The event is on Sunday and tickets are $50.
9th Annual Philadelphia Burger Brawl Raising Money For Undeserved Schools In CityThe event is on Sunday and tickets are $50.
Taste With Tori: JansenVittoria Woodill reports.
Study: 73% Of Americans Think It's Easier To Go To Emergency Room Than Get Doctor's AppointmentThe emergency room is the default choice for most Americans when they need medical care, a new study says. The study, released by Zocdoc.com, found nearly three in four Americans, or 73%, think it’s easier to go to the ER than to get a doctor’s appointment. Katie Johnston reports.
GameStop To Close Up To 200 Stores By February 2020GameStop is going to close up to 200 stores by the end of February. GameStop's new CEO, George Sherman, says the company "is in a tough place" and "needs to make some changes" to keep up with the video game industry. Katie Johnston reports.
More Than 60 Restaurants Will Rumble This Weekend At The Philadelphia Burger BrawlFounder Rob Wasserman has a taste of what to expect at this year's Burger Brawl.
Charges Dropped Against Man Who Put Leash On Ailing Wife At Pennsylvania FairAuthorities have dropped a simple assault charge against a Maryland man who used a dog leash to lead his wife around a Pennsylvania fair because she has late-stage dementia. Katie Johnston reports.
Burger Brawl 2019: Local Restaurants Getting Ready To Fire Up The Grill For Best Burger BattlePat Gallen reports.
Delaware Attorney General Warns Of 'At-Home' Sex Assault KitsDelaware’s attorney general has issued a warning following reports of “at-home” sexual assault kits being marketed to colleges and sex assault survivors. Curtis Silva reports.
Toddler In Critical Condition After Nearly Drowning In Pool In Newtown TownshipA 23-month-old girl is in critical condition after nearly drowning in her family’s pool on Wednesday morning. Newtown Township police say the incident happened at a residence on the 800 block of Ellis Avenue, around 10 a.m. Curtis Silva reports.
Survey: Philadelphia Fourth-Best City For Oktoberfest Celebrations In United StatesA festival that features beer and Bavarian pretzels is bound to be a good time. Philadelphia is the fourth-best city in the country for Oktoberfest celebrations, a new survey says. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania High Court Asked To Throw Out Death PenaltyThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court will consider Wednesday whether the state’s death penalty statute amounts to cruel, arbitrary punishment that’s too often reserved for black and poor defendants. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Assaults Woman At Bethlehem Cemetery, Police SayPolice in Bethlehem are searching for a man who assaulted a woman at a cemetery. The incident happened at the Nisky Hill Cemetery, around 10 a.m. on Aug. 31. Katie Johnston reports.
Authorities: Lehigh Valley Man Posted Videos Of Couple To Porn WebsiteAuthorities say a Lehigh Valley man posted sexual videos of a couple on a pornography website without the couple's permission. Shawn Krumm is charged with unlawful dissemination of an intimate image. Katie Johnston reports.
South Philly's Melrose Diner To Offer 50 Percent Discount During ReopeningPat Gallen sits down with the owner to discuss the reopening after the devastating fire in July forced the diner to temporarily close for several weeks.
Man Charged With Sexually Assaulting Young Girl Inside South Jersey Walmart, Police SayPolice say a 31-year-old man has been charged with sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl inside a Washington Township Walmart store. The incident happened Thursday at the store on Route 42 in Turnersville. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Man Attacked By Rabid BatA man in Luzerne County is getting treatment at his home after a bat that bit him tested positive for rabies. Randy Haines said he heard his dog barking at night at his home in Larksville, so he went outside to see what was going one. He wasn't prepared for what happened next.Katie Johnston reports.
Bank Accidentally Puts $120,000 In Couple's Account And They Spent It, Police SayA Pennsylvania couple is facing felony theft charges after their bank accidentally put $120,000 in their account, and the couple spent most of it instead of contacting the bank, police said. Katie Johnston reports.
Week 1 Fantasy Football TipsAndrew Wheeler offers some tips to help you through week 1 of the fantasy football season.
Union County Police Searching For Person Who Spray-Painted Homemade CrosswalkPolice say a homemade crosswalk in a Union County, New Jersey neighborhood could be deadly to pedestrians. Curtis Silva reports.
Sneak Peek At Lincoln Financial Field's New Food OfferingsVittoria Woodill reports.
New Jersey Woman Admits Fatally Stabbing Identical Twin In Street FightA Camden County woman accused of stabbing her identical twin to death during a drunken street fight has pleaded guilty to manslaughter charges. Amanda Ramirez entered her plea Thursday. Geoff Petrulis reports.
First Look At Menu At Lincoln Financial FieldVittoria Woodill has a preview of what foodies can expect at the Linc this season.
Gary Owen Talks About Kevin Hart With CBS LocalActor and comedian Gary Owen sits down with CBS Local.
New Jersey Woman Steals $2,000 Diamond Ring, Swaps It Out For $28,000 Ring At Costco, Authorities SayAuthorities say a woman stole a Diamond ring worth $2,000 from a Costco store and then swapped it out for another valued at $28,000 at a different Costco store. Izaebela Kolano is facing a theft charge. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey, Delaware Among Top States With Affordable Child Care Services, Study FindsNew Jersey and Delaware are among the top five states for families to access affordable child care services, a new study says. Katie Johnston reports.
Uncle Bill's Pancake House In Stone Harbor Is Home To A Jersey Shore TraditionPat Gallen reports from Uncle Bill's Pancake House.
Snack In A Snap: Quahog's Tuna CevicheVittoria Woodill takes us to Quahog's in Stone Harbor for this week's Snack in a Snap.
Taste With Tori: Quahog's Seafood Shack and BarVittoria Woodill reports.
Philadelphia Eagles 2019 Season PreviewKatie Johnston talks with CBS Philadelphia's Don Bell, to preview the Philadelphia Eagles upcoming season. Katie Johnston reports.