The dump truck struck the 40-year-old victim while making a right turn at an intersection, police said.
It does not look like the sun will be shining this weekend anywhere from the Shore to the outer suburbs.
Tinikah Hogan, 34, has been charged with a string of felonies while police look for her alleged accomplice.
Officials say one of the two tossed an M-type explosive into a Chinese restaurant.
The weather service says we're in for "pleasant summer weather."
And there will be little relief at the Shore.
The crash made guacamole of the morning rush for thousands of motorists headed into Philadelphia.
The latest explosion occurred in Milford Township and apparently was set off by a tractor mower cutting grass on a rural road.
The men killed in crash of the twin-engine plane were both from Burlington County.
The National Transportation Safety Board says it will investigate the crash of twin-engine Beech Baron 58 that claimed two lives.
They're a work of art.
Investigators are trying to determine if the woman died as a result of foul play or suicide.
The four people rescued from the three-story Port Richmond row house were taken to hospitals with what were described as non-life-threatening injuries.
A woman and a man were stabbed in unrelated attacks following arguments with strangers at the Wawa at Broad and Walnut streets.
The northbound lanes of the North-South Freeway have reopened after the crash in Gloucester Township.
A man who was stabbed in the chest in the Wawa at South Broad and Walnut Streets is reported to be in stable condition.
The president of the company that makes the shields gave them to the graduating students at St. Cornelius School, which his daughters attend.
Duncan Hutchinson was rowing from New York to the British Isles when he ran into rough weather off the Jersey Shore.
The Philadelphia Eagles were supposed to go to the White House to celebrate their Super Bowl title. President Trump suddenly changed his mind.
One man was shot dead by by police and 22 people were injured when an all-night art festival in an historic former factory building became the scene of what officials called a gang-related shooting.
Joseph A. Gambardello is online breaking news editor. A former wire service foreign correspondent and New York City newspaper journalist, he joined the Inquirer in 1995 and has worked on the city, South Jersey, features, and online desks.