Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw and other officials spoke at a press conference on Sunday to give an update on the mass shooting in Philadelphia that killed three people and wounded 11 others.
Crozer-Chester Medical Center Program Encouraging Minority Students To Pursue STEM CareersStephanie Stahl reports.
Protesters On Capitol Hill Called On Congress To Take Action To Protect Abortion RightsNew wave of protests and court battles are underway after the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, sending the question of abortion rights back to the states.
Atlantic City Casino Workers 'Really Serious' About Striking Friday If No Agreement Is ReachedBrandon Goldner reports.
House Goes Up In Flames In Cape May CourthouseThere have been no reported injuries.
21-Year-Old Woman Killed After Disgruntled Patron Fires At Least 15 Shots Into Northeast Philadelphia Bar, Police SayAlicia Roberts reports.
Rabies Alert Issued In Kent County, Delaware After Stray Cat Tests PositiveThe animal was found near the area of Smyrna Landing Road, a residential neighborhood.
Delaware County DA, Springfield Police Provide Update On Deadly Road Rage IncidentA 54-year-old man killed in the shooting was identified as King Hua.
Philadelphia Weather: Warming Back UpMeteorologist Llarisa Abreu has the latest forecast.
Wawa Hoagie Day Giving Away Free Hoagies At Independence Mall WednesdayWorkers are busy building eight-tons worth of turkey hoagies at the National Constitution Center.
New Mural Dedication To Be Held at Kimmel CenterThe dedication will be held on Wednesday afternoon, including a performance by local high school students.
Pediatricians Say Breast Milk Provides Significant Health Benefits To BabiesThe group still recommends breast feeding for the first six months of a babies life but supports continued breast feeding to the age of two or older.
Man Killed In Apparent Road Rage Shooting In Springfield, Authorities SayPolice are searching for the person who pulled up to a vehicle and fatally shot another driver on a busy road in Springfield Township. Madeleine Wright reports.
Pediatric Vaccines Available At Philadelphia Health CentersThe clinics are distributing both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to both kids and adults.
21-Year-Old Woman Killed After Disgruntled Patron Fires At Least 15 Shots Into Northeast Philadelphia Bar, Police SayRoss DiMattei reports.
Philadelphia Nonprofit Legacy Of Hope Offering Help To Families Facing Cancer DiagnosisUkee Washington reports.
Uncle Of 21-Year-Old Woman Killed In Northeast Philly Bar Speaks Out: 'Hold People Accountable'Police say the woman was an innocent bystander in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Jason Kelce To Host 2nd Annual Celebrity Bartending Event In Sea Isle CityKelce will be the celebrity bartender at the Ocean Drive in Sea Isle City on Wednesday.
Wife Provides Investigators With Key Evidence To Catch Suspects Who Allegedly Attacked Her Husband In FairmountWakisha Bailey reports.
Vanderwende's Ice Cream Opening Location In Old CityThe Delaware-based company is opening its first Philadelphia location Tuesday. Thirty-two homemade ice cream flavors will be offered at the location.
FDA Advisory Committee Recommending New COVID Booster Shots For FallNow, both Moderna and Pfizer say the updated boosters could help hold off another surge in cases. A final decision is expected within days.
'How Many Children Are Going To Die?' Uncle Of Victim Killed By Stray Bullet Inside Northeast Philadelphia Bar Speaks OutRoss DiMattei reports.
Weather Update: Heat Builds AgainLlarisa Abreu reports.
CBS3 Teaming Up With CBS News To Investigate Why National Homicide Clearance Rate Is At All-Time LowFlip a coin, that 50-50 odds is the likelihood of a murder getting solved in the United States, according to FBI data. Tune in to CBS Mornings Wednesday at 7 a.m. and Eyewitness News at 5 p.m. to watch our special series "Crime Without Punishment."
Sheetz Convenience Store Chain Lowers Price For Unleaded 88 Gas Through Fourth Of July HolidayBut there is a catch, not all vehicles can take the grade of gas.