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Unions, Christie clashing again over pensions

Gov. Chris Christie has not yet said how he plans to cut the costs of pensions for public workers. More>>

2 large chicken farms planned for southern Del.

Plans for two enormous chicken farms in southern Delaware are testing the region's long-held faith in the poultry industry. More>>

Wawa To Close First Store Opened 50 Years Ago Video included


Wawa plans to close the first convenience store opened by the chain in the Philadelphia suburbs a half-century ago. More>>

2 suspects wanted in Atlantic City casino heist

Police are seeking two masked suspects who robbed an Atlantic City casino at gunpoint and made off with more than $180,000. More>>

Veteran Says He Escaped Attempted Armed Robber at Fast Food Drive-Thru Video included


All a 59-year-old Navy veteran wanted was a cheeseburger when he placed an order at the Burger King drive-thru on Tilton Road in Egg Harbor Township. Instead he got a brush with death on Sunday.

Police: Mother Left 6-week-Old Son In SUV


Philadelphia Police say a 35-year-old mother left her 6-week-old son inside her SUV at the Walmart on Franklin Mills Boulevard. More>>

Two Masked Men Steal Over $180,000 From Caesars Casino Video included


Authorities say two men stole $181,200.00 from Caesars Casino in Atlantic City early Monday morning. More>>

GreenDrop Raises Funds For Charitable Causes Video included


Are you wondering how to get rid of your old stuff and help your community? Well, GreenDrop may be a good option for you. GreenDrop is transforming old gas stations and turning them into drop off sites for unwanted items.

Eagles player charged with shoving Arizona officer


A Philadelphia Eagles player is facing charges in Arizona after authorities say he pushed a police officer investigating a bar brawl.


Security Program Tested At Citizens Bank Park Video included


Phillies fans are seeing something a little different as they head into Monday night'sgame.fans will be screened before entry into every Major League Baseball ballpark., including Citizens Bank Park.The program features threebrand new detectors that have been installed at the Right Field gates.The Phillies Director of Security says it’s part of an overall effort by the league to increase security at sporting events, especially after the Boston Marathon bombings."This isn't as intense as the a... More>>

Coast Guard Suspends Search For Boater

The Coast Guard is searching from the air and on the water for a boater who disappeared after his vessel struck a jetty in Longport. More>>

Ya Gotta Try This Tasting


Join FOX 29's Mike Jerrick and the Good Day Philadelphia team for a tasty night of yummy treats benefiting local youth.You've all seen Mike's weekly "Ya Gotta Try This" segments on Good Day Philadelphia, where he visits local restaurants and eating establishments to try their signature, and sometimes, unusual, dishes. Now you have the chance to do the same at the "Ya Gotta Try This" Tasting, Thursday, October 2nd, 6:30 to 9:30, at the Independence Visitor Center, One North Independence Mall W... More>>

Third Heat Wave This Week? Video included


Humidity build headed into Tuesday.  Look for highs in the upper 80s to near 90.

By mid-week the heat and humidity are back in full force.  The hottest day will be Wednesday as highs peak into the low 90s.

This Week

Tuesday: H-89 L-71

Wednesday: H-93 L-72

Thursday: H-86 L-74


Suspect Identified In Armed Food Delivery Robberies Video included


Officers say William Mack, 43 from Camden, New Jersey is the suspect at large for the armed robberies. More>>

Police union: Video shows woman attacked officer

An attorney for Pittsburgh's police union says more pictures and video have surfaced showing what happened before a city officer punched a woman at the city's gay pride parade and festival last month. More>>

Jersey shore carousel up for auction Video included

A piece of Jersey shore history is up for auction. More>>

Gunshots end fundraiser for Del. burn victim

The organizer of a fundraiser for a Wilmington burn victim is demanding government action after gunfire abruptly ended the event in a city park. More>>

