Gov. Tom Wolf and Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine held a press conference on April 15, 2020.
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Philadelphia Weather: Big, Brief Warm-Up ThursdayKate Bilo has the latest forecast.
GameStop Employee Shot During Attempted Robbery In Lawncrest, Police SayNo arrests have been made.
Officials Investigating Gas Explosion Inside Home In South PhiladelphiaAlicia Roberts reports.
Ocean County Couple Missing For 2 Weeks Found DeadOn Tuesday, Stafford Township police found the bodies of 67-year-old Gary Parker and 60-year-old Lorraine Parker.
FDA Panel Votes To Recommend Merck's COVID-19 PillSiafa Lewis reports.
Digital Brief: Nov. 30, 2021 (PM)Ukee Washington has the latest headlines.
Philadelphia Weather: Quiet, Chilly First Day Of DecemberKate Bilo has the latest forecast.
Pilot Program To Pair New Jersey State Police With Certified Mental Health ScreenerThe program will be tried in the Cumberland County area.
Suspect Identified In Deadly Shooting Of Temple Student Samuel Collington, Sources SayJoe Holden reports.
Young Woman Beaten On SEPTA Train Shares Important MessageMatt Petrillo reports.
Open For Business: The Merrygold ShopVittoria Woodill reports.
Bucks County Authorities Investigating Mail TheftThey're looking into thefts of checks and merchandise.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules Mask Mandate For K-12 Schools Remains Until Appeal DecidedGov. Tom Wolf's appeal is expected to be heard next week.
Cardboard Christmas Tree Turning Heads in Asbury ParkSome are calling it beautiful and others are comparing it to a pile of Amazon boxes!
City Officials, Jewish Community Light Candles To Combat AntisemitismAs we begin the third night of Hanukkah, city leaders joined the Philadelphia Jewish community to call for an end to antisemitism.
FBI Offers Reward For Justin Smith, Suspected Of Killing Pregnant Girlfriend Dianna Brice In PhiladelphiaBrice’s body was found along Eastwick Avenue in Southwest Philly on April 5.
Camden County Issues Code Blue Ahead Of Freezing Temps Expected On Tuesday NightAlecia Reid reports.
Musicopia Gave Away Instruments To Schools On Giving TuesdayMusicopia's mission is to give opportunities for musical education.
Dr. Oz Running For US Senate In PennsylvaniaThe 61-year-old joins a crowded primary field.
50 Houses Without Water After Main Break In North PhiladelphiaThe water department says a two-inch water service line was found leaking around noon.
New Guidance Issued On COVID Booster Shots As Omicron Variant SpreadsUkee Washington reports.
Man Who Slammed 3 Delaware State Police Troopers With Stolen Tow Truck ChargedA Perryville, Maryland, man is behind bars and charged with the attempted murder of Delaware State Police troopers after he slammed a stolen tow truck into three police vehicles. Katie Johnston reports.
Mask Mandate For K-12 Schools Remains For Now, Pennsylvania Supreme Court RulesAn order requiring masks inside Pennsylvania's K-12 schools and child care facilities will remain in place while the state Supreme Court considers the governor's appeal of a lawsuit that overturned the mandate, the high court ruled Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Dr. Oz Plans To Run For Senate Seat In Pennsylvania, Sources SayDr. Mehmet Oz, the celebrity heart surgeon best known as the host of TV’s Dr. Oz Show, is planning to run for Pennsylvania’s open U.S. Senate seat as a Republican, according to two people familiar with his plans. Katie Johnston reports.