The Eagles are historic underdogs against the Saints on Sunday, but three local sports figures are actually predicting a Birds upset.
The child reportedly got away from her mother, sat down in a parking space and was struck by a vehicle that pulled into the spot.
A rally Saturday on Independence Mall that had been hyped online as having the potential to attract white supremacists or other violence-prone hate groups was instead a duel of political demonstrations that passed largely without incident but included four arrests.
Bernard Ogon allegedly signed bogus prescriptions for expensive medications.
William E. Hines Jr. was convicted of murder for killing Scott Willis, 54, in the Burlington Township.
Many of the most outspoken detractors to a slate of proposed reforms up for debate last week came from an older crop of prelates. Meanwhile, newly minted bishops emerged as the most vocal advocates.
Project Resilience - the opioid disaster declaration in Kensington - has made big progress in barely 6 weeks, with one significant disappointment.
The Philadelphia Half Marathon and Rothman 8K are Saturday, the Philadelphia Marathon is Sunday.
The state takeover of Atlantic City enters its third year, its legal bills surpassing $5.8 million, its inner working no more transparent under Gov. Murphy than they were under Gov. Christie.
The storm that ambushed the Philadelphia region with more than expected snow is gradually moving away from the area.
Police say Robert Dean Caesar, 56, purchased used boys' underwear and bathing suits on eBay.
The victim was shot once in the head just before 6 p.m. in the 700 block of East Madison Street.
Antonio Woods was busted in an undercover operation while he worked at George W. Hill Correctional Facility.