Red Cross Helped Dozens Get On Their Feet This Winter, But Resources Are Running Thin The Red Cross has been busy this winter. The organization is helping dozens of families get back on their feet and their resources are starting to stretch thin.
Camden Mayor Takes Oath Of Office For A Second TimeIn a city where worn down buildings, empty businesses and crime no longer phase residents, there is change on the horizon and some credit Mayor Dana Redd.
Thousands Watch Actors Recreate Washington's River TrekThousands of people lined the banks of the river Wednesday to watch the 61st reenactment of that historic moment on Christmas Day in 1776.
Target Offers Discount After Data Breach IncidentPotential victims of the major breach involving the retailer say they are having trouble contacting the company.
Duo Ties Up Cashier, Robs St. Jude Religious Store In Northeast PhiladelphiaThe search is on for two suspects who held up a Northeast Philadelphia store and tied up the 62-year-old cashier.
Philadelphians Fondly Remember Nelson MandelaHis big smile and friendly wave is what many remember about Nelson Mandela the day he was awarded the Liberty Medal in 1993.
Local Fast Food Workers Join A National Protest Against Low WagesDozens walked off their jobs across the United States in 100 cities.
Father Offers $100K For Missing Son's ReturnHe's a musician by trade and 22-year-old Yaron Bernstein, who goes by Yari, is missing.
Family Robbed At Gunpoint In Northeast PhillyPolice are searching for a man they say robbed a family at gunpoint early Friday morning in Northeast Philadelphia.
Manhunt Continues For Suspect Who Shot State Trooper State Trooper Richard Deskis was standing with four Wilmington officers interviewing a woman about stolen merchandise found in a car, when police sources say four shots were fired from down the road. A bullet hit Trooper Deskis in the right arm.
Pastor Found Guilty Of Violating Church Law For Officiating Same-Sex Marriage A Pennsylvania pastor who officiated a same sex marriage has reportedly been found guilty of "violating the church's law" and "breaking the law and order of the United Methodist Church."