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There's a new area code coming to the Philly suburbs because 484 and 610 options are running out. Don't worry, your existing number won't be affected.

Bob Dole, longtime Republican leader and presidential candidate, dies at 98

Comcast is raising TV and internet prices starting in late December. Here's why.

Philadelphia Commerce Director Michael Rashid resigned Sunday following reports that he made anti-Semtic remarks and verbally abused department staffers.

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The protest along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway briefly turned into a wedding party Saturday afternoon, as Kerry Anne and Michael Gordon joined the march on their wedding day. ? by Tyger Williams More:

A federal judge has ruled that key components of Gov. Tom Wolf’s coronavirus mitigation strategy are unconstitutional, including a statewide limit on how many Pennsylvanians can gather in one place.

John Chaney, the legendary @TempleUniv  basketball coach, has passed away at age 89.

The new session of the Pennsylvania Senate got off to a chaotic start Tuesday, with Republicans taking the rare step of removing the Democratic lieutenant governor, John Fetterman, from running the session.

A laptop and several memory sticks used to program Philly's voting machines were stolen from a warehouse in East Falls, city officials confirmed, setting off a scramble to investigate and ensure machines could not be compromised before Election Day.

A Philly man was cleared of murder after 34 years — by evidence that was in the police file the entire time.

A father took his son to a meet and greet event in November, where he claims Gritty punched his son in the back.

USPS says Pennsylvania mail ballots may not be delivered on time, and state warns of ‘overwhelming’ risk to voters

With tonight's premiere of its 15th season on FXX, "It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia" becomes the longest-running live action comedy series ever.