Police: Paraplegic Man Shoots, Kills Brother To Protect Sister Video included


WEST PHILADELPHIA-Philadelphia Police say a 34-year-old paraplegic man shot and killed his brother after he was apparently protecting his 38-year-old sister during an alleged attack. It happened around 3:50 a.m. on Sunday at 58th and Filbert Streets in West Philadelphia.According to authorities, the man informed police that his brother, John Mapp, was physically abusive towards him and his sister. Police say Mapp was allegedly attackingthe woman,then came towardsthe man,when he was shot once ... More>>

Community Supports Boy Suffering From Usher Syndrome Video included


A large crowd was on hand to support a young boy fighting a rare disease on Sunday. More>>

Minivan Jumps Curb, Slams Into Porch In Kingsessing Video included


SOUTHWEST PHILADELPHIA-Residents in Philadelphia’s Kingsessing neighborhood got the scare of their lives on around 10 a.m. on Sunday after a car jumped a curb and slammed into a front porch.The crash was so forceful that L I agents had to check to see if the property was still stable.Only Fox 29 was at the scene with this incredible video.Police are still investigating; however, they say two cars collided and one ended up on the front steps of a rowhome.“Very far. If my kids play here maybe t... More>>

Police Release Surveillance Video In East Camden Hit-And-Run Video included

Surveillance Footage: Camden County Police Department Surveillance Footage: Camden County Police Department

The Camden County Police Department released surveillance video of a vehicle they say was involved in a hit-and-run that happened Saturday night in East Camden. More>>

Film, TV legend James Garner, reluctant hero, dies

(AP Photo/Lennox McLendon, File). FILE - Actor James Garner, left, smiles as he holds up the Purple Heart medal presented to him in a ceremony in this Monday, Jan. 24, 1983 file photo taken Los Angeles, Calif.) (AP Photo/Lennox McLendon, File). FILE - Actor James Garner, left, smiles as he holds up the Purple Heart medal presented to him in a ceremony in this Monday, Jan. 24, 1983 file photo taken Los Angeles, Calif.)

By FRAZIER MOOREAssociated Press NEW YORK (AP) - Few actors could register disbelief, exasperation or annoyance with more comic subtlety.James Garner had a way of widening his eyes while the corner of his mouth sagged ever so slightly. Maybe he would swallow once to further make his point.This portrait of fleeting disquiet could be understood, and identified with, by every member of the audience. Never mind Garner was tall, brawny and, well, movie-star handsome. The persona he perfected was n... More>>

Local 86-Year-Old Woman Goes Skydiving Video included


An entire family takes the plunge and goes skydiving, and the leader of the pack is their 86-year old grandmother. More>>

Benefit Held For Victims Of Fire That Killed Four Children Video included


The community comes together today, to support victims of this tragic fire that killed four young children and destroyed nine homes, on the 6500 block of Gesner Street earlier this month.... More>>

Child Falls From Second Story Window In Cobbs Creek Video included


Police tape marks the back yard of a home sitting on the 5400 block of Malcolm Street in Cobbs Creek where police say a four-year-old boy fell out of a second floor bedroom window. More>>

Body found in area where swimmer went missing

Authorities say a body has been found in waters off the Jersey Shore, not far from where a man went missing while trying to swim in the Atlantic Ocean for the first time. More>>

A Look At The Affluenza Controversy Video included


Too rich and privileged to know right from wrong? It's called "affluenza," and some have tried to use it as a legal defense! Hear why a local man says the so-called affliction is very real.


