Gov. Murphy Announces $242 Million In New Funding For NJ TransitMurphy says there are thousands of "New Jerseyans" who rely on the agency to get them to and from work, and for too long that service has been lacking.
Teen Health Week Goes GlobalTeen Health is front and center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. It started in Pennsylvania two years ago. Now, it's worldwide. 
Philadelphia Parks & Rec Offering Free Trees To City's Property OwnersA nearly month-long free tree-give-away will begin soon in Philadelphia. It's part of the TreePhilly program and registration is now underway.
Impact Of 4-Alarm Fire Still Being Felt In Old CityL&I says the age of the buildings, the severity of the damage, and inclement weather have all hampered the investigation.
Philadelphia Program Teaches Residents How They Can Spark ChangeApplications are being accepted through March 21 for the 7-week program.
Lawmakers Hear From New Jersey Workers Seeking Paid Sick Days For AllThe bill would establish minimum standards governing how all workers can accrue and use paid sick days and how many.
Commonwealth Court Rejects Citizen's Mariner East 2 LawsuitThe pipeline is owned by Sunoco and Energy Transfer Partners.
New Jersey AG Proposes New Policy On Lethal Force VideosNew policy on body and dash camera video in deadly police incidents has been proposed by the New Jersey Attorney General's Office.
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Praises Officers Paying It ForwardPhiladelphia's top cop was honored Friday at a luncheon celebrating Black History Month.
Gov. Murphy Makes History By Adding 3 Women To CabinetGov. Phil Murphy announced three new cabinet appointees on Tuesday.
Pennsylvania Moves Back Towards Paper BallotsPennsylvania is taking steps to increase security on all voting systems used in the commonwealth.