On this edition of The Pulse with Bill Anderson, Bill speaks to former NFL All-Pro Brian Westbrook. Brian tells Bill about how being called "too small to do this" inspired his new children’s book “The Mouse Who Played Football.” Brian also talks to Bill about how football led him to buying a horse farm in retirement and what he is doing now to give back. See why Brian recently called this one of his favorite interviews in his career. Since launching in February of 2022, The Pulse has welcomed names like Macy Gray, Star Jones, Mo’Nique, Iyanla Vanzant, Kyla Pratt, Kevin Eubanks, Kenny Lattimore, Claudia Jordan, Lavar Ball and more….
In his weekly gun violence crimes press conference, Philadelphia District Attorney urged city residents to come forward with information to help his office get justice for violent crimes.
A suspect who was wanted by police has to be rescued from a storm drain in Montgomery County, officials say.
Musikfest has resumed after a shooting was reported at the event on Saturday night. Authorities say the shooting was an isolated incident.
FOX 29's Mike Jerrick gets a taste for a brand new restaurant right off Rittenhouse Square.
Principals and teachers talk communicating with your schools' staff in a professional way.
A large line of cars has already started to form for a gas card giveaway being held in Northeast Philadelphia Monday morning.
Local teachers are answering all your questions as back-to-school preparations begin.
A North Philadelphia woman turned the tragedy of losing her brother into inspiration, opening her own business and hiring employees from her neighborhood.
A new visual art exhibit at Philadelphia City Hall takes an up close look at stories of co-victims and survivors of trauma through visual arts. FOX 29's Steve Keeley takes a look and speaks to the exhibit's creator.
The City of Philadelphia has launched its first Philadelphia Youth Week to engage the city's youth. Representatives from the Mayor's Office join "Good Day Philadelphia" to discuss the week-long event.
FOX 29's Bob Kelly takes a look back at some of his favorite moments on Camp Kelly.