An Unusual Community Springs Up From Philadelphia's Opioid EpidemicThe city's opioid epidemic claimed 1,200 lives to overdoses in 2017, and it's created a new phenomenon of encampments under several railroad bridges in Kensington.
Philadelphia's Divine Lorraine Now A Fundraising Hot SpotThe legendary Divine Lorraine Hotel on North Broad Street is suddenly the hottest venue in Philadelphia for political fundraisers.
L&I Deputy Commissioner Wins City's Integrity AwardOfficials said it was significant that the award went to a Deputy Commissioner in the long-troubled Department of Licenses and Inspections.
Family Growing Angry After Another Delay In Trial For Accused Cop KillersRamone Williams and Carlton Hipps are accused of shooting Sgt. Robert Wilson III during a robbery at a North Philadelphia GameStop in 2015.
Jury Deliberations Begin In Trial Of Man Accused Of Stabbing Philly CouncilmanJurors got the judge's instructions Wednesday and will resume weighing the verdict on Thursday.
Philadelphia Funds Record Number Of Arts OrganizationsMayor Kenney says city funding helps make arts more accessible to more people and he'd like to do more.
Philadelphia Recognizes Students In Sister Cities ProgramPhiladelphia's longest-running high school exchange program celebrated its 10th anniversary Tuesday with a ceremony in City Hall.
Mayor Kenny Throws Support Behind Congressman Evans For Re-ElectionPhiladelphia Mayor Jim Kenney has endorsed Congressman Dwight Evans for re-election.
Five Philly Unions Seeking Damages From Drug Companies For Opioid PromotionFive Philadelphia unions have joined in the quest to recover costs from drug companies connected to the overprescription of opioids.
Council Hearings To Begin On Mayor Kenney's Proposed BudgetEight weeks of hearings on the Philadelphia city budget will begin Monday.
Philly Parking Ticket Amnesty Program Appears To Be Paying OffCouncilwoman Jannie Blackwell introduced the legislation creating the program after receiving many constituent calls from drivers overwhelmed with what they owed the Parking Authority.
Mayor Kenney Revises Property Tax Plan The mayor revised his request when new property assessment figures came in.
City Hopes Workforce Training Program Is Recipe For SuccessWhen the Phillies open at home on April 5, a new crop of chefs will be doing the catering at Citizens Bank Park.
City Council Committee Backs Expanded Protections For LOOP ProgramPhiladelphia's LOOP program gives tax breaks to long-time homeowners in gentrifying neighborhoods.
City Council Committee Reveals Employment Risks For Medical Marijuana UsersPennsylvania has made medical marijuana legal, but it can't completely shield people who take it from consequences.