Lauren Casey has the latest forecast.
Opening Night Won't Happen Overnight For Philadelphia Theatre Company As Restrictions To Be LiftedAlicia Roberts reports.
Lawsuit Filed Against Robbinsville Hindu Temple Alleges Forced LaborAlexandria Hoff reports.
Digital Brief: May 11, 2021 (PM)Jessica Kartalija has the latest headlines.
Philadelphia Weather: Feeling Like Freezing TonightKate Bilo has the latest forecast.
Sesame Must Be Identified On Labels Under New Allergy LawStephanie Stahl reports.
SEPTA Launches New Online Tool To Check Seat AvailabilityIt's available on most bus routes right now.
Unexpected Shutdown For Maple Shade Volunteer Fire DepartmentThe township announced it's suspending the fire department for the next 90 days.
Police Searching For Man Wanted For Two Sexual Assaults In West ChesterBoth incidents happened within an hour of each other on the night of April 29.
Philadelphia Venues, Customers Rejoice Over Lifting Of Restrictions On June 11Matt Petrillo reports.
First Day On The Job For Jefferson Health's New Service DogTwo-year-old Maggie was hired last fall but has stayed home because of the pandemic.
Mother's Day Festivities Continue At The Watermark At Logan SquareFully vaccinated residents took part in a Mother's Day tea party.
Open For Business: M Concept In South PhiladelphiaVittoria Woodill reports.
Newark, Delaware, Offering Diners Chance To Eat, Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19It's all part of Newark's weekly Main Street al fresco dining event.
Delaware Expands COVID-19 Vaccinations To Children 12 And OlderThis comes after FDA approval.
Mural Arts Dedicates 2 New Murals Outside Philadelphia Municipal Services BuildingThe murals were inspired by the Black Lives Matter protests last summer.
Philadelphia District Attorney Primary Intensifies One Week OutJoe Holden reports.
Philadelphia To Lift All Safer At Home COVID-19 Restrictions On June 11Stephanie Stahl reports.
PennDOT Testing Variable Speed Limits On Schuylkill ExpresswayThis is in an effort to reduce traffic and congestion.
Waterford School District Moves To Remote Learning After 60% Teachers Are Out SickNatasha Brown reports.
Delaware Expands COVID-19 Eligibility To Children 12-15The expansion took effect immediately.
Some Philadelphia Suburban Counties Begin Vaccinating Children Ages 12-15Montgomery and Bucks Counties have started vaccinating that age group.
Philadelphia Marathon Weekend To Return This FallIt will be a scaled back program set for November 19 through the 21.
Federal Agents Descend On Mercer County Hindu Temple Accused Of Human Trafficking, Wage Law ViolationsChopper 3 was over the temple in Robbinsville.
Montgomery, Bucks Counties Begin Administering Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine To Children Ages 12-15 After FDA ApprovalMontgomery and Bucks Counties have begun administering Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to children 12 years and older after it was authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Katie Johnston reports.