Pizza Rally Delivers Fun, Support Outside Famed Fishtown ShopThis wasn't quiet the exclusive as we expected, "We didn't know that KYW would be coming so we contacted K Pie W News Pizzadough," Wachs explained.
Philadelphia 6th Grader Takes Home Gold At Scripps Regional Spelling BeeThe often forgotten skill of memorizing was key to victory at the regional spelling bee in West Philadelphia.
Easter Outreach Food Drive Looks To Give 8,000 Meals To Needy Families Across Our RegionPhilabundance, in conjunction with 70 area faith-based organizations from Montgomery, Bucks and Camden counties, joined 1,500 volunteers packing up those goods for Easter dinners.
State Rep. Moves To Impeach PA Supreme Court Justices Who Imposed Congressional MapMax Baer was the lone Democratic state Supreme Court justice who dissented on the ruling to impose new Congressional boundaries.
Philadelphia Man Charged With Murders Of Pregnant Woman, Her Unborn ChildThe first-degree murder charges do not allow for bail, so Jones is being held as he awaits a preliminary hearing scheduled for March 29.
Inaugural Ceremony Remembers Organ Donors At Cooper Health In CamdenRelatives of 29 people who gave the gift of life stood up as the names of their loved ones were read.
Feds File Additional Corruption Charges Against Political Aide Ken SmuklerFederal prosecutors tipped their hand at a recent hearing that another shoe would drop, charging Ken Smukler with similar offenses.
Student Chefs Look To Cook Up Scholarships In Annual Center City CompetitionThese young chefs had two hours in the kitchen at the Art Institute of Philadelphia to create two dishes from memory.
Former Pennsylvania State Trooper Sentenced In Shooting Death Of Pregnant WifeJoseph Miller, 37, broke down in tears as he told the court that he not only lost his wife but also his best friend.
Snow Days Take Their Toll On Pennsylvania School District CalendarsCallahan says this winter has been especially rough and more snow days meant subtracting days from the spring break and from days built in toward the end of the school year.
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.
Villanova Faces Tough Test Against West Virginia In Sweet 16Villanova will be looking for a berth in the Elite 8 with a Sweet 16 contest in Boston, but standing in the way are the Mountaineers of West Virginia.
Murky Future For Push To Reduce Pa. Legislature SizeBefore it goes to voters, the proposed state Constitutional amendment must be approved by the House and Senate in two consecutive two-year sessions.
Philadelphia Restaurants Converge For 'One Amazing Tasting Event'There will be dozens of popular eateries dishing out their specialties.
Hazelnuts: New Jersey Plant Breeding Program Aims To Benefit Farmers, ConsumersThere is belief that Garden State hazelnuts could be the equal of Jersey's peaches and tomatoes.