NJ Man Facing Charges For Threatening To 'Infect Everyone With Virus' Following DWI ArrestHamilton police say a 52-year-old man is facing a number of charges after threatening to infect officers with the coronavirus after being arrested for driving while intoxicated. Katie Johnston reports.
More Than 1 Million Pennsylvanians File Unemployment Claims Since Coronavirus OutbreakThat’s about one-sixth of the nearly 6.6 million people that Pennsylvania reported being in the civilian labor force in February. Katie Johnston reports.
Series Of Shootings In Trenton Leaves 1 Dead, 6 WoundedIt wasn’t clear if any of the three shootings on Sunday night were connected. Katie Johnston reports.
University Of Delaware Postpones Commencement Ceremony Due To PandemicThe University of Delaware is postponing its 2020 commencement due to the coronavirus pandemic. The ceremony was originally scheduled for Saturday, May 30. Katie Johnston reports.
Meek Mill’s REFORM Alliance To Send 100,000 Surgical Masks To Inmates, Staff At Correctional FacilitiesPhiladelphia native Meek Mill and his criminal justice reform organization are sending thousands of surgical masks to inmates and staff at correctional facilities across the country to help against the spread of COVID-19. Katie Johnston reports.
Joe Biden Predicts Democratic Convention Delay Until AugustFormer Delaware senator and prospective Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said he thinks his party’s nominating convention will have to be pushed back from July into August because of the coronavirus threat. Katie Johnston reports.
Lakewood Officers Break Up Large Funeral Gathering Violating New Jersey's Stay-At-Home OrderOfficials say 15 people have been charged after a large crowd became unruly as Lakewood police officers broke up a funeral gathering that violated New Jersey's stay-at-home order. Katie Johnston reports.
Burlington County Prosecutors: Caretaker Arrested For Sexually Assaulting Severely Impaired Teenage PatientA Pemberton Township man is behind bars after prosecutors say he sexually assaulted a severely developmentally impaired teenage girl while working as her caregiver. Katie Johnston reports.
Papa John's Hiring New Team Members In Philadelphia Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe company says they are making the process quick by possibly having people start work on the same day they apply and interview. Katie Johnston reports.
Kevin Hart Supplying Philadelphia Community With Hot Meals During COVID-19 OutbreakComedian Kevin Hart is giving back to his hometown during the coronavirus crisis. Hart partnered with Hungry @ Home to feed the elderly and those in need in the Philadelphia community.
Pennsylvania State Police No Longer Sending Troopers To Some CallsPennsylvania State Police will no longer respond in person to some types of calls as the agency tries to limit troopers’ contact with the public and slow the spread of the coronavirus, officials announced Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Taylor Townsend On Playing For WTT's Philadelphia Freedoms, Donald Young, Tennis CareerThe professional tennis player talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about the World Team Tennis All Star Match on CBS Saturday, April 4, her journey through tennis, and playing for the Philadelphia Freedoms.
New Jersey Extends State Tax Filing Deadline To July 15The New Jersey state tax filing deadline will be extended to allow the state to focus on COVID-19 response efforts. The deadline will be extended from April 15 to July 15. Katie Johnston reports.
Coronavirus Latest: Man Shoots Girlfriend, Kills Self After Being Upset About Pandemic, Losing Job, Wilson Police SayWilson police say a man shot his longtime girlfriend and killed himself because he was extremely upset about the coronavirus pandemic and losing his job. Katie Johnston reports.
Staff Member At Stevenson House Detention Center Tests PositiveA staff member at a second juvenile detention facility in Delaware has tested positive for the Coronavirus, state officials said Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Taco Tuesday: Taco Bell Is Offering Free Taco To Everyone In AmericaThe offer is available today only.
Philadelphia Police Say Thieves Targeting Vehicles With Cleaning Supplies, Bottled Waters InsidePhiladelphia police say there’s been an uptick in vehicle break-ins amid the Coronavirus outbreak. According to police, thieves have been targeting cars with water bottles and cleaning supplies left in plain sight. Katie Johnston reports.
Eagles Cheerleaders Holding Virtual Open Call Auditions For 2020 Season Through End Of AprilThe Philadelphia Eagles are in the hunt for new cheerleaders. The Eagles Cheerleaders are holding virtual auditions for the 2020 season. Katie Johnston reports.
Guy Fieri, American Restaurant Association Helping Restaurant Industry EmployeesRestauranteur Guy Fieri and the American Restaurant Association are doing what they can to support restaurant industry employees during the coronavirus outbreak. Katie Johnston reports.
Whole Foods Workers Planning Sickout For TuesdayThe workers are demanding paid sick leave for infected or quarantined workers.
Police: Man, Woman Hospitalized Following Double Shooting In South PhiladelphiaThe double shooting happened near the intersection of 26th and Penrose Avenue, just after 11:30 p.m. Sunday. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Man Cited For Hosting Wedding At Residence During Coronavirus PandemicAuthorities say a Lakewood man has been cited for hosting a wedding at his residence during the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
American Airlines Flight Attendant Dies From CoronavirusA longtime flight attendant based out of Philadelphia has died from the Coronavirus, American Airlines announced late Thursday night. Paul Frishkorn, 65, started with the company in 1997 and was based out of Philly. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania State Troopers Surprise 6-Year-Old With Birthday Video After His Party Was CanceledSix-year-old Ben was majorly bummed about his Ninja warrior birthday party being canceled. He’d been looking forward to it all year, that’s when his dad Mark decided to do something to cheer him up. Katie Johnston reports.