Coronavirus Latest: Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Nurse Back At Work After Tough Battle With COVID-19Jennifer Gil is a fighter, but she says overcoming the virus wasn't easy.
Man Shot, Wounded In South PhiladelphiaIt happened Around 11 p.m. Sunday in the 1300 block of Porter Street near Juniper Street.
The Switch To Standard Time Can Be Difficult For Those With InsomniaIf you're one of the millions of people who have trouble sleeping, then that extra hour of sleep today is more of a curse than a blessing.
Cops: Male Dressed In Women’s Clothing Stabbed Cab Driver In Center CityA male dressed in women’s clothing stabbed a cab driver in Philadelphia Thursday morning, police said.
2 Injured In Partial Building Collapse In Queen VillageTwo workers were injured after a partial building collapse in Philadelphia Friday afternoon.
Lawyers For Family Of Late E. Steven Collins Hope His Death Will Serve As Lesson To PublicAttorneys for Philadelphia broadcaster E. Steven Collins filed lawsuit earlier this year and say they're hoping his death helps educate patients on how to advocate for care.
Study: Women With Diabetes Battling Leg Pain May Need More Time To Feel BetterWomen with diabetes may need patience to reduce leg pain according to a new study.
Area Medical Students, On Pins and Needles, Get Their Residency 'Matches,'At Temple University, David and Gabby McBride were hoping they would get to spend the next several years in the same city as they continued their medical training.
Off-Duty Officer Stabbed Outside Bar In Center CityPolice are searching for a suspect who allegedly stabbed an off duty officer and injured another man outside a Center City bar, last night.
Health: Zapping Away Heart FailureUsing electricity to zap away heart failure is something that’s being tested here in Philadelphia. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more about the experimental technology.
Two Philly Police Officers Injured When Suspect Tries To Escape HospitalTwo Philadelphia police officers were being treated for injuries they received during a fight with a suspect who was in custody at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
Area Hospitals Scrambling For Saline Solution Amid Rising Shortage Millions of bags of intravenous saline are used by health care facilities every week. An increase in flu cases is a contributing factor.
Man Hospitalized After South Street StabbingPhiladelphia Police are investigating a stabbing on South Street overnight that sent one man to the hospital.
Officials Hope To Raise Awareness Of Little Known Lung DiseaseSeptember is national pulmonary fibrosis awareness month and officials want to get the word out on this debilitating disease.
Local Doctor Warns Of Dangers Of Young Children DrowningDr. Brent King says the highest risk population of drowning is really young children who can drown in a small amount of water.