Local Businesses Giving Back To Federal Workers Affected By Government ShutdownDonations were rolling in an airport terminal on Tuesday morning to fill up a food pantry that can be accessed by any federal worker.
Local Politicians React To President Trump's Proposed Compromise To End Government ShutdownLocal congressmen and women on both sides of the aisle from Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware reacted to President Trump's' proposal.
Protest Takes Place Outside Philadelphia International Airport As Government Shutdown Now In 28th DayThere was a protest outside the airport today as people continue to show up to work without a paycheck.
Anonymous Donor Gifts $500,000 To Loan Company To Help Unpaid Federal Workers During Government ShutdownMany federal workers, like TSA workers at Philadelphia International, have been working without a paycheck as the shutdown drags on. 
'Holding Our Paychecks Hostage': Local TSA Agents Fed Up With Working For Free During Government ShutdownBack pay for federal workers was authorized on Friday, but it's still not known just how long the government shutdown will go on.
Lawmaker Requests Banks Operate With Compassion Towards Those Impacted By Government ShutdownIt is unclear right now if and what these banks will do to assist those who will likely miss a paycheck on Friday.
TSA Employees Will Miss 1st Paycheck Friday, No Deal To Reopen GovernmentThey are among the more than 400,000 “essential federal employees” called in to work, with no pay.
Furloughed Federal Workers Hold Rally To Protest Government Shutdown Ahead Of President Trump's AddressTuesday marks the 18th day of the partial government shutdown and furloughed federal workers in the area are making their voices heard.
How Government Shutdown Affects PhiladelphiaYour complete guide to what is open and closed during the government shutdown.
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.
Philly's Historical Sites Back Open Following Government ShutdownThe three-day government shutdown is over thanks to a temporary spending bill, and that means people can once again visit some of Philadelphia's historical sites.