City of Philadelphia and state leaders want legislation to reduce gun violence. They met at the Olney Transportation Center Friday where eight people were shot last week.
The district said students will get a mandatory temperature check when they arrive at school each morning. Parents are encouraged to self-screen their children at home and refrain from sending their children to school if they are not feeling well.
Philadelphia on Monday will roll back some of its coronavirus restrictions on crowds and gatherings to align with state health official's recommendations.
Police say one of the suspects fired a weapon and struck the employee the leg. Both suspects then began to rummage through the store while demanding cell phones and AirPods.
FOX 29's Bob Kelly joined the Kensington Pickers crew to help find the best antiques.
Our Good Day Philadelphia viewers helped provide thousands of meals through the North Texas Food Bank to help those in need following Texas' recent winter storm.
The North Texas Food Bank received enough donations from Good Day viewers Friday morning to provide 167,000 meals.
Andrew and Isaiah, two plumbers from Morristown, New Jersey, made the trip to Texas to help people dealing with crippling damage from a massive winter storm.
FOX 29's Bill Anderson spent the day with the woman making someone's day better one bouquet at a time.
It's hard to believe, or maybe it isn't, that it has one year since the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the United States. We're checking in with Dr. Mike Cirigliano, of Penn Medicine, for the latest on the coronavirus and the vaccines.
FOX 29's Alex George has more on the popular myths surrounding the coronavirus vaccine.
After an ugly incident, the people of Franklinville, N.J., said they were committed to change, to having the difficult discussions, and to making progress. So, did they? And are they an example for the rest of us? FOX 29's Bill Anderson has this special report.