Jul 19, 2011

Pets for Vets

Pets for Vets

Marine Sgt. Steven Walls is dealing with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder thanks to a Philly Pet Hotel program that gives veterans returning from war dogs to help them cope with civilian life.

Jul 12, 2011

Avoiding the Summer Slump

Avoiding the Summer Slump

Author Homa Tavangar explains her book and how to keep children in education activities throughout the summer.

Jul 12, 2011

Local Sluggers Hit for Charity

Local Sluggers Hit for Charity

Players from the Unionville Little League sponsor a team in Hackleburg, Ala. to help tornado victims.

Jul 12, 2011

Saving the Grove

Saving the Grove

1,000 Volunteers work to revive Schuylkill Township's Medal of Honor Grove, a memorial dedicated to our soldiers.

Jul 5, 2011

Staying Healthy Through Facebook

Staying Healthy Through Facebook

Peggy Bradford loses 75 pounds and creates Facebook page for others to learn her technique.

Jul 5, 2011

No More Starving Artists?

No More Starving Artists?

The brand new Prelude Gallery helps showcase young artists.

Jul 5, 2011

Local Officer Carries the Special Olympics Torch

Local Officer Carries the Special Olympics Torch

Athletes from all over the world competed in the Special Olympics in Athens. Officer Donald McMonagle was one of the law enforcement volunteers asked to carry the torch.

Jul 5, 2011

Social Media: Reaction to Casey Anthony Verdict

Social Media: Reaction to Casey Anthony Verdict

Description of the Casey Anthony Trial and the reaction from the local community

Jun 28, 2011

Maxwell House Grants $50,000

Maxwell House Grants $50,000

Philadelphia Community Center receives funding for their great work in to improve the world.

Jun 28, 2011

Greeting Cards Touch Our Troops

Greeting Cards Touch Our Troops

Operation Write Home" is a group that supplies greeting cards to troops overseas.

Top Stories
A Look at NJ Road Closures for Papal Visit

A Look at NJ Road Closures for Papal Visit

Traffic trouble for the Pope’s visit to Philadelphia. Thursday we learned of road closures in Cherry Hill near the Woodcrest Train Station. NBC10’s Cydney Long reports.

Temple Law Grad Shot to Death Had Lots of Weed in Car

Temple Law Grad Shot to Death Had Lots of Weed in Car

New Castle County Police said the killing of a Temple University law school graduate found shot to death in a car in the parking lot of a Delaware business Monday night didn't appear to be a random act...

Former Flyers Captain Faces Drug Charge in Canada

Former Flyers Captain Faces Drug Charge in Canada

Mike Richards, an NHL free agent whose contract was terminated by the Los Angeles Kings and who earlier served as captain of the Philadelphia Flyers, was charged with possession of a controlled substance.

Boy, 6, Dies After Being Pinned by Horse-Drawn Carts

Boy, 6, Dies After Being Pinned by Horse-Drawn Carts

Authorities in Chester County said a 6-year-old boy died after he was caught between horse-drawn hay carts.

Former Franchise Owner Alerted Subway Exec About Fogle

Former Franchise Owner Alerted Subway Exec About Fogle

A former franchisee alerted a Subway advertising executive in 2008 about her concerns about pitchman Jared Fogle, according to her lawyer.

Backboard-Shattering 76ers Legend Dies

Backboard-Shattering 76ers Legend Dies

Chocolate Thunder has gone back to Lovetron. Longtime 76ers center Darryl Dawkins died Thursday at the age of 58.