William Toney has been missing for five years. When it comes to locating him, police and his family have not given up hope.
FOX 29's journalists provide an inside look at local attractions like the Mahoning Drive-In and a gun range that hosts a girl's day!
She calls it "a cellular massage of sound" Sound artist Luna Maye introduces us to sound therapy and how it helps to find balance in a hectic world.
Don't blink, you might miss the fabulous work of street artist Joshua Moonshine. With music in his ears and rhythm in his hands, he creates beautiful works of art, faster than you would believe.
Photojournalist Shane Mceachern take us on a ride through the random life of a news cameraman.
For this episode of the Jerrick Report, FOX 29's Mike Jerrick takes us inside the Kimmel Center.
FOX 29 Presents: The Jerrick Report
Chef Mona Wilson's baking has taken her from Camden to Bravo TV. Now she's hoping her creations land on the shelves at your local grocery store!
FOX 29's Mike Jerrick sits down with Chef Jennifer Zavala, owner of Juana Tamale.
The work is not classical, it's not traditional, it's contemporary, it's experimental, it's artist trying new things. President and producing director Nick Stuccio explains Fringe Arts.
Ever wonder how neon signs are made? Well, wonder no more.
October 29, 1955, is a day that one Chester County community will never forget. Recently, the community gathered those who sacrificed their lives while serving their community.
FOX 29 photojournalists share a unique look at some of the summer's biggest stories, including severe weather and cicadas.
A young, local couple made the most of a chicken farm for their honeymoon and almost lost it all to storms that moved through the area related to Hurricane Ida.
A former musician has created a home for the synthesizer -an instrument with a sound that defined 80's pop music.
Autistic child helped so much by boxing, his mother bought the gym.
The Gardens at Mill Fleurs offers the public a stunning visual array of color and variety, tucked away peacefully by a creek in Bucks County.
Many cities have public art, but no city does it like Philadelphia. With over 4,000 murals, sculptures and graffiti, the city is a museum turned inside out.
The Mahoning Drive-In Theater in Lehighton, Pennsylvania- in operation since 1949 - is the last remaining 100% film drive-in theater that shows movies every weekend. It was recently saved from demolition with the help of community and fan support when the managing partners turned to social media to get the word out about a potential deal to turn the land into a solar panel farm.
It's a tale of terrifying poison ivy and bamboo transformed into an oasis near the Delaware River, one couple builds a vision of light and color in an almost impossible setting.