More Than 500 People Evacuated From Afghanistan Arrive In PhiladelphiaMore than 500 people fleeing the violence engulfing Afghanistan have arrived in Philadelphia, officials said.
A Chat With: Pennsylvania Native And Rock Legend John Oates Excited To Tour After Pandemic PauseJohn Oates is ready to get back on the road.
What Is the Process For Afghan Refugees Coming To Delaware Valley And Who Will Be Helping?The Delaware Valley is prepared to welcome some of the Afghan refugees who are being evacuated and CBS3's Alecia Reid has an update on how the process works and who will be helping.
Man Killed, 4 Others Injured In Drive-By Shooting Outside Barbershop In GermantownPolice say one or two gunmen got out of a vehicle and shot at a group of people outside of a barbershop.
Pennsylvania Teachers Unions Urge Schools To Require MasksSome Pennsylvania districts said they will require masks, while others have decided to make them optional.
Avanti Frozen Foods Expands Frozen Shrimp Recall Over Salmonella OutbreakThe recall affects all products made by Avanti Frozen Foods.
Philadelphia Community Fighting Gun Violence With Basketball TournamentIt comes as Philadelphia is accepting applications for the Anti-Violence Community Expansion Grant program.
Philadelphians Who Lost Loved Ones To Gun Violence List Demands At Peace Not Guns RallyPeace not guns. More neighborhoods are rallying to curb gun violence in Philadelphia.
Luis Rodriguez Arrested In Murder Of 13-Year-Old Girl In Frankford, Police SayAlezuana Carter was shot and killed in an apartment on Overington Street back in April.
'This Is Do Or Die': Congressman Dwight Evans' Urgent Message For President Biden, Philadelphia Mayor Kenney On Gun ViolenceThe Department of Justice on Friday announced a task force that will be cracking down on the source of firearms trafficking in five key cities across the country. That does not include Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Has Highest Murder Rate Per Capita Among Country's 10 Largest CitiesHomicides are up 35% from this time last year.
Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner Skeptical Of Opioid Epidemic Settlement With DrugmakersCompanies that make opioid painkillers will pay $26 billion to states and local governments.
What's Next? Legal Expert Explains Bill Cosby's Overturned Conviction, Future For AccusersLegal expert Damian Jackson, a criminal defense attorney and partner with Reilly McDevitt & Henrich law firm joined Eyewitness News to break down the ruling.
City Council Passes New, Simplified Curfew For Philadelphia MinorsUnder the new bill, the curfew time for those 16 and over is midnight year-round; For minors 14-16, it's 10:00 p.m.; and for kids under 13, 9:30 p.m.
17-Year-Old Raqib Robbins Fatally Shot In Head While Waiting For SEPTA Bus In West Philadelphia, Police SayThe city has so far seen more than 1,000 shooting victims this year -- and at least two people were killed, including a 17-year-old boy in Southwest Philadelphia, on Tuesday.