Wells Fargo Center Celebrating Halloween With 'Movies On Broad: Fright Week'The Wells Fargo Center is introducing "Movies on Broad: Fright Week."
CDC Thanksgiving Guidelines: How To Stay Safe And Coronavirus-Free Over HolidayInfectious disease experts are warning of a convergence of COVID-19 and influenza as the temperature drops and colder weather sets in.
Kamala Harris Suspending Travel After Staffer Tests COVID-19 Positive As Joe Biden Set To Host Town Hall In PhillyJoe Biden’s presidential campaign said Thursday that vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris will suspend in-person events until Monday after two people associated with the campaign tested positive for coronavirus.
Will Fans Be Allowed To Attend Sunday's Eagles-Ravens Game At Lincoln Financial Field?Despite the Eagles loss to the Steelers on Sunday, fans might have something to look forward to coming up.
Philly Police Searching For Suspects Wanted For Carjacking, Robbing Nurse Walking To Patient's House In WissinomingOfficials say a nurse was walking to her patient's house when she noticed two offenders approaching her.
Philadelphia Reporting 355 Homicides So Far This Year After Violent Weekend Across CityFollowing a violent weekend across Philadelphia, the city is now reporting 355 homicides for the year.
President Trump's Campaign Sues Philadelphia Over City's Satellite Election OfficesEarlier in the week, the campaign threatened to sue over being denied access into the sites where people can register to vote, apply for mail-in ballots and fill them out.
Philadelphia Reporter Posts Video Of Walking Around Unnoticed At Election Storage Warehouse Where Laptop, Flash Drives StolenA local Billy Penn reporter posted a video on social media where he's seen walking around that same warehouse without being noticed.
Large Group Of Demonstrators In University City Demands Justice For Breonna TaylorThe march was organized by students at Drexel and the University of Pennsylvania.
2 Federal Indictments Unsealed, US Attorney McSwain Says Cases Were Not Pursued ‘Strongly Enough’ By Philadelphia DA’s OfficeU.S. Attorney William McSwain says the cases were not pursued "strongly enough" by Philadelphia's District Attorney Larry Krasner.
Philadelphia Has Lost More Than $4 Billion In Economic Impact Due To COVID-19, Officials SayExperts predict it will take at least three to four years for the city to fully recover.
Philadelphia Officials 'Politely' Decline Offer To Use Wells Fargo Center, Lincoln Financial Field As Voting LocationsComcast Spectacor, owner and operator of the Wells Fargo Center and the Eagles Lincoln Financial Field, recently offered the city both locations to use as a place for general election activities.
Police: Suspect Wanted In Robbery At Cricket Wireless In North PhiladelphiaOfficials say the man entered the Cricket Wireless on the 3700 block of North Broad Street just before 11 a.m. on Aug. 25.
Authorities: 8-Month Investigation Of 3 Drug Trafficking Groups In Kensington Nets 20 Guns, $480,000 Cash And DrugsAttorney General Josh Shapiro said Monday agents executed search warrants last week in 30 locations believed to be connected to the organizations, whose activities he said have been linked to two Philadelphia-area shootings.
The Clay Studio Celebrating 100th Anniversary Of Women Gaining Right To Vote With Art ExhibitTo celebrate, the Clay Studio in Old City is displaying a series of artisan-made commemorative plates profiling women.