Winter storm is a washout, but rain and freezing temps still on the way

Little to no snow remains in the forecast, but cold temperatures are on the way.

Thousands flood the Parkway for Women’s March on Philadelphia in third annual rebuke of Trump

A sea of people filled the Parkway Saturday morning, holding signs like "I'm With Her" and "No More Turning a Blind Eye."

Thousands flood the Parkway for Women’s March on Philadelphia in third annual rebuke of Trump

A sea of people filled the Parkway Saturday morning, holding signs like "I'm With Her" and "No More Turning a Blind Eye."

Opinion

‘I don’t have anything organic.’ In new Whole Foods' shadow, a Delco Italian mom-and-pop mart is a rebel | Maria Panaritis

A Whole Foods opens in a Philly suburb. But the real drama isn't in the sushi aisle.
Opinion

‘I don’t have anything organic.’ In new Whole Foods' shadow, a Delco Italian mom-and-pop mart is a rebel | Maria Panaritis

A Whole Foods opens in a Philly suburb. But the real drama isn't in the sushi aisle.

Bucks County man headed to trial in rape-murder of Grace Packer could face the death penalty

Sullivan is accused of raping, murdering, and dismembering 14-year-old Grace Packer, whose remains authorities say he and his girlfriend dumped in the Luzerne County woods in October 2016.

Bucks County man headed to trial in rape-murder of Grace Packer could face the death penalty

Sullivan is accused of raping, murdering, and dismembering 14-year-old Grace Packer, whose remains authorities say he and his girlfriend dumped in the Luzerne County woods in October 2016.
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Anonymous donor puts up $500,000 for interest-free loans for Philly-area federal employees

The loans cost nothing and require no cosigners. They must be repaid 90 days after the government reopens.

‘This is Lower South. I know everything there is to know’: Corrupt Bucks County judge pleads guilty

John Waltman, a former district magistrate judge, wielded astonishing control over the government of the working-class Bucks County community of Lower Southampton. New transcripts of FBI wire recordings reveal how he used it to further his many crimes.

As Biden mulls 2020 run, his Scranton hometown asks: ‘Can his family go through all this?’

As Joe Biden considers another run for president, some in Scranton say they feel protective of their native son, expressing concern about the toll of another campaign. And, like many Democrats across the country, others are torn over their desire for new leadership.

Blondell Reynolds Brown leaving Philadelphia City Council after two decades

Just seven weeks ago, Brown had said she was planning to seek reelection. Why she changed her mind wasn’t immediately clear, but Brown planned a Friday afternoon news conference to discuss her decision.

A popular YouTube car show started as father-son bonding for a Huntingdon Valley family

Over the shows' two seasons, the crew has filmed in Ireland and Croatia, They’ve driven rare and iconic cars, including a 1950s Ferrari Testarossa, an Audi R8, an Aston Martin DB9, and a Corvette Stingray. A couple videos have more than 100,000 views.

More ex-Wilmington Trust bankers sentenced to prison

Two more bankers at what was once the Philadelphia area's largest locally-based bank were sentenced to federal prison for lying about massive loan losses.

Montco DA: ‘No evidence of a crime’ in deaths of elderly couple

A postal worker found Ross and Rhoda Woodward dead outside their home on Dec. 4.

As Philly pushes for more medication-assisted drug treatment, thousands of treatment slots are still empty

Nearly a quarter of Philadelphia's treatment slots offering opioid-based treatment medications or opioid blockers are still empty, city officials said Thursday.

‘I didn’t want him to be buried alone' -- More than 1,000 people attend funeral for Vietnam veteran

Peter Turnpu, 77, a Vietnam veteran, died alone and had few friends. More than 1,000 people attended his funeral with military honors on Friday afternoon.

Broke In Philly

Why so few of Philly’s homeless Latinos use shelters, get city services

They are Philly’s poorest minority group, but step inside a city homeless shelter and there are few Latinos. Why?

AG Josh Shapiro’s legal fight vs Navient, for-profit colleges heats up in Pa. | Debt Valley

Pa. is ground zero for student loan debt, and Attorney General Josh Shapiro is suing Navient Corp. one of the largest loan servicers, alleging that debtors were mislead and defrauded.

A dash of snow, and more wintry weather this weekend: Latest on the forecast and transit

The nuisance snow is a prelude to a bigger, more complicated winter storm coming this weekend.

Women’s March on Philadelphia: Street closures, SEPTA, parking, and what else to know

Are you planning on joining in the annual Women's March on Philadelphia? Here's what to know about getting there.

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Trump offers temporary protections for some immigrants in exchange for wall money

Trump ‘appreciates’ Mueller’s statement on report’s accuracy

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