City Files Injunction Request To Halt SEPTA Strike For Election DayThe City of Philadelphia filed a motion in state court Sunday seeking an injunction to temporarily halt the SEPTA strike for Election Day on Tuesday.
Gov. Wolf Issues Statement Supporting Injunction To End SEPTA Strike"I will file an amicus brief in support of the immediate injunction," Wolf said in the statement.
SEPTA Files Lawsuit Seeking To End Strike, Says It 'Presents Risk To Citizens' Right To Vote'SEPTA says it has filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction to end the four day long TWU Local 234 strike.
SEPTA Strike Means Brisk Business For Car Rental OfficesIt's been extremely busy at car rental offices in the region because of the SEPTA strike.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | November 4Chris discussed Melania Trump's speech in Berwyn yesterday, the continuing SEPTA strike and the latest discovery involving Hillary Clinton's emails. He talked with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday at 7:00 to preview today's jobs report, comedian Gilbert Gottfried who will be performing at Helium Comedy Club this weekend at 7:20, Ray Didinger from CSN Philly at 8:00 to preview the Eagles match up with the Giants and Face the Nation's John Dickerson at 8:20 on the final days of the 2016 election.
Group Pitches In To Provide Free Rides During SEPTA StrikeA nonprofit known for shoveling snow for seniors, is expanding its services during the walkout.
SEPTA Strike Negotiations Reach Day 4A SEPTA spokesman says it's a positive that both sides are still talking and crunching numbers.
Illegal Taxis Busy During SEPTA StrikeThe SEPTA strike is booming business for "hacks."
Frustrations Mounting As SEPTA Strike Enters Day 3It's much more of the same for frustrated and weary SEPTA riders.
'Going To Have To Walk' Students Face Difficulties Getting To School During SEPTA StrikeTens of thousands of students are struggling to get to school.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | November 3Chris discussed the Cubs winning the World Series for the first time since 1908, the latest in the presidential election and new reports on the connection between the Clinton Foundation and the Department of Justice. He talked with Andrew McCarthy from National Review at 7:20 about the latest details on the investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server and the Clinton Foundation and Guy Ciarrocchi from the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry at 8:00 about voting trends in Pennsylvania and what they could mean on election day.
Another Frustrating Evening Commute As SEPTA Strike ContinuesOn Day 2 of the SEPTA strike, the lines were long at regional rail stations and commuters were frustrated by what some called organized chaos.
SEPTA Strike Inspires Ride-Sharing App Aimed At Getting Voters To PollsThe SEPTA strike is inspiring volunteers to sign up for a first of its kind ride-sharing app. The new technology is designed to give voters a free round-trip ride to the polls on Election Day.
Emergency Vehicles Forced To Navigate Traffic Congestion Caused By SEPTA StrikeDuring the SEPTA strike, ambulances, fire trucks and police cars need to maneuver through the extra congested city streets.