Judge Throws Out FOP Lawsuit Over District Attorney's So-Called 'Do Not Call' ListThe DA's office keeps a database of officers who have histories of arrests, disciplinary actions or providing false testimony.
Battle Brewing In South Philadelphia After Dozens Of Parking Spaces Lost To New Bike LaneNeighbors say more than 100 spaces were taken away. The city says the number is more like 18 to 24 legal parking spaces.
Thousands Take Part In Diner En Blanc Pop-Up Dinner Party At Boathouse RowThe event, which is essentially a pop-up dinner party on a very large scale, requires participants to wear white.
'The People Who Really Need To Hear It Aren't Here': Community Calls On Youth To Help Curb Gun Violence Plaguing PhiladelphiaAbout 100 residents showed up to the town hall meeting was hosted by U.S. Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon.
Corruption Case Involving Union Leader John Dougherty, Philadelphia Councilmember Bobby Henon Hits Fork In RoadAlleging guilt by association, lawyers for some of the defendants charged in a sweeping corruption investigation argued for separate trials.
'We Never Assume They Can't Happen Here': Philadelphia Police Remain Proactive After Mass ShootingsCommissioner Ross says there are no known threats to Philadelphia, but officers are keeping in close contact with local businesses.
CBS3 SummerFest: Philadelphia Parks And Recreation Has A Little Bit Of Everything For EveryoneFrom pools to parks, Philadelphia’s Park and Recreation has you covered this summer.
Meek Mill Discusses New Record Label In Exclusive Interview With 'CBS This Morning's' Gayle KingMeek Mill sat down with CBS This Morning’s Gayle King in an exclusive interview discussing the launch of his new record label in partnership with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation.
PATCO Service To All Stations Restored Following Monday's Severe StormsService to all PATCO stations is expected to resume before the Wednesday evening commute.
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."