FedEx Critically Wounded After Shooting In PhiladelphiaA FedEx delivery driver was critically wounded in a shooting in the Queen Village section of Philadelphia on Tuesday morning. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Officials Confirm First COVID-19 Positive Cat In StateThe cat had presented a mild respiratory illness in early October. Due to respiratory distress, the cat was euthanized. Katie Johnston reports.
215-Gallon Oil Spill Discovered At Delaware BeachAn approximately 215-gallon oil spill has been discovered at a Delaware beach. The spill from an unknown source spanned three-quarters of a mile of upper Delaware Bay coastline, depositing much of the oil that came ashore in the sand at Broadkill Beach. Katie Johnston reports.
Several Local Colleges, Universities Among Top 10 Best In PennsylvaniaSeveral colleges and universities in the Philadelphia region are among the top 10 in Pennsylvania, according to WalletHub's 2021’s Best College & University Rankings report. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS3 Pet Project: What It Means When Your Dog, Cat Gets The 'Zoomies'Carol Erickson joins CBS3 for this week's Pet Project.
New Jersey Shatters Its Own Sports Betting Record In SeptemberNew Jersey’s fast-growing sports betting market blew past its own national record in September, taking in more than $748 million in bets from sports gamblers finally able to wager on football amid the coronavirus outbreak. Katie Johnston reports.
Halted For Coronavirus, Live Poker To Resume Soon In Atlantic CityPoker is coming back to Atlantic City, with a few tweaks to accommodate the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Talks On Critical Election Legislation In Pennsylvania Stall Between Gov. Wolf, Legislature's House GOP MajorityClosed-door talks on legislation seen as crucial to producing a prompt election result in the presidential battleground state of Pennsylvania appeared stuck Thursday between the Democratic governor and the Legislature's House Republican majority. Katie Johnston reports.
Burlington County Authorities Investigating After Woman Found Dead Inside HomeA 61-year-old woman was found bludgeoned and stabbed to death inside of her Burlington home on Wednesday afternoon. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Union Sues Philadelphia Over Public Hearing OrdinanceUnion leaders said when the ordinance passed and reiterated Wednesday that the ordinance targets the police union by not requiring any other public employees union to hold the same hearings. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Jumps To Seventh Spot On List Of 'Rattiest Cities' In USRats! Philadelphia is getting "rattier." The City of Brotherly Love has jumped to the No. 7 spot on Orkin's annual "Top 50 Rattiest Cities" list. Katie Johnston reports.
Election Officials Doing All They Can To Make Sure Pennsylvania Doesn't End Up Like Florida Two Decades AgoElection officials in Philadelphia, home to one-fifth of the state's Democratic voters, have been sued by President Donald Trump’s campaign, blasted by the president as overseeing a place “where bad things happen” and forced to explain security measures after a theft from a warehouse full of election equipment. Katie Johnston reports.
Ridley Township Police Searching For Suspects Responsible For Vandalizing Police & Fire Memorial With Dish SoapPolice in Ridley Township are searching for suspects responsible for vandalizing a Police & Fire Memorial Monday night. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Eagles Allowing Fans Back At Lincoln Financial Field After City Gives New Guidance On GatheringsPhiladelphia Eagles fans will finally be allowed back inside Lincoln Financial Field. Philadelphia officials announced Tuesday new guidance for how many people can attend indoor and outdoor events as the city still battles the COVID-19 pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Several Pennsylvania Cities Named Among Best Places To Live In United StatesMultiple cities in the Philadelphia region were recently named among the best places to live in the United States. Katie Johnston reports.
How To Help Soothe Your Dog's Upset StomachAnimal Advocate Carol Erickson joined Eyewitness News with some tips.
LuLaRoe Settles Refund Policy Lawsuit In Pennsylvania After Consultants Say Company Never Refunded ThemCalifornia-based clothing company LuLaRoe has settled a lawsuit claiming the company owed several Pennsylvanians tens of thousands of dollars for returned merchandise. Katie Johnston reports.
Conservationists Believe Up To 1,500 Birds Killed In Single Day After Flying Into Philadelphia SkyscrapersConservationists believe up to 1,500 birds were killed in a single day after flying into Philadelphia skyscrapers. The only word Stephen Maciejewski can use to describe the event is traumatic. Katie Johnston reports.
Biden To Hold Town Hall In Philadelphia After Trump Backs Out Of Virtual DebateThe second scheduled debate between President Donald Trump and Democrat candidate Joe Biden appears to be canceled. Biden instead will hold a town hall in Philadelphia next week. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court To Hear Bill Cosby's Sex Assault Conviction Appeal On Dec. 1The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will hear Bill Cosby's appeal of his felony sex assault conviction on Dec. 1. Cosby, 83, is serving a three- to 10-year prison term. Katie Johnston reports.
28-Year-Old Man Fatally Shot Outside Willingboro HomeA man was shot and killed outside of his home in Willingboro overnight. The shooting happened around 1:30 a.m. Thursday on the first block of Maplewick Lane in the Millbrook Park section of Willingboro. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Identify Remains Of Girl Found In September 2019, Persons Of Interest In CustodyAuthorities also identified the persons of interest as 28-year-old Kristie Haas and 38-year-old Brandon Haas. Katie Johnston reports.
Six People Accused Of Plotting To Kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen WhitmerFour of the six men had planned to meet Wednesday to “make a payment on explosives and exchange tactical gear,” the FBI said in the court filing. Katie Johnston reports.
Trump Campaign's Pennsylvania Training Tape For Poll Watchers Tells Them Specifically Not To Challenge Every BallotBe the eyes and ears of the Trump campaign. Be vigilant. Don't assume the worst in people. And be courteous -- even to Democrats. Katie Johnston reports.