FOX 29's Shaynah Ferreira has more on the gruesome discovery of a dead infant near a trash can in Upper Darby.
FOX 29's Hank Flynn has more on the School District of Philadelphia's decision to add six half days to the academic schedule for teacher professional development.
FOX 29's Sue Serio has your Friday forecast.
FOX 29's Scott Williams has the forecast.
The hit TV show The Bachelor is looking for its first senior contestants and Mike Jerrick wants to throw his hat in the ring.
Jenn Fred goes on a mock shopping spree at the Philadelphia Expo Center where David's Bridal is holding its $99 and under sale.
Former FOX 29 reporter and anchor Joyce Evans joins Good Day Philadelphia to discuss her ongoing battle with painful headache ahead of her upcoming special "Desperate for Relief: Healing for Headaches.'
Penn State said it will issues suspensions to students who fail to comply with the university's coronavirus guidelines. Attorney Amy Feldman joins Good Day Philadelphia to discuss.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of Wilmington residents claims the city’s ticketing and towing system, that allows seizures of cars for non-payment of tickets, is unconstitutional. The system apparently allows towing companies to scrap of sell seized cars after 30 days if accounts aren’t settled.
FOX 29 Bill Anderson shares more on the efforts one community is making to bring neighbors together, in person, despite their differences.
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.