, Police Search For Missing Deaf WomanIt's been more than a month since Ahalieme Barksdale-Bey disappeared, and there are few leads.
Movement For Gender Equality Gains MomentumThe movement for women's rights reached a crescendo this week with the Blackout at the Golden Globes, and the one and only Oprah Winfrey giving a rousing speech.
Thousands Prepare For 2018 Women's March On PhiladelphiaLast January, tens of thousand converged on the Ben Franklin Parkway to take part in a historic nationwide demonstration for women's rights.
Philly Immigration Advocates React To Federal Court Ruling Blocking End OF DACALocal immigration advocates are breathing a sigh of relief a day after a federal court judge blocked the Trump administration's phase out of the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. 
Call For Justice: Black Lives Matter Put Philly's New District Attorney To The TestThey want the city's new head prosecutor to take a look at a case they say resulted in a wrongful conviction.
Flashpoint: GOP Tax Reform Law, Pardoned New Jersey Offender, and MLK DayThis week on Flashpoint: We take a look at President Donald Trump's Tax Cut and Jobs Act, which represents the most significant overhaul of the US Tax Code in decades.
What The Tax Reform Law Means For Tax PayersThe Republican tax reform law went into effect this week. So what will it mean for tax payers going forward?
Flashpoint: Empowering Seniors In Wake Of Barclay Fire, Singer Bobby Hill, Youth FinancesThis week on Flashpoint, we take a look at the five alarm fire at Barclay Friends Senior Center in West Chester that claimed four lives and left 133 displaced.
4 Generations Of Family Celebrate Philadelphia Woman's 100th BirthdayFamily and friends were lining up to see Ms. Elsie with a cake, special decorations, and a letter from President Barack Obama in hand.
PHA Kicks Off Rehab of Senior High-Rise, 'Green Streets' Construction In North PhillyThe Philadelphia Housing Authority broke ground Wednesday on the third phase of the redesign and revitalization of the Sharswood-Blumberg neighborhood.
Flashpoint: Resisting Deportation Orders, Public Interest Lawsuits, Marian Anderson ChristmasFlashpoint airs every Saturday at 9:30 p.m. and Sunday at 8:30 a.m. on KYW Newsradio 1060AM.
City Council Approves Bill That Could Force Businesses To Remove Bulletproof GlassThe controversial measure primarily focuses on businesses that sell food and alcohol, like beer delis.
Broadway's 'The Color Purple' Cast To Hold Forum To Empower WomenThe Color Purple opened this week at the Forest Theater and on Thursday the cast will host a women's talk back in Old City.