2 cops, 2 residents hurt in traffic stop crash

Two southern New Jersey police officers and two other people were injured when a car crashed into a parked police cruiser during a motor vehicle stop. More>>

Dog Recovering After Being Stabbed Multiple Times


A local dog is recovering after a stabbing. Authorities are on the hunt for the person who did it. More>>

Vigil Held In Philly For Flight MH17 Victims Video included


Ukrainians in Philadelphia gathered for a vigil Friday night to remember the victims. More>>

American Victim Of Malaysia Airlines Downed Jet Has Ties To South Jersey Video included


Ronald Schansman is tearful andheartbroken after learning his family is one of many tragically touched by the downed Malaysia Airlines jet in Ukraine Thursday. More>>

70 Headstones Toppled At Wilmington Cemetery Video included


Police are looking for the people who toppled more than 70 tombstones.The damage estimate? As much as $25,000. More>>

Violent Assault At Mosque Following Donation Jar Theft Allegations Video included


So far, one person is under arrest for the incident at an Overbrook mosque. More>>

City Buckles Down Saggy Pants Ban Pants Video included


One Florida town is giving those who sag there pants a warning. More>>

Obama: Plane shot down by missile, 1 American dead Video included


The United States began building a case Friday that would pin the blame for the downing of the passenger jet over Ukraine on separatist forces supported by Russia. More>>

103-Year-Old Woman Still On The Move Video included


Imagine being a 103-years-old and still wanting to mow the lawn. More>>

Life experiences to count for college credits

Five New Jersey colleges are experimenting with offering students college credits for showing what they have learned from their jobs and life experience. More>>

Sandusky son says victim's story sounded familiar

Jerry Sandusky's adopted son says hearing the first victim on the witness stand in the former Penn State coach's trial helped push him to come forward with his own allegations of abuse. More>>

Vandals topple headstones at Del. cemetery

Police are looking catch vandals who toppled more than 70 tombstones at a Delaware cemetery. More>>

Life experiences to count for college credits

Five New Jersey colleges are experimenting with offering students college credits for showing what they have learned from their jobs and life experience. More>>

Eviction delayed from 'Real Housewives' mansion

"Real Housewives of New Jersey' cast members Melissa and Joe Gorga won't be able to move back into their Montville mansion just yet. More>>

Vandals topple headstones at Del. cemetery

Police are looking catch vandals who toppled more than 70 tombstones at a Delaware cemetery. More>>

Pa. contempt charge over saggy pants dismissed

An eastern Pennsylvania judge has dismissed a contempt-of-court citation against a man who was fined $50 for wearing saggy pants in court. More>>

Gypsy moths on decline in New Jersey

New Jersey's gypsy moth population appears on the decline. More>>

2 NJ officers' deaths reflect job's inherent peril

One New Jersey city prepares to bury a fallen police officer, while a second town is mourning another officer killed in the line of duty. More>>

Sandusky son says victim's story sounded familiar

Jerry Sandusky's adopted son says hearing the first victim on the witness stand in the former Penn State coach's trial helped push him to come forward with his own allegations of abuse. More>>

Jerry Sandusky son alleges even worse abuse


Jerry Sandusky's adopted son Matthew said in a television interview Thursday that his sexual abuse at the former Penn State coach's hands consisted of oral sex, a more serious allegation than he made to detectives... More>>

New Charges Filed In Berlin, N.J. Bookstore Prostitution Case Video included


New charges have been filed in a raid on an adult book store in Berlin, New Jersey. More>>

Lehigh County Man Shot By Constables Serving Warrants Video included


"I saw him saying he can't breath and he can't move," said Hafeezah Muhammad. She says she's the longtime girlfriend of 38-year old KevinMcCullers who investigators say was shot Thursday morning by State Constables. It happened as they were attempting to serve nearly two dozen warrants for multiple summaryparkingoffenses. "This is really heartbreaking to me," said Muhammad. The Lehigh County District Attorney says around 7:30 Thursday morning the Constables were staking out McCullers home on ... More>>

Trucker charged in New Jersey police officer death

A New York City tractor-trailer driver has been criminally charged in connection with the death of a New Jersey police officer whose unmarked car was rear-ended on a highway shoulder. More>>

Ukraine: Recordings Show Rebels Shot Down Plane Video included


A Malaysia Airlines passenger plane carrying 295 people was shot down over eastern Ukraine on Thursday, Ukrainian officials said, and both the government and the pro-Russia separatists fighting in the region denied any responsibility for downing the aircraft.


