The shooting happened on the 3100 block of Kensington Avenue around 5:30 p.m.
Philadelphia Weather: Heat Builds AgainKate Bilo has the latest weather update.
Mayor Kenney Signs City's Wage Tax Bill, Giving Very Small Boost To PaychecksThe bill will save someone who makes $50,000 a year, $20.
$6 Billion Investment Into Navy Yard ExpansionThe city says the development will bring 12,000 new jobs to the area.
Arson Suspect Arrested In Connection To Fire, Building Collapse That Killed Philadelphia Fire Lt. Sean WilliamsonJoe Holden reports.
South Jersey Father Writes Children's Books Focusing On Families With 2 DadsBrandon Goldner reports.
Inflation Driving Up Price Of Fireworks Ahead Of Fourth Of JulyMadeleine Wright reports.
Woman Critically Injured After Being Hit By Police Officer's VehicleIt happened just after 9 a.m. Tuesday.
Man In Custody After Barricade Situation In West Oak Lane, Police SayNo officers or neighbors were injured.
Man Recovering After Being Brutally Attacked By Group Of Teens In Fairmount Over WeekendHoward Monroe reports.
Authorities Arrest Suspect In Fire That Led To Death Of Philadelphia FirefighterJoe Holden reports.
New Survey Shows There's Been An Increase In Violence Against Nurses, Health Care Staff In New Jersey HospitalsStephanie Stahl reports.
SCOTUS Decision To Overturn Roe v. Wade Is Already Creating Surge Of Patients In Pennsylvania, Health Care Centers SayAlicia Roberts reports.
Crime Without Punishment: PhiladelphiaCBS3's Joe Holden reports.
Airbnb Is Permanently Banning Parties And Events In Its ListingsAirbnb says the party ban was effective, especially in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Philadelphia Weather: Heat Builds AgainMeteorologist Llarisa Abreu has the latest forecast.
Free Health Initiative Being Held At Sanctuary Farm In North PhiladelphiaA number of organizations including the American Heart Association are providing free health services there.
Atlantic City Casino Workers' Union Says Contract Negotiations Are Ongoing But Preparations For Strike ContinueThe union voted to authorize a strike after their contract expired last month.
Department Of Health And Human Services Announces Steps In Wake Of Supreme Court Roe v. Wade DecisionSecretary Xavier Becerra said the department will increase access to abortion medication and take steps to safeguard the privacy of patients and health care providers.
Off-Duty Corrections Officer Fires Back At Suspect During Carjacking, Police SayWakisha Bailey reports.
Police Officer Crashes Into Pedestrian In Bella VistaThe pedestrian was taken to the hospital and is in critical condition.
2 Buildings Evacuated In Barricade Situation In West Oak LaneA SWAT team is heading to the scene.
Authorities Announce Arson Arrest Made In Connection To Fire, Building Collapse That Killed Philadelphia FirefighterA press conference will be held at 4:30 p.m.
Digital Brief: Tuesday, June 28 (A.M.)Janelle Burrell has your Tuesday morning Digital Brief.
People Drawn To Others Who Smell Like Them, Study SaysThe study says people tend to become friends with people who smell like them.