As Covid-19 vaccine manufacturers try to get their shots authorized for younger children in the US, less than a third of parents say they would get their child vaccinated as soon as it is authorized for their age group, a survey reveals. Katie Johnston reports.
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PHL Airport Offers Passengers Tips As It Gears Up For Busiest Season In 3 YearsAn estimated 7.68 million passengers are expected to pass through the airport between June and August.
New Schoolyard Celebration Held At James R. Lowell SchoolIt's got brand new playground equipment and room for the youngsters to stretch their legs.
Philadelphia Weather: When to Expect 90'sMeteorologist Llarisa Abreu has the latest forecast.
Ex-Cop Pleads Guilty To Aiding, Abetting Manslaughter In George Floyd's DeathThe two other officers are scheduled to go to trial on state charges next month.
New Jersey Gov. Murphy Announces Proposed Legislation That Would Establish Statewide Police Licensing Program.46 states already require law enforcement officers to be licensed.
Multi-Vehicle Accident Involving School Bus In East Vincent Township Under InvestigationIt's unclear what led to the crash.
PA Supreme Court Returns To Its Roots And Holds Oral Argument Session At Old City HallThe justices gaveled in their session Wednesday at nearby Independence Hall, which was also a previous meeting place for the court centuries ago.
Here's Where The PA US Senate Race StandsHere's a broader look at the latest numbers, giving a full view of the race as it stands at the moment.
Kathy Barnette Finishes Third, Celebrates Primary Night Alongside SupportersThe Montgomery County native surged in the polls over the last week but she'll still finish third, behind Oz and McCormick.
Ballot Counting Continues At Philadelphia Ballot Processing CenterAlicia Roberts reports.
Philadelphia Police Investigating Deadly Shooting In FrankfordThe shooting happened around 11:30 a.m. on the 1600 block of Margaret Street on Tuesday.
Digital Brief: May 18, 2022 (AM)Janelle Burrell has your latest headlines.
COVID-19 Cases Are Up 60% Across Northeast Part Of United StatesJan Carabeo reports.
Philadelphia Weather: Next Chance For ShowersLlarisa Abreu reports.
Austin Davis Projected To Win Democratic Nominee For Lieutenant Governor Over Philadelphia's Brian SimsDavis took more than 60% of the vote.
Gas Prices Hit More Than $5 Per Gallon At Some Philadelphia Gas StationsExperts blame the price increase on supply issues, combined with higher demand.
Berks County Voting Locations Stay Open Late Due To Issues With Electronic Poll BooksThe locations were forced to stay open until 9 p.m. on Tuesday.
Kathy Barnette Thanks Supporters On Primary NightBarnette is currently in third place behind Mehmet Oz and Dave McCormick to become the GOP candidate for Pennsylvania's U.S. Senate seat.
Community In Disbelief After Teenager Dies Due To Sand Collapsing On Him, Sister In Toms RiverJan Carabeo reports.
Pennsylvania US Senate Race Between Republicans Mehmet Oz, Dave McCormick Too Close To CallRoss DiMattei reports.
Josh Shapiro, Doug Mastriano To Face Off In November Election For Governor Of PennsylvaniaWakisha Bailey reports.
Philadelphia Weather: Wednesday Night RainKate Bilo reports.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman Wins Pa.'s Democratic Nomination For US SenateJasmine Payoute reports.
Kathy Barnette Not Conceding GOP Senate Race Just YetKerri Corrado reports.