Car submerged in New Jersey lake; driver dead

An accident involving a dump truck and a car has sent both vehicles into a southern New Jersey lake, submerging the car and killing its driver. More>>

Grand Jury Finds No Excessive Force Used Against Teen Video included


Philadelphia's District Attorney released the grand jury findings into a case of alleged police misconduct. More>>

Dump Truck Crashes Into Lake In Mercer County


Emergency responders are at the scene of crash that includes a dump truck in a lake in Mercer County.


Feds: Ex-Philly traffic court judges traded favors

A prosecutor describing alleged ticket-fixing in Philadelphia says traffic court was a place where people could be found not guilty without showing up. More>>

Unemployment dips to 6.6 percent in New Jersey

Officials say New Jersey's unemployment rate inched down to 6.6 percent in June, its lowest level in more than five years. More>>

5th Christie aide to be questioned on traffic jams

The aide New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has picked to be his next chief of staff is set to be the fifth person from his administration to appear before lawmakers investigating politically motivated traffic jams. More>>

Christie swings through Iowa

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is in Iowa for a series of fundraisers and campaign stops in a state with the first presidential caucuses. More>>

Couple’s Dead Bodies Found Inside Strawberry Mansion Home


. FOX 29’s Steve Keeley spoke with members of the family this morning as they are trying to piece together what happened last night. More>>

2nd NJ Transit bus driver disciplined for reading

Another New Jersey Transit bus driver has been disciplined for reading while behind the wheel. More>>

Obama Visiting Delaware To Announce Transportation Initiative Video included


President Obama is using the shutdown Interstate 495 bridge as the backdrop to announce a new initiative to repair our nation's infrastructure.


Family Being Evicted After Noise Complaints About Autistic Son Video included


A Delaware County mom says she is getting kicked out of her home, because of something that is all too common. More>>

State drug lab scandal affecting homicide cases

A scandal surrounding evidence tampering at the state's drug-testing lab is also affecting homicide prosecutions. More>>

Man, woman found dead in NW Philly home

Authorities are trying to find out what killed a man and woman found dead in a northwest Philadelphia home. More>>

Thieves Strike Locker Rooms Of Two Mount Laurel Gyms Video included


A bold crime in South Jersey as thieves hit up two popular gyms, and take off with people's stuff as their victims work out. More>>

Gunmen Open Fire Outside Crowded North Philly Recreation Center Video included


 An 18-year old was shot in the groin and a 19-year old was shot in the thigh. More>>

Union end home winless streak; beat Red Bulls 3-1

Conor Casey scored in the 9th minute and added an assist as the Philadelphia Union ended a 7-game, home-winless streak by beating the New York Red Bulls 3-1 on Wednesday night. More>>

Ex-Miss Delaware sues to regain title

A woman stripped of her Miss Delaware title last month for being too old is suing state pageant officials and the Miss America organization. More>>

Southern New Jersey man faces child porn charges

Federal prosecutors say a southern New Jersey man stands accused of obtaining images of child sexual abuse while using his cellphone. More>>

Charges Filed In Art Institute Graduate's Murder Video included


An Art Institute graduate's neighbor is under arrest and facing murder charges after police say he confessed to killing her. More>>

Half-brothers ordered to split $1M lottery prize

A central Pennsylvania jury is ordering two brothers feuding over $1 million in lottery winnings to split it. More>>

Firm to continue trying to buy Philadelphia Gas Works

A Connecticut firm says it will continue its efforts to buy Philadelphia's struggling gas utility despite passage of a deadline that allows the company to withdraw at any time. More>>

Philadelphia judge rejects lap dance tax

A Philadelphia judge has rejected the city's attempt to impose a tax on lap dances in strip clubs. More>>

No expansion planned for Atlantic City rail line

New Jersey Transit won't move forward with a consultant's recommendations for expanding the Atlantic City rail line and boosting its ridership. More>>

FOX 29 Investigates: Police Officer Injury Case Video included


A Philadelphia cop says the city he swore to protect and even the union he belonged to have abandoned him in his time of need. He claims he was hurt on the job and can't work, but the city pension board doesn't see it that way, FOX 29 Investigates' Jeff Cole reports.


