Joe Holden has your Digital Brief.
Police: 15 Arrested At Large Funeral Gathering In LakewoodPolice say a group of 60 or 70 people gathered for the funeral.
Nearly 1.2 Million Across Delaware Valley Have Filed For Unemployment In Last 2 WeeksHoward Monroe reports.
Latest Number Of COVID-19 Cases In Delaware ValleyNew Jersey has been the hardest hit.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney Signs $85 Million Emergency BudgetThe money will fund essential services during the coronavirus outbreak.
Debate Brewing Over Whether Public Should Wear Masks, GlovesJan Carabeo reports.
New Jersey Announced More Measures To Help With Expected Surge Over Next Few WeeksCleve Bryan reports.
Mayor Kenney Signs $85 Million Appropriation Money To Mitigate COVID-10 SpreadThe money will help fund mitigation efforts against COVID-19.
Surge In Unemployment Putting Strain On Food Pantries, Other OrganizationsAlecia Reid reports.
Pennsylvania Residents Among Hardest Hit By Layoffs Due To Coronavirus OutbreakHoward Monroe reports.
New Jersey Photographer Taking Porch Portraits Of Families To Pass Time During Coronavirus OutbreakVittoria Woodill reports.
Children's Hospital Of Philadelphia Making Changes To Help Better Protect Patients From Catching COVID-19Stephanie Stahl reports.
Philadelphia-Based Sneaker Company Put Call Out For Kids To Send 'Thank You' Videos To Medical StaffMatt Petrillo reports.
Bucks County Hopes It's Seeing A Leveling-Off Of New COVID-19 CasesSix people have died in the county.
Montgomery County Reporting 113 New Coronavirus Cases, More Deaths ReporterThe positivity rate for tests run at community-based testing sites in the county has remained relatively stable.
Protective Personal Equipment Adding To Philadelphia's Litter ProblemDan Koob reports.
Weather Update: Damp End To The WeekKate Bilo reports.
Hoagie Nation Concert Postponed Until SeptemberThe concert was originally scheduled for May 23.
Jessica Kartalija To Chat With Brian Anderson On Facebook LiveTune To Jessica's Facebook page on Thursday at 7 p.m.
New Jersey Officials Preparing For Coronavirus Cases To Get Worse Over Next Couple WeeksCleve Bryan reports.
Philadelphia Officials Expect Coronavirus Cases To Surge, Growing Numbers Not As Bad As Expected To GetStephanie Stahl reports.
Pennsylvania Health Officials Working With Researchers To Come Up With Models For COVID-19 SpreadState health officials are working to come up with a model for the coronavirus spread but say there are limits.
Trash, Recycle Pick-Up Behind As Sanitation Workers Are Calling OutThe Philadelphia Streets Department says it is a little behind on picking up trash and recycling.
Demand For Food, Food Donations On Rise As Local Residents Continue To Lose Jobs Amid COVID-19 OutbreakAlecia Reid reports.
Pennsylvania One Of Hardest Hit States With Residents Filing For UnemploymentHoward Monroe reports.