Fatal fire in Point Breeze under investigation
A fire in Point Breeze early Saturday took the lives of two residents and prompted an ongoing investigation to identify the cause of the fire.
Report: This beach was ranked the best in all of New Jersey
Let the shore wars begin.
Pennsylvania lawmaker calls colleague 'lying homosexual' in Facebook rant
Republican Pennsylvania State Rep. Daryl Metcalfe ranted on Facebook against Democratic colleagues, calling Rep. Chris Rabb a “liberal loser” and Rep. Brian Sims, the first openly gay elected state legislator, a “lying homosexual.”
Police ID boy, 6, killed by alleged drunk driver in West Philly
The fatal crash occurred at 63rd and Callowhill streets around 11:12 p.m. Sunday, according to police.
Southwest cancels 40 flights Sunday for accelerated engine inspections
Southwest Airlines canceled 40 flights on Sunday to inspect fan blades on CFM56-7B engines like the one that blew on a flight last week, killing a passenger and forcing an emergency landing in Philadelphia.
Cosby trial winds down as judge blocks use of old testimony
As the Bill Cosby trial enters its third week, Judge Steven O’Neill will keep jurors from hearing an old testimony that prosecutors hoped would discredit Cosby’s accuser in the case, the Associated Press reported.
Campus security officers at Cherry Hill high schools carry weapons as of today
Two campus security officers are assigned to daily patrol at each of the schools – Cherry Hill High School East and Cherry Hill High School West, according to a March 28 letter to parents and staff from Schools Superintendent Dr. Joseph Meloche about the security enhancements.
Eagles Super Bowl parade cost $2.7 million in police overtime, damages
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney’s office announced the Eagles’ Super Bowl parade cost $2.27 million in total. The tab includes $2 million in overtime for city officials — most notably police officers who worked overtime — and the rest will go to damages incurred during the festivities. The Philadelphia Eagles reportedly will cover the $273,000 in damages, leaving it up to taxpayers to cover $500,000. The city will pick up the $1.5 million difference.
Philadelphia International Airport holding job fair at Liacouras Center
Philadelphia International Airport will hold a job fair at the Liacouras Center on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Hundreds of positions are available with more than 50 participating businesses.
Two women found dead from apparent murder-suicide on the Main Line
Officials are investigating after two women were found dead in the Bryn Mawr section of Radnor Township Monday night. The women were in a twin home on the first block of Lowry Lane, only several blocks from Villanova University.
In Philadelphia visit, Holder asks Starbucks: where was the common sense?
Former Attorney General Eric Holder was in Philadelphia on Monday night, and the recent Starbuck controversy was on his mind.