Natasha Brown reports.
Northern Liberties Closing Street For Outdoor Dining SaturdayA half-mile section of North 2nd Street will be shut down.
Delaware State University Announces Plans To Bring Students, Staff BackPresident Tony Alleb announced the plans on Tuesday.
Long Lines Form As New Jersey Drivers Flock To Motor Vehicle Commission After Monthslong COVID-19 Shut DownMatt Petrillo reports.
Philadelphia Weather: Tracking Tropical MoistureMeteorologist Kate Bilo has your forecast.
Temple University Hospital Taking Part In Clinical Trial For COVID-19 TreatmentThey have treated the first patients in the United States using a novel immunotherapy approach.
Philadelphia School District Announces Series Of Town Hall MeetingsOfficials are working to determine what the new school year will look like.
Delaware Added To Other State's Travel Advisory ListAlecia Reid reports.
Man Arrested After Barricade Situation In East FallsJoe Holden reports.
Phillies Infielder Scott Kingery, Pitcher Tommy Hunter And 3 Coaches Test Positive For COVID-19General Manager Matt Klentak made the announcement on Tuesday.
DeSean Jackson Posts Apology Following Social Media Posts Supporting Anti-SemitismPat Gallen reports.
Medical Treatment During The Pandemic Is A ChallengeStephanie Stahl reports.
Possible Misconduct Involving Detective In Downingtown Caught On VideoMatt Petrillo reports.
Philadelphia Weather: Steamy, Stormy MondayMeteorologist Lauren Casey has your forecast.
Barnegat Township Police Put Together Map Of Incidents Related To FireworksPolice say five people have been arrested and charged with possession of illegal fireworks since July 1.
In-Person Graduation Ceremonies Resume In New JerseyAll ceremonies must be held outdoors, adhere to social distancing guidelines and capacity restrictions.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Announces $53 Million In Aid For Eligible Child Care ProvidersThe governor says the aid will help keep child care centers afloat.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Expresses Concern Over Rise In COVID CasesHe also said it is crucial that anyone coming to the state from a "hot spot" heed the 14-day quarantine.
July 4th Holiday Weekend Was Especially Violent In PhiladelphiaJoe Holden reports.
Spraygrounds, Camps Reopen Throughout PhiladelphiaCampers couldn't wait to run through the playground at Mander Playground.
Delaware Valley Restaurants Chomping At Bit To ReopenHoward Monroe reports.
Penn State University Announces 1st Known COVID-19-Related Death Among StudentsUniversity officials say, Juan Garcia, 21, died June 30.
US Air Force Thunderbirds To Fly Over Philadelphia On July 4thThe jets are scheduled to take flight around 5:15 p.m. on Saturday.
Boys Of Summer Are Back As Phillies Kick Off Spring Training 2.0Dan Koob reports.
Three More Atlantic City Casinos ReopenThey were closed for months due to the coronavirus.