Rutgers officials due to vote on tuition, fees

Rutgers University officials may soon decide whether to raise tuition and fees at New Jersey's flagship university for the upcoming school year. More>>

Police Search For Missing Oxford Circle Teen


Police are searching for a missing teenager from Philadelphia's Oxford Circle neighborhood.


Rock vs. Chris Christie ends with takedown

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has body-slammed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's humorous attempt to sell a pension-reform plan. More>>

9-Year-Old Takes A Joyride With His Little Cousin Video included


An investigation is underway after a 9-year-old boy takes his 4-year-old cousin for a joyride. More>>

Florida court rules against Delaware AG Biden

A Florida appeals court has rejected Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden's effort to reopen and intervene in a 2004 reorganization of the trust that funds the Nemours Foundation. More>>

Man's Remains Identified After Family Sees 3-D Reconstruction Photos


A family has made a positive identification of a man whose remains were found in 2012 in a wooded area in Dover.


Christie orders flags lowered for slain officer

Gov. Chris Christie has ordered flags at state office buildings to be flown at half-staff Wednesday for a slain Jersey City police officer. More>>

Man Accused Of Spying On Neighbor With Hidden Cameras


"I feel like it's something I saw in the movies, and then I realize this just happened to me," said a Mount Laurel, New Jersey woman.


Princeton Professor Accused Of Stealing Lawn Signs


Police have charged a Princeton University professor with stealing lawn signs belonging to a computer repair business.Owner Ted Horodynsky tells The Times his signs began to disappear after a traffic incident with professor John Mulvey. More>>

Connecticut Firm Continues Bid For Philly Utility


A Connecticut firm said Wednesday that it will continue its efforts to buy Philadelphia's struggling gas utility despite the passage of a deadline that allows the company to withdraw. More>>

Markell: No state facility to house immigrant kids

Delaware Gov. Jack Markell says the state does not have any public facilities equipped to house any of the many unaccompanied children who have flooded across the U.S. border in recent months. More>>

Amtrak cop arrested after Woodbridge party

Police say an Amtrak police officer beat an Iraq War veteran from New York City at a housewarming party in New Jersey. More>>

Camden Daycare Workers Find Gun In Child's Diaper Bag Video included


An unusual discovery in a child's nursery bag by day care workers leads to an arrest of 25-year-old man.


Pedestrian struck, killed in Galloway

Galloway Township police say a car struck and killed a pedestrian. More>>

Jeter, Trout lead AL over NL 5-3 in All-Star game


Derek Jeter soaked in the adulation from fans and players during one more night on baseball's national stage, set the tone for the American League with a pregame speech and then delivered two final All-Star hits. More>>

Police Question Person Of Interest In Art Institute Grad Murder Video included


We now know a body found stuffed in a duffle bag on North 3rd Street Monday is a Philadelphia student. More>>

Reporter who spoke about black families suspended


A white TV reporter who voiced his opinions about black families and relations with police during a segment about a fatal police shooting said Tuesday he was suspended from his station and won't return. More>>

Musical of film 'Rocky' knocked down on Broadway


The Broadway musical "Rocky" is hanging up its gloves after being battered at the box office. More>>

Hazmat Crews On Scene Following Knights Road Explosion Video included


Philadelphia Hazmat crews are working to control the scene of an explosion causes by a Freon leak. More>>

Police: Jersey City shootings part of job's danger


Authorities in Jersey City, already on edge following the ambush-killing of a rookie police officer over the weekend, said an officer shot a man Tuesday morning who authorities say had attacked him and his partner with a... More>>

Selig says Rose could play All-Star role in 2015


Pete Rose may have a role to play in next year's All-Star game in Cincinnati despite his lifetime ban from baseball. More>>

FBI, Police Digging At Camden Home As Part Of Investigation Video included


There was a lot of action Tuesday at a home in Camden, where firefighters, police and the FBI were all taking part in an investigation. What's going on behind the Erie Street home? Investigators are tight-lipped.


