'If You Save One Life, You Save A Family': New Award-Winning Film Highlighting Opioid Crisis In KensingtonAdditional public showings of "Kensington in Crisis" are in the works.
'Break Your Own Statistics': Thousands March On Philadelphia For Women's Rights For Fourth Straight YearThe snow and icy temperatures didn't keep thousands of people from participating in the Women's March on Philadelphia on Saturday.
Philadelphia Weather: First Snowstorm Brings Mixed Reactions From Commuters In Delaware ValleyPennDOT crews have been treating the roads since Friday and will continue until the roads are clear.
Philadelphia Woman Reunited With Beloved Service Dog After He Went Missing FridayA Philadelphia woman has her beloved service dog back after Coco went missing thanks to a good Samaritan.
Several Rowhomes Damaged After Flames Erupt In Logan Section Of PhiladelphiaFirefighters responded to the 5400 block of north 11th street around 6:20 Saturday morning.
Fire Damages Two Homes In Tacony Section Of PhiladelphiaFirefighters were called to the 6700 block of Torresdale Avenue around 5 a.m. Saturday.
Philadelphia Police Investigating After Uncle Finds 26-Year-Old Nephew Shot Dead Inside East Mount Airy HomeHomicide detectives say the victim was shot twice in the head around 5 or 6 p.m. Thursday afternoon. 
'We Are The Biggest In The World': 22nd Annual Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention Underway At Convention CenterThe Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention runs from Friday through Sunday.
Police: Man Arrested After Firing Shots At Officers Serving Warrant In North PhiladelphiaPolice say a lieutenant discharged his weapon once during the incident.
$1,000 Reward Being Offered Leading To Arrest Of Man Who Assaulted Female SEPTA Bus DriverThe suspect refused to pay and began arguing with the driver.
Philadelphia Police Release Mugshot Of 17-Year-Old Xavier Johnson After Charged In Murders Of Foster Mother Renee Gilyard, 20-Year-Old Jimmy MaoPolice say Johnson stabbed to death 64-year-old Renee Gilyard, of East Germantown, and Jimmy Mao, of West Philadelphia, in separate incidents.