Joshua Lang always thought he would be a football player, but his unique vision took him elsewhere and now, he's combining his DJ skills with clothing design, making himself internationally known.
The Fathership Foundation provides boys and men in the Philadelphia community with education and training to better prepare them to be work-ready adults. Kids can also be tutored by Philadelphia police officers, which strengthens the relationships between officers and young people in the city.
While the African American Museum in Philadelphia has educational and fully-immersive exhibits all year round, they have extra-special exhibits and events during Black History Month that showcase all the most prominent Black leaders.
Located in Flourtown, Pennsylvania, Crush Crew Jiu-Jitsu aims to be more than just a gym. Staff members at the gym enrich the members' lives by creating a community of people who all love being healthy and strong-- both mentally and physically.
FOX 29's Shaynah Ferreira visits the Creekside Sports Bar, where fans are pumped to cheer on the Eagles in Super Bowl LVII.
Kansas City Chiefs fans will have to find somewhere else to cheer on their team after Big Charlie's Saloon announced they will not being open for the Super Bowl this Sunday.
Eagles fans in town for the Super Bowl, and looking for a little adventure, can take a guided tour through the desert!
FOX 29's Bob Kelly catches up with one resident at Echo Lake Senior Center, who was an architect for Veterans Stadium - a Philadelphia sports icon demolished nearly 20 years ago.
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."