Llarisa Abreu has the Eyewitness Weather forecast.
COVID-19 Vaccinations Continue At Dover SpeedwayChild care providers will be vaccinated on Saturday.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations At Lowest Level In Three Months In New JerseyGov. Phil Murphy stressed the pandemic has been especially tough on Black and Brown communities.
Philadelphia Allowing Fans To Return To Sporting Events As City Relaxes COVID RestrictionsDan Koob reports.
Dozens Of DeSales University Students Dive Into Polar Pop ChallengeIt's all to support Special Olympics.
'The United States vs. Billie Holiday' Goes Deeper Into Background Of Classic 'Lady Sings The Blues'Ukee Washington talks to West Philadelphia native Lee Daniels.
17-Year-Old Arrested In Fatal Shooting Of Forrest Keys, University Of Arizona Student From Huntingdon ValleyA teenager has been arrested in the Feb. 20 shooting death of Forrest Keys, a University of Arizona student from Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, in a campus parking garage, the Tucson Police Department announced Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
Mural Arts Philadelphia Announces New Project To Honor Iconic Philadelphia Civil Rights GroupThey are honoring the Cecil B. Moore Philadelphia Freedom Fighters.
New Jersey Expands Program To Guarantee Tuition-Free Community CollegeGov. Phil Murphy signed legislation today, making the Community College Opportunity Grant Program permanent.
Public Charter School Leaders Calling On Gov. Wolf Not To Slash Funding For Charter SchoolsCharter school leaders say they are facing $229 million in cuts in Wolf's 2021 budget.
Parents Left Adjusting As Return To In-Person Learning For Some Philadelphia Students Delayed AgainNatasha Brown reports.
Potholes Emerging In Philadelphia Following Snowy MonthAlecia Reid reports.
Philadelphia Police Searching For 2 Suspects Who Robbed Boost Mobile Store On Ridge AvenueOne person was shot in the leg during the robbery on Tuesday evening.
Second Suspect Arrested In Deadly Montgomery County Bowling Alley ShootingRaymir Johnson, 20, of Lansdowne, is behind bars on $250,000 bail.
3 People Injured After Car Crashes Through Front Window Of Bucks County Shoe StoreIt happened just after 11 a.m. in Upper Southampton at Flaherty Shoes.
Camden County Man, Richard Tobin, Admits Coordinating Neo-Nazi Plot To Deface SynagoguesA New Jersey man admitted Friday to coordinating a neo-Nazi group’s plot to vandalize two Midwestern synagogues and cause other damage across the country. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Rolling Back Some Coronavirus RestrictionsStephanie Stahl reports.
Another Pennsylvania Health Network Vaccinates Employee KinThe University of Pennsylvania Health System has become the second health system in the state to acknowledge that it gave the COVID-19 vaccine to employees’ family members. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Officials Call For Action On Gun SafetyThis comes a week after a mass shooting that left eight people injured.
Philadelphia Weather: Wet WeekendMeteorologist Llarisa Abreu has your forecast.
Philadelphia City Officials Calling For Action On Gun Safety Following Mass Shooting Last WeekMatt Petrillo reports.
Schuylkill Expressway Cleared After Tractor-Trailer Overturns, Backs Up TrafficThe accident jammed traffic back to the Vine Street Expressway.
Portion Of I-95 Northbound To Be Closed For Hours After FedEx Truck OverturnsAccording to officials, the closure will a few hours as crews work to clean up packages all over the highway.
Portion Of Roosevelt Boulevard Closed Due To Overturned Truck, Carbon Dioxide Gas LeakThe accident happened on northbound Roosevelt Boulevard, Woodhaven Road, just before 11 a.m. Friday.
Pennsylvania Boy Wounded In Accidental Valentine's Day Shooting DiesA 12-year-old boy who suffered a head wound in an accidental shooting inside his family’s Dauphin County home on Valentine’s Day has died from his injuries, authorities said. Katie Johnston reports.