A school bus and a tractor trailer were involved in an accident on the I-95 northbound near Front Street in South Philadelphia.
The couple who made national news after naming their baby Adolf Hitler has lost custody of their four children, three of which are named in honor of the Nazis.
It may be dry through most of the day, but expect storms at night. There's better news for the weekend.
It's back to the picket line for teachers in the Neshaminy School District in Bucks County.
Was a SEPTA worker targeted for a hit? That's what cops are trying to figure out.
Deliberations could begin Friday for the jury in a landmark clergy sex abuse case involving two priests in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
The state of Michigan is fining its prison food vendor $200,000 for "unacceptable" errors since food service was privatized late last year.
Emergency responders have been called to 25th and South streets in Philadelphia where three children have been shocked at a pool.
A community organization based in Frankford is continuing its work of bringing in out-of-town volunteers to help clean up some of Philadelphia's most notorious neighborhoods.
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane announced today the arrest of a fugitive, John "G" Guerra, 40, Philadelphia, who faces charges for his alleged role in a major Philadelphia-area prostitution organization.
The drunk and unruly passenger who allegedly groped three women aboard a US Airways flight to London in May was charged today by information with interference with a flight crew, according to federal prosecutors.
More than 100 of the world's best anglers are taking over the Delaware River as part of one of the country's largest fishing tournaments.