Hank Flynn talks about the changes recommended in the report and how city leaders have already made significant changes within city government
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney and Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw highlight the city's accomplishments one year into their Pathways to Reform, Transformation, and Reconciliation work.
The City of Philadelphia is giving away $400,000 in cash prizes as part of a vaccine sweepstakes aimed and incentivizing more residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said a procedural overhaul of the city's medical examiner's office is "certainly on the table" after remains from the 1985 MOVE bombing were ordered to be destroyed and later found inside a refrigerated room.
Philadelphia officials debuted a marketing strategy aimed at bringing back visitors, hoping to recoup much missed tourist money.
Groups who work directly with those impacted by Philadelphia gun violence say more funding in the city budget for programs will help stem the tide of the surge of violence.
Kelly Rule details ongoing Philadelphia budget talks and how those who work directly with those impacted by violence say more funding for programs will help stem the tide.
A ninth Philadelphia coronavirus mass vaccination site opens in East Mount Airy.
Gun violence and homicides are skyrocketing in the City of Philadelphia. In a one-on-one interview, FOX 29’s Shaina Humphries pressed Mayor Jim Kenney on the impact of that violence on the entire region and spoke about various issues the city is facing.
Kelly Rule has details explaining why Philadelphia officials are keeping some stricter COVID restrictions in place
A coronavirus timeline has been set out by Philadelphia city officials and a lot of hope is following that timeline, including when the general public, those not at high risk, could finally get a shot in the arm.
Jeff Cole reports on the city's efforts to vaccinate all Philadelphia residents
Jeff Cole reports on the city's efforts to vaccinate all Philadelphia residents.
The city of Philadelphia is warning of a potential $450 million budget gap for the 2022 fiscal year and is asking residents to weigh in on spending priorities.
Local lawmakers, gathering at Lincoln Financial Field, called for the city to use the stadium as a mass vaccine site. But, some argue, vaccine sites need to be out in communities, so that everyone has access.
As a part of the tour, Mayor Kenney and health commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley will discuss the operations and hold a press conference.
Philadelphia is working to ensure thousands of patients who received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine from the recently defunct Philly Fighting COVID mass vaccination clinic will get their crucial second dose on time.
New Year's Day in Philadelphia went on without a Mummers parade due to the ongoing pandemic, but that did not stop some from strutting down the street in South Philadelphia in the form of a constitutionally protected protest.
Mayor Kenney previously quarantined for a two week period back in September following a similar exposure.
Philadelphia officials have announced sweeping new coronavirus restrictions that will prohibit indoor dining and indoor gatherings and also shutter businesses like gyms and museums.