CBS3's Greg Argos And Wife Alex Welcome Baby Boy TheoTheodore “Theo” Gregory Argyrou was born at 4:21 a.m. on May 11.
Love Is In The Air At CBS3!Not only did one of our reporters get married over the weekend, another got engaged.
Philly Announces First Ever Direct Flights To IcelandYou can now fly directly from Philadelphia to Iceland for the next few months at least.
What's That Strange 40-Foot Structure Along The Schuylkill River?For the past three days, a strange 40-foot structure has been taking shape along the Schuylkill River, and many are asking, ‘What is it?’
New Exhibit At Penn Museum To Showcase Artifacts From Iraq, SyriaA new exhibit will soon open at the Penn Museum, and CBS3 gained exclusive, first access to what is inside.
Good Samaritans, Firefighters Rescue 7 Residents From Burning NJ Beach HouseFlames and smoke poured through a multi-unit beach home on the 5500 block of Park Boulevard, Monday evening.
New Technology Helping Reduce Emergency Response TimesNew technology in South Jersey is helping paramedics respond to medical emergencies faster.
Police: Teens Attack Victims Near SEPTA Subway Stations In Robbery SpreePolice say the group watches their victim, sometimes as that person leaves the subway, walk with them for a block and then attack.
Philadelphia Muralist Creating Rooftop Art, Hopes To Spread PositivityPhiladelphia is known for its murals, but one local artist is creating large pieces of roof art and they're not even meant to be seen by everyone.
63-Year-Old Man Beaten, Robbed In Delco, Authorities Call Suspects 'Cowards'Upper Darby Police are on the hunt for two suspects after a brutal beating.
Effort Underway To Breathe New Life, New Purpose Into Philadelphia's Historic BuildingsTucked in the shadows of booming new construction projects sits Philadelphia's hidden history -- old forgotten factories, buildings, even churches from another time and era.
Calm Before Storm: Region Prepares As Mother Nature Takes Us From 60's To SnowWith temperatures well into the 60's, it's hard to image the ground covered with a few inches of snow, but it's February.