Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson Running Team Virtually After COVID-19 DiagnosisThe Philadelphia Eagles are back at work getting ready for their season but they are without head coach Doug Pederson.
Philadelphia Rolls Out New Plan To Curb Violence As City On Track To Have Highest Homicide Rate In More Than A DecadeThe city has seen more than 1,000 shootings and more than 240 people killed so far this year.
Malik B, Founding Member Of The Roots, Dies At 47The group announced the death of the Philadelphia-born emcee in a social media post on Wednesday.
Superintendent Explains Why Philadelphia School District Scrapped Plans For Hybrid School YearThe start of the school year on Sept. 2 will begin with all virtual learning
Police: Man Critically Injured After Being Thrown From Motorcycle In Accident In Port RichmondThe accident happened on the 4200 block of Aramingo Avenue just before 11:30 p.m. 
Excessive Humidity To Return Across Delaware, Lehigh Valleys This WeekendAfter what was a comfortable week, swampy conditions will return to the forecast. 
Members Of Homeless Encampment Discuss 'Lack' Of Affordable Housing, Mismanagement At Philadelphia Housing AuthorityThe city has issued an eviction notice for the encampment with a deadline of Friday. 
Phillies New Era Team Store At Citizens Bank Park Reopens Ahead Of MLB Opening DayThe Phillies New Era Team Store opened its doors Monday morning at Citizens Bank Park. 
Philadelphia Health Officials Recommend Residents Stay Away From Beaches During July 4th Weekend To Avoid COVID-19 ExposureThe young people diagnosed appear to have been exposed at the beach, but Dr. Farley says that doesn't necessarily mean on the beach.
Philadelphia Enters 'Modified' Green Phase: Indoor Dining, Gyms Closed Until At Least August, Travel Recommendations In PlaceThe city was initially scheduled to move into the green phase on Friday, July 3 but a recent uptick in new COVID-19 cases has officials concerned. 
Several Volunteer Groups Leading The Way For COVID-19 Testing In Parts Of PhiladelphiaVolunteers have also been operating community-based pop-up testing sites that people may find less intimidating.