Del. to retry former candidate on sex charges

The Delaware attorney general's office has decided to retry a former Delaware state Senate candidate accused of molesting a boy more than 20 years ago. More>>

Delaware County Teen Struck By Lightning Released From Hospital Video included


A Delaware county teenager was in the hospital overnight after being struck by lightning during last night's intense storms. More>>

SEPTA Police Find 3 Butcher Knives, 4 BB Guns On Passenger Video included


SEPTA police make a shocking discovery after confronting a passenger.


Defense rests in Philly judges' ticket-fixing case

Closing arguments are set Thursday in the ticket-fixing trial of five former Philadelphia traffic court judges. More>>

Police, FBI Looking To Identify Credit Union Robber


Philadelphia Police and the FBI are looking for the public's help in identifying the suspect of a Robbery that took place on Bridge Street Tuesday Morning. More>>

Museum to be built where slaves set foot in US

Organizers say a $75 million International African American Museum will be built beside the Charleston harbor where tens of thousands of slaves first set foot in the United States. More>>

SEPTA Bus Hit By Projectile, Windows Shattered


A SEPTA spokesperson confirmed Tuesday afternoon that one of their busses had two windows shot out after being hit by a projectile. More>>

Firm cuts way back on NJ online earning estimate

A Wall Street firm that was among the most pessimistic about the prospects for Internet gambling in New Jersey has cut its already-conservative estimate on the state's first-year online winnings by more than half. More>>

Delawareans could face higher rates under ACA

Delawareans could face higher insurance costs under the Affordable Care Act next year under new rate requests from insurers. More>>

Deaths from fentanyl-laced heroin reach 11 in Del.

Delaware officials have confirmed four additional overdose deaths in the state from heroin laced with fentanyl. More>>

Christie Enlists 'The Rock' In Video On Pension Reform Fight


The latest YouTube video from Gov. Chris Christie's office portrays his ongoing fight for pension form as a Hollywood action thriller, and he's got a famous sidekick.


VIDEO: Family Faces Robbery Suspects At Olney Car Service


Philadelphia Police are searching for two men who robbed Rathe Auto Service in Olney. More>>

Mayor apologizes for profanity at July 4th concert

The mayor of Philadelphia is apologizing for the profanity used by rapper Nicki Minaj and comedian Marlon Wayans during a family-friendly July Fourth concert. More>>

Getting Results: Oxford Circle Woman Slapped With Litter Fine For Home


Connie Hamilton is nearly 88-years old. Her daughter emailed FOX 29 upset that her mom looked at her beautiful English Garden, and got a ticket for not having a litter free home. She thinks it's just not fair. More>>

Midsummer Storms Slam Philly Region, Leave Damage Behind Video included


A ferocious mid-summer storm pounded Philadelphia and the rest of the region Monday night. More>>

Underground Wire Fire In Rittenhouse Square Closes Streets Video included


There's a developing story out of Rittenhouse Square on Tuesday morning. You may want to avoid 18th and Sansom streets.


Christie to hold latest town hall in Long Branch

Gov. Chris Christie is heading to the Jersey Shore for his latest town hall event. More>>

Teenager Struck By Lighting In Glenolden P.A.


Police have confirmed that a teenage male was struck by lightning on the 100 block of East Ashland Ave in Glenolden, PA. More>>

SLIDESHOW: Viewer Lightning and Damage Pictures


With storms and power outages sweeping across our area, Fox 29 views have been sending in their pictures of lightning flooding an damages. More>>

Well Kept Oxford Circle Home Oddly Fined For Garbage Video included


A spry and orderly great grandmother couldn't believe it when she got a $50 litter fine for her home. More>>

Owners Of More Than 100 Evacuated Montco Homes Allowed To Return Video included


Residents of about 150 Montgomery County homes are being allowed to return as their houses are tested.


