Three hundred athletes competed in sporting events.

More Videos

Efforts To Fight Opioid Crisis In Kensington, Fairhill Showing ProgressThe city launched the Philadelphia Resilience Project eight months ago.
Philadelphia Law Enforcement Officials Answer Tough Questions About Gun Violence CrisisNatasha Brown reports.
Philadelphia Weather: Heat Wave ContinuesLauren Casey has the Eyewitness Weather forecast.
New Leadership Hoping To Turn Things Around At Glen Mills SchoolsIt's been about three months since the last student left campus.
USPS Worker Struck By Stolen Vehicle In Southwest Philly, Police SayCrystal Cranmore reports.
Dozens Of Journalists Protest Philadelphia Media Network Outside Inquirer BuildingThe company has offered buyouts citing declining revenue.
Hahnemann University Hospital To Cease Operations In SeptemberMatt Petrillo reports.
South Philadelphia Refinery Shutting Down Following FireJoe Holden reports.
Driver Had To Double Take When They Saw Dinosaur On The RoadTrang Do reports.
Children At AI Dupont Hospital For Children Received Special Visitors WednesdayPhillies' pitchers Vince Velaquez and J.D. Hammer spent time with patient.
Investigators Look For Cause Of Barn Fire In Chester CountyNo injuries were reported in the fire.
Wilmington Man Facing Drug Trafficking ChargesPolice found 650 bags of heroin in Kwame Redmond's hiding spot.
Viral Video Of Officer 'Puling Over' ToddlerThe baby was stopped for "driving" on the wrong side of the road.
Philadelphia Weather Update: Heat Wave ContinuesMeteorologist Lauren Casey has your latest forecast.
Surge In Homicides Causes, City Council To Hold Emergency HearingPolice Commissioner says more officers will be on streets this summer.
Postal Worker In Critical Condition After Being Struck By Stolen VehicleCrystal Cranmore reports.
Dozens Of Journalists Walk Off Job In PhiladelphiaThey are protesting Philadelphia Media Network.
Explosion At Philadelphia Refinery Causes Layoffs As Location To CloseJoe Holden reports.
Prosecutors: New Jersey Mother Killed Toddler Son Because She Felt He Was Getting In Way Of AffairProsecutors say a Camden County mother killed her toddler son because she felt he was getting in the way of her extramarital affair. The allegation came Wednesday during a detention hearing for Heather Reynolds. Matt Yurus reports.
Thousands Of Jobs Could Be Lost When Hahnemann Hospital ClosesMatt Petrillo reports.

Search Video