Woman Shot Outside North Philly Bar

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Police say a woman was shot for unknown reasons early Friday morning outside a bar in North Philadelphia. This happened just before 2 a.m. at 21st Street and Indiana Avenue. The 27-year-old victim was shot once in the leg. She was taken to Temple Hospital in stable condition. Police are searching for […]

Local Students Build Car That Runs On Used Oil From Philadelphia Eatery

By Mike DeNardo PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – One of the cars on display at the Philadelphia Auto Show is built by local school students — and it runs on used fryer oil from a local restaurant. “We get our vegetable oil from Federal Donuts. And we convert it to biodiesel,” says auto tech teacher Andre Brooks, […]

Temple Students Work To Arm Old Flu Drug Against New Threats

CBS Philly (con’t) Affordable Care Act Updates: CBSPhilly.com/ACA Health News Information: CBSPhilly.com/Health By Ian Bush PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It’s been a particularly tough flu season, with the vaccine poorly matched to the predominant strain of the virus. While doctors say you should still get the shot, what if there were a way to fight the […]

94WIP’s Wing Bowl 23 Underway

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Wings, beer, and total debauchery. The Wing Bowl has begun. SportsRadio 94WIP’s Mardi Gras themed Wing Bowl 23 got underway Friday morning at the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia. A sold out crowd, once again, is on-hand for Philly’s biggest party of the year hosted by Angelo Cataldi, Al Morganti, and the 94WIP […]

Stigall Show Log 1.30.15

6:00- President Obama spoke in Society Hill last night. 6:17- Sen. John McCain yelled at a protester, telling him to “get out of here you low life scum.” 6:35- What’s Trending?: Marshawn Lynch finally speaks; New England Celebrities take credit for deflategate; Ridiculous names in NFL with Key and Peele; Katy Perry’s press conference yesterday; […]

Notes from the news, Jan. 29

By the Notebook on Jan 29, 2015 09:32 AM 5 ideas that could change Philly education — and one that won $5,000 to get started. Billy Penn Parents United prevails in getting BCG school-closings list. Notebook Former staffers sue shuttered charter school. Daily News Charter school founder’s mental competency questioned in court. Inquirer Germantown grassroots […]

New Safety Concerns Over PECO Meter Installations

PECO’S multi-million dollar smart meter program shut down last week following fire and safety concerns. Now, as the energy giant re-evaluates the program, a new safety issue is being raised – are some workers required to meet installation quotas? “This is shocking to me.” PECO spokesperson Cathy Engel Menendez was taken aback when Fox 29 […]