Almost 30 years of Eyewitness News is coming to Temple. CBS3 will donate its vast archive of more than 20,000 videotapes to the university's Paley Library, CBS3 president Michael Colleran and Temple president Ann Weaver Hart are to announce today in a joint news conference.
In the courtroom of life, there's not much order for Philadelphia judge Lisa Richette. She's been beaten and robbed on the streets of Center City - twice. She's been punched in the head while sitting in her car. She's had her chambers taken over by a deranged woman who donned her judicial robes.
It's 11 o'clock. Do you care where your local newscast is? Not as much as you used to. Viewership of local news is down across the country, and for the same reasons network news is hurting: the Internet, changing lifestyles, and a bottomless generation gap.
Brian Regan is a sweet guy who loves his family and won't snark on Paris Hilton. Despite those handicaps, he's funny. Funny enough to sell out theaters across the country. Funny enough to move 100,000 CDs. Funny enough to land his own Comedy Central special, at 10 p.m. Sunday.
Gail Shister joined The Inquirer in 1979 as its first female sportswriter, a barrier she also broke at The New Orleans States-Item (1975-78) and Buffalo Evening News (1974). She was the Inquirer's television columnist for 25 years.