The third and final day of the NFL draft was supposed to be slower. But thousands filed in.
Despite criticism for failing to show progress on some of his biggest campaign pledges, the president said the media has refused to give him credit and “deserves a very, very big fat failing grade.”
Tariq El-Shabazz, a candidate for district attorney in Philadelphia, cries racism after a report citing complaints from some of his former clients.
No injuries were reported in the blaze at 4200 Tackawanna Street but nearby home were evacuated.
Throw Away Dogs Project, a local nonprofit that rescues potential police K-9s, has donated 17 dogs to police and corrections agencies around the country, but none in the Philadelphia area. That hanged with the donation of Kilo, a Belgian Malinois, to SEPTA.
Shortly after 8 p.m., police and medics were called to the unit block of East 21st Street to respond to a shooting.
The young woman considered Jacob Malone, a pastor at a nondenominational church in Downingtown, as a father figure. Their daughter is 1 year old.
It has been nine months since Joyce Quaeay, Megan Short, Mashanda Johnson, and Joseline Perez were alive and caring for their kids.
Communities all over the country are looking for ways to respond to inadequate numbers of volunteers, who constitute 70 percent of the country's nearly 1.2 million firefighters. One official says the system is in a "crisis" that he hopes doesn't become "catastrophic."
History has taught the Jersey Shore: it needs clean water to survive. Some fear that rollbacks on clean water regulations by the Trump Administration ultimately could lead to the kinds of environmental disasters the area saw in the 1980s.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - A prominent Florida eye doctor accused of political corruption was convicted of Medicare fraud Friday, increasing the odds that federal prosecutors could pressure him to testify against Sen. Bob Menendez (D., N.J.).
A hundred bumpy days into an administration that has taken its knocks, Trump voters in Luzerne County said the president has shaken Washington to its core and renewed hope of lasting change.
Provisions in proposed charter renewals have created so much turmoil the School Reform Commission will consider only 10 of the 26 charters next week that are up for renewal. Harrisburg takes note.
Abington police said that it had been notified by the Philadelphia Medical Examiner's Office that the body of Krysten Laib had been positively identified. Police said her body was found Wednesday in the Delaware River. Her death was ruled a suicide, police said.
The Democrats running for district attorney in Philadelphia have been trying for months to nationalize the race, for attention and campaign cash. A billionaire last week may have just accomplished that for them.