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.
Takeout With Tori: Pizza JawnVittoria Woodill 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.
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.
Takeout With Tori: Piero's Italian Restaurant's Mother's Day SpecialsVittoria Woodill 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.
Delaware Reschedules Presidential Primary For July 7Delaware’s presidential primary has been rescheduled for July 7 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Rite Aid To Start Testing Adults Not Showing COVID-19 SymptomsRite Aid is expanding its coronavirus testing by opening a 46 additional no-charge testing sites beginning next week. Katie Johnston reports.
Coronavirus Latest: Six Flags To Require Reservations Once Amusement Parks ReopenPlanning a trip to Six Flags once the amusement park reopens? All visitors will now need to make a reservation in advance. Katie Johnston reports.
Coronavirus New Jersey: Jobless Claims At 1M In State, $2B Paid Out Since Outbreak BeganThe state Labor and Workforce Development Department said the number of claims is “by far the most ever recorded” over a similar time frame. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania, New Jersey And Delaware Among Most Strictest States In Coronavirus ResponseThe response to the coronavirus pandemic within the United States has been a patchwork of varying levels of stay-at-home and social distancing orders depending on each state’s government. Katie Johnston reports.
Delaware River Port Authority Reopening Cash Toll Lanes On 4 Bridges Connecting Pennsylvania With South JerseyThe Ben Franklin, Walt Whitman, Betsy Ross and Commodore Barry Bridges will begin accepting cash tolls once again on Monday, May 11 at 6 a.m. Katie Johnston reports.
Study Finds Philadelphia Among Top 15 Cities With Largest Share Of Adults Living AloneGoing weeks on end without seeing family, friends and loved ones makes for a lonely environment for anyone. Katie Johnston reports.
Sicklerville Homeowner Stabbed, Injured When She Opens Front DoorJudith Asber, 52, went to the Sicklerville home on Sunday afternoon and rang the doorbell, authorities said. Katie Johnston reports.
33-Year-Old Woman Arrested For Setting Police Vehicle On FireA Coatesville woman was arrested for allegedly setting a police vehicle on fire after her car was towed following a police stop. Geoff Petrulis reports.
New Jersey, Leagues Await Word In Sports Betting SuitThe major sports leagues are waiting to see if the U.S. Supreme Court will hear their arguments on whether they have to pay millions to a New Jersey horse racing association over sports betting litigation. Katie Johnston reports.