Woman sues Uber after horrific trip to the Philadelphia airport
An Uber ride to Philadelphia International Airport went awry for one Montgomery County woman who left stranded on the side of the Pennsylvania Turnpike and has now filed a lawsuit against the ride-share tech giant.
Shining a light on Pennsylvania's shocking parole-to-prison trap
At age 13, I lost my older brother to homicide.
Ejected Eagles fan punched a police horse at Falcons game, officers say
First snowballs and Santa Claus, now this.
Woman struck by SEPTA subway after slipping onto tracks
A 35-year-old woman is being treated for serious injuries after she slipped on the tracks of SEPTA's Broad Street Line and made contact with a train, according to officials.
Delco man gets 90 years for 'horrific' sexual abuse of young girl
A Delaware County man was sentenced on Tuesday to 90 years in federal prison for sexually assaulting the 7-year-old daughter of his childhood friend.
Light snow slickens roads, delays school
Light snow continues to fall Wednesday morning across much of the Philadelphia region, where accumulations look to register about an inch in the city to a half-foot in the Poconos before the storm moves out by late morning.
Philly sues pharmaceutical companies claiming they have liability in opioid crisis
Philadelphia is filing a civil lawsuit against opioid manufacturers, alleging they are partially liable for the opioid addiction crisis sweeping the city and nation, city officials announced Wednesday.
Philadelphia woman, 30, fatally struck by multiple cars in Bucks County
Authorities in Bensalem Township are investigating a fatal car accident that killed a 30-year-old woman from Philadelphia on Wednesday morning.
Delaware legislation prevents those with mental illness from owning firearms
In the years since the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting, many states have pushed for updates to gun control laws, including Delaware, which was one of the earliest adopters. Now, five years later, legislators in Delaware hope to tighten regulations regarding gun ownership by barring those with mental conditions from purchasing firearms.
Philadelphia Water Department working at frantic pace to make service calls
The brutal cold spell that settled into Philadelphia late last year and lingered into the New Year is still wreaking havoc on Philadelphia's sewage system.
Pennsylvania's first medical marijuana dispensary opens
The first medical marijuana dispensary in Pennsylvania opened this week in the Lehigh Valley.