Natasha Brown reports.
Digital Brief: May 31, 2020 (AM)Jan Carabeo has your latest headlines.
Over 100 People Arrested After George Floyd Protest Turns ViolentMayor Jim Kenney has implemented a mandatory citywide curfew that will go back into effect Sunday night at 8 p.m. through 6 a.m. Monday.
Peaceful Demonstrations Over Death Of George Floyd Turn ViolentDan Koob reports.
Stores In Center City Philadelphia RansackedDan Koob reports.
CBS3 Pet Project: How To Get Your Pet Ready To See The VetCarol Erickson joins Eyewitness News.
Philadelphia Has Massive Cleanup Job This MorningDan Koob reports.
Philadelphia Weather: Gorgeous Sunday In StoreMeteorologist Llarisa Abreu has your forecast.
SEPTA Suspends Bus Routes Through Center City As Result Of Violent George Floyd ProtestsIt is unclear when the bus routes will resume at this time.
Philadelphia Gov. Tom Wolf Signs Emergency Declaration Following George Floyd Protests SaturdayGov. Tom Wolf released a statement Saturday night.
George Floyd Protests Turn Violent In Harrisburg, PittsburghAccording to our sister station CBS21 in Harrisburg, all bridges into the city have been closed.
Philadelphia Police Officer Struck By Car While Trying To Stop Alleged Looters, 12 Other Officers InjuredThe officer suffered a broken arm and other injuries.
Fire Crews Still Working On Difficult Hot Spots Following Fire Caused By Angry Looters After George Floyd Protests SaturdayDan Koob reports.
Peaceful George Floyd Protests Turn Violent In Philadelphia SaturdayThe day started off with a peaceful protests at City Hall and the Philadelphia Art Museum.
Weather Update: Gorgeous Sunday In StoreLlarisa Abreu reports.
Amazon Offering Permanent Jobs To Those Hired As Temporary Employees During Coronavirus PandemicThat is about 70% of the employees the company recently hired.
Windows Smashed At TD, Prudential Banks In Center CityIt is unclear if anything was taken at this time.
Philadelphia Businesses Tagged With 'Black Lives Matter,' 'Justice For Floyd' MessagesBusinesses across Philadelphia were tagged with spray paint Saturday.
Looters Continue To Rummage Through Center City Stores As Philadelphia's Mandatory Curfew Was Lifted At 6 A.M.Dan Koob reoprts.
Looters Target King Of Prussia Mall As George Floyd Protest Turn ViolentThe windows of the AT&T store on Route 202 and Allendale Road were smashed.
Looting Overshadows Message From Peaceful George Floyd Protesters In PhiladelphiaHoward Monroe reports.
George Floyd Protests Give Way To Violence, Looting In Center CityMatt Petrillo reports.
Looters Spotted At 18th And Walnut Streets In Center CityJoe Holden reports.
Philadelphia Police Officer Struck By Car In Hit-And-Run, Police SayThe officer suffered a broken arm.
Walnut Street Building Fire Grows To Three AlarmsJoe Holden reports.