Johnson & Johnson Will Stop Selling Talc-Based Baby PowderJohnson & Johnson is abandoning a product that it may be most identified with and has been selling for more than 100 years -- talc-based baby powder. Katie Johnston reports.
Eagles Could Lose Over $200 Million In Stadium Revenue If Season Is Played Without Fans, Report SaysThere seems to be very little chance at this point that there will be full stadiums when and if the NFL kicks off its season this fall. Katie Johnston reports.
Phillies' Aaron Nola, Yuengling Team Up For Fundraiser To Benefit Hospitality Workers Impacted By PandemicPhillies All-Star Aaron Nola and Yuengling have teamed up to help Pennsylvania bar and restaurant workers impacted by COVID-19. Katie Johnston reports.
Annie Glenn, Widow Of Astronaut John Glenn, Dies Of COVID-19 Complications In Minn. Nursing HomeAnnie Glenn, the widow of astronaut and U.S. Sen. John Glenn and a communication disorders advocate, has died. She was 100-years-old. Katie Johnston reports.
Lawsuit Seeking To Hold Cosmo DiNardo's Parents Liable In Bucks County Murders Can ContinueA Philadelphia judge has ruled that a portion of a civil lawsuit seeking to hold the parents of a Bucks County man who pleaded guilty to killing four men liable for his actions can move forward. Katie Johnston reports.
Montour County Man Dies After Being Overcome By Fumes In Silo, Son RescuedThe county coroner’s office says 45-year-old Abraham Stoltzfus and his 16-year-old son entered the 60-foot grass silo Friday morning on the farm between Washingtonville and Jerseytown. Katie Johnston reports.
Fisherman Catches 400-Pound Tuna Off New Jersey CoastA fisherman reeled in a 400-pound tuna off the New Jersey coast over the weekend. Katie Johnston reports.
Dozens Of Residents Displaced After Fire In Philadelphia’s Frankford Neighborhood, Officials SayFire crews were called to a fire on the 4600 block of Leiper Street, just before 8 a.m. Katie Johnston reports.
How To Keep Your Pets Safe As More Wildlife Comes Out During Spring WarmupCarol Erickson joins Eyewitness News.
Philly Band Low Cut Connie Plays Socially-Distanced Concert For South Jersey HospitalLow Cut Connie, a Philadelphia rock band who cracked President Barack Obama's 2015 Spotify summer playlist, took their rock-and-roll outside this week for a socially-distanced concert. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Nurse Union Alleges Continued Rationing Of PPEPennsylvania state health officials are “being misinformed” about the availability of personal protective equipment inside hospitals, one of the state’s largest nurses’ unions alleges in a letter that says hospitals have “resorted to severe rationing” even as they resume elective surgeries. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Phillies Teaming Up With Philabundance For Phans Feeding Families Virtual Food DriveThe Philadelphia Phillies are teaming up with Philabundance for a virtual food drive. Katie Johnston reports.
Judge Reinstates Charges Against Amtrak Engineer In Deadly Philadelphia Amtrak CrashA judge has reinstated all charges brought against an Amtrak engineer for his role in a high-speed derailment in Philadelphia that killed eight people. Katie Johnston reports.
Coronavirus New Jersey: Rutgers To Have Paperless-Entry For All Sporting EventsThe state’s flagship university announced Wednesday that mobile-only ticketing to sports events will start this fall with the football season. Katie Johnston reports.
Lincoln Financial Field Offering Special Wedding Package For Couples Who Had Weddings CanceledLincoln Financial Field is offering a special wedding package for couples who had their weddings canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Archbishop Wood High School Triplets Receive Over $5 Million In Scholarships From 35 Colleges, UniversitiesAlex, Robert and Stevie Meyer are triplets and members of Archbishop Wood High School’s Class of 2020. Katie Johnston reports.
28-Year-Old Man Charged After Threatening Gov. Wolf Over Decision To Close BusinessesAuthorities say a man angry with Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s decision to close businesses during the coronavirus pandemic will face charges after he threatened the governor. Katie Johnston reports.
Bucks County Man Arrested, Charged For Assaulting Store Employee After Refusing To Wear MaskPerkasie Borough police say a 24-year-old Bucks County man is behind bars for assaulting a store employee after being told to wear a face covering while inside. Katie Johnston reports.
Coronavirus Pennsylvania: PennDOT To Use Existing Photos For Driver License, Identification Card RenewalsThey say the new renewal process will help limit the number of people inside license centers and will also help reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. Katie Johnston reports.
Princeton University Names First Black Valedictorian In School's 274-Year HistoryPrinceton University has named its first black valedictorian in the school’s 274-year history. Katie Johnston reports.
How To Help Families In Need During The PandemicAnimal Advocate Carol Erickson joins Eyewitness News.
One Law Firm Gets Lion's Share Of $112M In NFL Concussion FeesAfter years of infighting over $112 million in legal fees in the NFL concussion case, a federal appeals court has approved a plan that gives nearly half the money to a single law firm. Katie Johnston reports.
75-Year-Old Man Charged After Allegedly Coughing On Grocery Store Employee, Claiming He Had CoronavirusA 75-year-old Lower Makefield man is facing charges after allegedly coughing on a grocery store employee, claiming he had coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
Longtime Mummer Struck, Killed By Car While Crossing Road In Northeast PhiladelphiaInvestigators say the man hit by a car and killed Tuesday night in Northeast Philadelphia was a longtime mummer. Katie Johnston reports.