Christie changes teacher evaluation requirements

Gov. Chris Christie has agreed to phase in the use of results of new standardized tests for students when it comes to evaluating teachers. More>>

One-On-One With Governor Corbett On School Budget, Cigarette Tax Video included


Fox 29 News investigative reporter Jeff Cole went one-on-one with Governor Corbett Monday, and got some answers about the Philadelphia School District's money crunch and the proposed cigarette tax to help ease the crisis. More>>

Police: Makeshift Drug Lab Found In Northeast Philly Apartment Video included


Police say they discovered what appears to be a drug lab inside a Northeast Philadelphia home Monday morning. FOX 29's Dave Schratwieser reports investigators were called out after the landlord found some chemicals inside.


US board seeks deal in Philadelphia transit case

An emergency board appointed by President Barack Obama to mediate a dispute between two unions and a Philadelphia-region transit authority is recommending an agreement that would base wage increases on other recent... More>>

Obama to discuss infrastructure in Delaware visit

President Barack Obama is visiting Delaware this week to talk about increased investment in America's transportation infrastructure. More>>

Court KOs New Jersey bid to block ocean blasting

A federal appeals court has rejected New Jersey's bid to block seismic testing that will blast the ocean floor off Long Beach Island with loud noises as part of a climate change research project. More>>

Delaware raising weekend tolls on Aug. 1

Weekend motorists on state Route 1 in Delaware will be paying higher tolls starting on Aug. 1. More>>

Atlantic City casino revenue for June 2014

By The Associated Press June 2014 revenues for Atlantic City casinos: More>>

Man's Body Found In Case In North Philadelphia


Police have a mystery to solve in North Philadelphia as they look into a dead body found wrapped in a blanket.


Ex-Pa. official admits $3M theft, gambling woes

A former councilman from suburban Philadelphia admits he stole nearly $3 million from his employer and spent it gambling. More>>

As 2016 looms, Christie skirts hot-button issues


New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who bills himself as a say-what-I-think straight-talker, has been unusually silent recently on some hot-button national issues. More>>

Man, Woman Arrested For Sexual Act On Chipotle Rooftop


Police in Delaware have arrested a man and woman accused of committing a lewd act on the rooftop of a local Chipotle.


13- Year Old Girl Reported Missing In New Castle, DE


The New Castle County Police are searching for Adreanne Mollett, a 13-year-old girl reported missing from the unit block of Curlew Circle in Sparrow Run. More>>

Project H.O.M.E. Providing Support For Homeless In Philadelphia Video included


The City of Brotherly Love is home to one of the highest poverty rates in the country at 26 percent. But a program in Philadelphia just got a lot of money, helping it put food in the mouths of the homeless and doubling the number of apartments it can offer.


Closure notices sent to Trump Plaza workers

Job losses at Trump Plaza when the Atlantic City casino shuts down in September will be even worse than expected. More>>

Corbett plunges into public fight for pension bill

Gov. Tom Corbett is using the resources of his office and his campaign to press for legislation to curb future public pension costs by paring back benefits. More>>

Police Release Footage of Frankford Shooting


Police are looking for the suspects involved in shooting in Frankford.The incident was reported on July 6, at 10:40 pm when 24th district officers responded to a radio call for gunshots on the 3400 block of Amber Street. More>>

New Jersey faces thunderstorm threat

Thunderstorms are possible across New Jersey along with the threat of flash flooding. More>>

Christie heads to Camden to promote business

Gov. Chris Christie is heading to Camden to promote bringing business to the city. More>>

Police officer slain by killer who sought fame

Family and friends say Melvin Santiago had dreamed of being a police officer since he was a boy, seeking to follow in his uncle's footsteps. More>>

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