Jessica Kartalija reports.
Digital Brief: Aug. 8, 2022 (PM)Ukee Washington has the latest headlines.
Philadelphia weather: Oppressive heat continuesKate Bilo has the latest forecast.
New Jersey DOT offering to pay you just for driving aroundHow would you like to get paid just for driving around?
Man wanted for series of burglaries at restaurants in West Mount AiryPolice say the man has stolen several thousand dollars.
Woman stabbed to death in West Philly had protective order against man charged in murderPolice say Raymond Thompson killed Ashley Lockhart.
Sheriff's deputies dismantle protest encampment outside of University City TownhomesJoe Holden reports.
How dogs are saving lives amid nationwide blood shortageBrandon Goldner reports.
CDC expected to relax some COVID-19 restrictions soonStephanie Stahl reports.
Some 24-hour Wawa stores will close earlier for nowThe company says the change will be in place until further notice.
Extradition hearing for suspect in Chester abduction pushed backThe hearing will take place on Tuesday now.
Food banks, pantries seeing big jump in demand as inflation has millions of Americans strugglingFood banks saw a big jump in demand during the pandemic, but were hoping for a change this year.
Vehicle with trailer crashes into pole, catches fire in Montgomery CountyNo injuries have been reported.
Workers lifted to safety from Commodore Barry BridgeNo one was injured.
Police identify suspect wanted in 2 Center City indecent assaultsThe most recent incident happened Sunday at a SEPTA station in Center City.
3 women shot over Instagram post part of disturbing Philadelphia gun violence trendMatt Petrillo reports.
Philadelphia Department of Public Health declares heat health emergencyJasmine Payoute reports.
Impacts of COVID-19 still lingering for some children more than 2 years after pandemic's peakMarcella Baietto reports.
CDC expected to relax some COVID-19 restrictions just as kids start heading back to schoolStephanie Stahl reports.
3 men convicted in murder of Ahmaud Arbery sentenced for federal hate crimesGreg and Travis McMichael, father and son, both received life sentences. Their neighbor, William Bryan was sentenced to 35 years.
Looking for a career change? Mattress company hiring a professional napperThe job requirements include sleeping in company stores, exceptional sleeping abilities and posting on social media to share your life as a pro-napper.
Weather Update: Oppressive heat continuesLlarisa Abreu reports.
Eagles fans sing "Happy Birthday" to quarterback Jalen HurtsHurts turned 24 on Sunday.
Report: Philadelphia children suffering from long-lasting harmful impacts from COVID-19 pandemicThe advocacy organization Children First says during the pandemic, Philadelphia youth suicide calls jumped 62%.
Chestnut Hill Hospital to soon be soldIf the deal goes through, the hospital will be renamed Temple Health Chestnut Hill Hospital.