Brotherly Love: Philadelphia Woman's Homegrown Effort To Help Haiti Making Big DifferenceSaint-Vil, who is Haitian-American, started a five-day supply drive, and spread the word on Instagram.
99-Year-Old Ruth Wilson Honored For Efforts During World War II At Philadelphia Naval ShipyardA member of the greatest generation was honored today for her efforts during World War II.
Philadelphia Eagles Honor Local First Responders Ahead Of 9/11 AnniversaryFifty first responders from across the Delaware Valley and their families were invited to Tuesday’s event.
New Forum Allowing Veterans To Talk Out 'Anger, Frustration, Depression' Over Afghanistan WarSeptember is suicide prevention month. The VA says veterans are twice as likely to die by suicide than civilians.
Montgomery County Community To Help Those In Need Following EF-2 Tornado DamageJust days after an EF-2 tornado devastated parts of Montgomery County, the community is stepping up to help those who lost everything.
2 South Jersey Boys Sworn In To New Jersey State Police Thanks To Make-A-WishTwo 6-year-old boys from Camden and Florence had their wishes come true on Tuesday.
Local Lawmaker Calls On Landlords To Help Afghan Families Settle In Northeast PhiladelphiaThrough available state and local dollars, rental assistance for up to six months will be paid out to area landlords who are willing to provide housing to Afghan families.
How Philadelphia Plans To Keep Kids Safe As School Year Approaches During Violent SummerSo far this year, 137 shooting victims have been under the age of 18 -- 32 teenagers 17 or under have become homicide victims.
Contentious Christopher Columbus Statue Allowed To Remain In South Philadelphia's Marconi Plaza, Judge RulesLast summer, protesters and supporters of Columbus clashed, sometimes violently, at Marconi Plaza. 
'We Will Hold You Accountable': Philadelphia DA Krasner's Message As Gun Violence ContinuesKrasner also presented violence prevention grants to 10 community-based organizations Monday.
Funeral Held For Philadelphia Police Officer Vladimir Maleev, Who Died Of COVIDHe was 39 years old and a four-year veteran of the Philadelphia Police Department.