Dangerous Heat Has People Across Delaware Valley Doing Whatever They Can To Find ReliefThe dangerous heat has people all across our region altering their routines, doing whatever they can to find relief.
Philadelphia Ranked No. 5 Most Stressed City In US, Report FindsA new report ranks Philadelphia the fifth most stressed city in the United States.
Philadelphia Dad Using Internet Stardom To Lead Charge To Add Changing Tables To Men's RestroomsDante Palmer was photographed squatting in a bathroom, changing his son because there wasn't a changing table in the men's bathroom
Philadelphia Weather: Oppressive Heat, Humidity Stick Around For Fourth Of July, WeekendHigh temperatures are forecast to remain in the 90s through the July 4th holiday and into the weekend.
'Look At Each Other As Human Beings': Officials Make Plea To Young People To Put Down Guns At Love Park RallyOne of the organizers moved here from Liberia to escape war but says he felt more safe there than he does on the streets of Philadelphia.
CDC Warns Of Rise In Fecal Parasite Found In Swimming PoolsThe CDC says ingesting the parasite can cause "profuse, watery diarrhea for as long as three weeks."
More Than 300 Boys And Girls Given New Swimsuits In Philadelphia's Oxford Circle NeighborhoodRules require swimsuits be worn in the pool.
WATCH: Space Satellites Capture South Philadelphia Oil Refinery ExplosionThe oil refinery explosion was so hot that its heat signature was captured by satellite.
Philadelphia City Councilman Introduces Bill To Ban Almost All Single-Use Plastic Bags In CityPrevious attempts to limit plastic bags in the city have failed.
'They're Just Causing So Much Trouble': Philadelphia Police To Crack Down On Curfew For Teens, Children This SummerThe citywide summer curfew requires minors 13 and older be inside by midnight, and minors under 13 must be in by 10 p.m.
'Police Officers Are Constantly Under Attack': FOP Responds To Investigation Into Philadelphia Officers' Alleged Racist Facebook PostsAs hundreds of Philadelphia Police officers are being investigated for allegedly posting racist and violent posts on social media, Fraternal Order of Police President John McNesby is backing his officers.
Phillies Select Shortstop Bryson Stott With 14th Overall PickStott is a left-handed hitter from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
'No End In Sight': Possible Cyber Attack Wreaking Havoc On Philadelphia's Judicial WebsiteBaltimore is currently in the midst of a three-week long ransomware attack and Atlanta had the same thing happen last year.
Philadelphia Police Outline Plan To Fight Rise In Gun Violence This SummerGetting teens in the workforce has a direct tie to crime reduction efforts, police say.
Billy Joel Rocks Citizens Bank Park For 6th Straight YearOf course, The Piano Man didn't disappoint.