If you're looking for a place to grab some cookies with your favorite Eagles players' faces on them, this Berwyn bakery has you covered.
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Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said an officer who was critically injured when a traffic stop escalated to a shooting Wednesday in West Philadelphia is expected to recover. Three suspects were later arrested in connection to the shooting and their car was recovered.
Outlaw, who was out of town during the shooting, told reporters Wednesday night that two of three people involved in the shooting have been taken into custody. Police have also recovered the suspect's vehicle. No description was provided of the third suspect sought in the shooting, but police are confident there is no immediate threat to the public.
Mike, Alex, and Shiba catch up with Elizabeth and Harry Reeves - two very dedicated Eagles fans who drove to the game in their RV!
If you can't make it to Phoenix to cheer on the Eagles, there are plenty of places to watch back home! Wissahickon Brewing Company is getting ready to host the whole family for a Super Bowl watch party.
Team spirit is at an all-time high at Bethel Springs Elementary School as students and staff gather for an Eagles pep rally!
FOX 29's Jenn Frederick is taking in all the sights in the lead up to the Super Bowl in Phoenix. One of those trips took her on a private helicopter ride to one of the best resorts in the country - Castle Hot Springs.
Philadelphia is in the middle of what may be a historic season. With so many candidates in the running for the city's next mayor, it's important to have all the information to make educated decisions.
Philadelphia leaders came together to tackle the gun violence crisis and the overall message is police and community leaders are working together to prevent gun violence and resources are available for survivors.
It's been 60 years since the "I Have a Dream Speech," and 55 years since Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. To celebrate MLK Day, FOX 29 talks with local people who had their own personal experiences with Dr. King.
Jamie Brunson, Gabriel Bryant and Ramon Cruz Jr. join "Good Day Philadelphia" to discuss the documentary "Trigger."