Gov. Tom Wolf's administration told more than 70,000 state employees on Monday that it is offering five days of paid leave for getting fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of the year, quickly drawing opposition from the state treasurer over the potential cost. Katie Johnston reports.
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Manayunk Arts Festival Returns To Main StreetThe festival opens at 11 a.m. on Sunday.
Digital Brief: Sunday, June 26 (A.M.)Jan Carabeo has your Sunday morning Digital Brief.
Gas Prices Drop Below $5 Per Gallon On Average Across Delaware ValleyAAA expects a record number of road trips going into the Fourth of July weekend.
Viewing For Fallen Philadelphia Firefighter Being Held SundayThe Philadelphia Fire Department released the logistical information for the funeral of Lt. Sean Williamson earlier this week.
Bryce Harper Speaks To Media After Suffering Broken ThumbHarper was hit by a pitch in the Phillies' 4-2 win over the San Diego Padres.
Weather Update: Hot, Humid SundayTammie Souza reports.
Pet Project: Talking Dogs And FloorsAnimal Advocate Carol Erickson joins CBS3 for this week's Pet Project segment.
Philadelphia Weather: Air Quality AlertMatt Peterson has the latest forecast.
Police Investigating Multiple Shootings In PhiladelphiaIn one of the shootings, police say the found at least 45 spent shell casings.
Abortion Rights Advocates Gather For Bans Off Our Bodies Protest In Philadelphia After SCOTUS Overturned Roe v. WadeJasmine Payoute reports.
Philadelphia Girls Choir Holds Annual Spring Concert At Temple Performing Arts CenterThe theme for the concert was "Cover Me in Sunshine." The program explored music through the transition from night to day.
Local Residents Attend Avenue Of The Arts Block Party In PhillyThere were refreshments during the block party and plenty of other family-friendly activities.
Loved Ones Hold Balloon Release To Remember James SandersSanders was struck and killed by a vehicle in West Philly while he was walking home from a corner store.
Camden County Teenagers Gain Environmental Stewardship By Searching For Source Of Cooper RiverBrandon Goldner reports.
Protests Around The Country On Saturday After Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. WadeMore than 50 protests were held from coast to coast on Saturday. Supporters and opponents of abortion rights continue to make their voices heard in front of the Supreme Court.
Avenue Of Arts Block Party Held At Kimmel Cultural Campus In Center CityThe event was in association with Wawa Welcome America.
Manayunk Arts Festival Underway For 33rd Straight YearThe fair opens up at 11 a.m. on Sunday.
Korean War Veterans Honored At Penn's LandingMore than 5 million soldiers and civilians died during the war between 1950 and 1953.
Price Of Gas Dips Below $5 Per Gallon In Philadelphia RegionAccording to AAA, the average price of gas per gallon is $4.98.
Teamsters Local 830, Beer Distributors Agree To New Contract After Striking For Better WagesThe union went on strike last week, but says you shouldn't see any effects ahead of the fourth of July weekend.
Separate Shootings In Philadelphia Leave 2 Dead, Another InjuredNo arrests have been made in either shooting.
SEPTA Drivers In Bensalem Prepare For International Roadeo ContestThe national driver's competition will be held in Minneapolis.
Philadelphia Weather: More Heat AheadMatt Peterson has the latest weather for the weekend and next week.
Abortion Rights Advocates Gather At City Hall In Philly For Second Straight Day To Protest Reversal Of Roe v. WadeJasmine Payoute reports.