Campuses Abuzz As Villanova Wildcats, Penn Quakers Head To NCAA TournamentRanked top seed in the East, Wildcat basketball is just about all anyone can talk about on campus.
Legislators Discuss How To Improve, Fund Southeastern Pa. Transportation IssuesFunding Pennsylvania State Police with transportation dollars is once again an issue.
PA Lawmakers Press Wolf Official On Medicaid Work RequirementsGovernor Wolf last fall nixed a bill that had language addressing job search and training requirements for able-bodied Medicaid recipients.
Cuddle Station Provides 'Instant Love' At Morris Animal Refuge FundraiserThe 21st annual event took over the Simeone Foundation Auto Museum in South Philadelphia.
PA iGaming License Applications Expected To Be Available In AprilApplications for fantasy sports operations were made available this past week.
4th Annual Travel And Adventure Show Lands In PhiladelphiaAside from the destination booths, visitors can enjoy travel lectures about food, culture and even learn a thing or two, like how to properly pack.
Philadelphia Police Have Warning For Drivers As Car Thefts Are On The RiseThe department says they've seen a spike in thefts, and Kinebrew explains a majority of the swiped cars end up undamaged, and dumped somewhere else.
Philly Radio Legend Frank X. Feller Passes Away At 91Feller held down the night shift at Radio 99 in its heyday when Hy Lit and Joe Niagara ruled the airwaves.
Raining Money? Homeowners Learn How They Can Cash In At Philly Flower ShowThe new water department program that helps homeowners reduce one of the biggest pollution sources, and save money.
Some Kids, Pets Took Full Advantage Of Snow Day In FairmountNine-year-old Beckett, his mother, brother and dogs were enjoying the snowy day at Lemon Hill.
School Funding Lawsuit Gets Commonwealth Court HearingAttorneys representing parents and underfunded districts claim the disparities in Pennsylvania are so great they violate students' "equal protection" rights.
Philadelphia Flower Show Will Go On Despite Winter WeatherThe Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's Philadelphia Flower Show says the show will go on, no matter what mother nature throws our way.
Man Found Guilty For Murdering, Dismembering Philadelphia Transgender WomanSargent told jurors he didn't deny killing Williams, but said it was in self-defense.
Escaping The Storm: Many Hit PHL Airport Ahead Of Another Nor'easterCody and his family from the Lansdale area checked in at the Southwest counter Tuesday afternoon headed for a week long vacation to Disney World.
Suspect Takes Stand In Murder Trial Of Transgender Woman In 2013Closing arguments are expected Tuesday.