By Carol Erickson
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Of all the advisories and warnings and watches and alerts we’ve had to deal with this crummy year of weather, this is my favorite one – a pastel advisory. 130 more words
By Lynne Adkins
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (CBS) – A local college student has prompted his school to update a well known sign all over campus.
The blue and white wheel chair design on a handicapped parking sign or where a facility is wheelchair accessible is well known, but it was not active enough for 22-year-old Chris Yang. 97 more words
By Kim Glovas
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A team of medical residents from Albert Einstein Medical Center have won a national game-style contest.
It’s called the American College of Physicians “Doctor’s Dilemna” and it’s styled after the “Jeopardy” game show. 155 more words
By Tony Hanson
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – One of Philadelphia’s most successful, respected and aggressive prosecutors is now on the hunt for the innocent.
DA Seth Williams announced this week the formation of a new unit, the Conviction Relief Unit, and it will be led by veteran homicide prosecutor Mark Gilson. 129 more words
By David Madden
CAMDEN (CBS) – Some 100 community leaders from throughout Camden are being trained to be extra eyes and ears for the police. 167 more words