City officials assured residents on Monday that the water was safe to drink throughout the day, but added that they are continuing to test the water supply.
Part of a national trend, medical residents at Penn Medicine in Philadelphia push to form a union to demand better working conditions and higher wages. Child care is an important issue for many.
Here's everything you need to know about Super Bowl LVII, with some help from our member stations KCUR in Kansas City and WHYY in Philadelphia.
Press play and turn it up to 11! GO BIRDS!
Major League Baseball has its World Series lineup cards set, as the Houston Astros will face the Philadelphia Phillies.
The city of Philadelphia issued an apology Thursday for the unethical medical experiments performed on mostly Black inmates at its Holmesburg Prison from the 1950s through the 1970s.
Four other firefighters and an inspector with the city's Department of Licenses and Inspections had been rescued from the rubble and were in stable condition at hospitals.
Shootings in Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Arizona were among the incidents across eight states over the weekend.
Over six months, the Atlanta-based group bought hundreds of firearms from local retailers only to resell them to Philadelphia-based brokers. Now the weapons are showing up at crime scenes.
The city will require masks in schools, businesses, government buildings and restaurants starting April 18.
Rydell, along with James Darren, Fabian and Frankie Avalon, was part of a wave of wholesome teen idols who emerged after Elvis Presley and before the rise of the Beatles.
A cherished city institution is adapting to keep the love of cycling going strong. Naked cycling, that is — Philadelphia's annual Naked Bike Ride is asking participants to mask up for safety.
City officials gave coronavirus vaccines to Philly Fighting Covid, whose brash CEO had no health care experience. After a WHYY investigation, the city cut ties with the group over alleged misconduct.
The Philadelphia business was the location of a bizarre press conference by Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani last weekend. The business is cashing in on its newfound fame and has even run out of merch.
"We understand that the materials released today will be very painful. It will elicit anger, rage, distress, evoke more questions, and rightfully so," the district attorney said, urging calm.