Mayor Jim Kenney Will Have Procedure To Treat Irregular HeartbeatThe mayor says he will be out of the office for two days but he expects to return to work on Thursday.
Pennsylvania Receiving $1.65 Billion From Bipartisan Infrastructure Law To Repair Unsafe BridgesTransportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was in Philadelphia Friday touting the $1 trillion in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
Philadelphia Police Release Mugshots Of Suspects In Center City Gunpoint RobberiesInvestigators say officers arrested the suspects at 17th and Locust last week.
Philadelphia Health Commissioner Urging Residents To Avoid Holiday Gatherings As COVID-19 Cases SpikePhiladelphia's health commissioner is urging everyone to avoid family gatherings over the next few weeks.
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw Claims She's Not Resigning, Despite Rumors Saying She Might Become New York City's Top CopOutlaw wouldn't say if she interviewed for the job. 
Former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter Sounds Off On District Attorney Larry Krasner In Inquirer Op-EdIt all started Monday when Krasner was asked whether people should be worried about coming into the city because of gun violence.
Outdoor Dining Bill Could Force More Than 250 Streeteries To CloseA bill to keep streeteries permanently in Philadelphia is waiting to be signed on Mayor Jim Kenney's desk, but one local engineer says the compromise is unfair.
WATCH LIVE: Philadelphia Officials To Provide Update To Anti-Violence Efforts Underway CitywideThe press conference is expected to be held at 1 p.m. and will be streamed on CBSN Philly. 
Mayor Jim Kenney Shifts Blame On Harrisburg Lawmakers As Philadelphia Hits 500 Homicides: 'They Don't Care How Many People Get Killed'On Wednesday, Mayor Jim Kenney and other Philadelphia officials laid the blame on lawmakers in Harrisburg for the city's troubling gun violence epidemic.
‘Everything Is An Excuse’: Mother Of Philadelphia Homicide Victim Hammers Mayor Jim Kenney Over Gun Violence EpidemicThe grieving mother of 23-year-old Sircarr Johnson says this Thanksgiving will feel different without her son at the dinner table.
Mayor Jim Kenney Expects Substantial Amount Of Money To Come To Philadelphia In New Infrastructure PackageKenney expressed optimism that some of that funding could help fix asbestos and lead issues in aging Philadelphia school buildings.