Driver critically injured in West Philly trolley collision
A driver is in critical condition after his car collided with a SEPTA trolley in West Philadelphia.
Aunt Jemima announces new name, removes ‘racial stereotypes’ from product
Aunt Jemima is getting a new name and a new look after announcing that it would be dropping the brand name following criticism that it featured a racist stereotype.
Coke launching new bottle size for 1st time in a decade
Coca-Cola is launching a new bottle size for the first time in a decade and it’s a 100% recycled plastic bottle.
Sword-wielding man shot, killed by police in Montco
Authorities are investigating after a man allegedly armed with a sword was shot and killed by police in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania on Tuesday night.
Opening arguments begin in Trump impeachment trial
House Democrats prosecuting the case and the former president’s attorneys will lay out their opposing arguments before the senators, who are serving as jurors.
Walgreens resolves outage for vaccine appointment website
It’s appointment scheduling website is back up and running Tuesday after users reported outages earlier in the day.
AccuWeather: Cold today, two rounds of light snow on the way
Meteorologist David Murphy says the Thursday morning commute will have some light snow and a bit of ice. Friday morning’s snow may only affect South Jersey and Delaware.
Flyers great Ron Hextall hired as Penguins’ new GM
“The Penguins/Flyers’ rivalry is a terrific rivalry and it’s going to continue,” new Penguins general manager Ron Hextall said. “It’s been great. I love rivalries. I love hating the other team.”
Troubleshooters prompts action against local contractor; he speaks out
The Action News Troubleshooters have talked to dozens of homeowners over the years. But this time they also had the opportunity to talk to a contractor who is the target of multiple accusations.
Top scorers square off in Portland-Philadelphia matchup
Philadelphia 76ers (18-7, first in the Eastern Conference) vs. Portland Trail Blazers (13-10, fifth in the Western Conference)
Some Philly restaurants can have indoor dining at 50% capacity
Philadelphia health officials announced that restaurants that meet new ventilation standards can up their indoor dining capacity to 50% beginning Friday.
DA addresses charging young boy in sister’s accidental shooting death
Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner addresses the charges against a 12-year-old boy in his sister’s accidental shooting death.