Delaware County working to help the hundreds of people laid off by Crozer Health
After hundreds of employees at Crozer Health in Delaware County were laid off, county officials are stepping up to make sure the people affected know what resources are right at their fingertips. KYW Newsradio’s Justin Udo has the story.
Atlantic City ditching state employee health plan
Dozens of cities and towns have left the New Jersey State Employee Health Benefits Program. Camden, Trenton and Newark have already done so and are saving millions on health premiums, and Atlantic City is next. More on this from KYW Newsradio's South Jersey reporter Mike Dougherty. (Photo credit: …
Do the Phillies have enough pitching? Did Joel Embiid's MVP chances take a hit?
KYW Newsradio's Dave Uram reports on the Phillies ahead of their season opener in Texas, as well as the Sixers, who bounced back against the Mavericks with Joel Embiid and James Harden in the lineup. (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images)
Man expected to plead guilty to lesser charge in terra cotta thumb theft case
Michael Rohana, the Delaware man charged with stealing the thumb of a terra cotta warrior on exhibit at the Franklin Institute in 2017, is expected to plead guilty to a lesser charge and be sentenced on April 17 in federal court in Philadelphia. (Photo credit: Courtesy of The Franklin Institute)
Medical Report: How parents should address childhood obesity
Talking to your children about weight gain is a delicate conversation, but it is important. KYW Newsradio medical editor Dr. Brian McDonough offers some advice.
Trying to beat jet lag? What you eat makes a difference
To avoid jet lag, some nutritionists are now suggesting we avoid airline food entirely and bring our own nutrient-dense foods on the plane, especially for fighting acidity that's commonly caused by air travel. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg has more. (Photo credit: Getty Images)
2 shot at South Philadelphia SEPTA station
Police say a man was arrested for opening fire and wounding two people at the Snyder Avenue Broad Street Line Station last night. KYW Newsradio's Tim Jimenez reports the shots were fired during a fight and one of the victims was accidentally hit. (Photo credit: Holli Stephens/KYW Newsradio, file)
Medical Report: More people are developing cancer at earlier ages
A growing number of people are developing cancer at earlier ages. KYW Medical Editor Dr. Brian McDonough takes a look at why this might be happening.
Philadelphia shines through among nominees for James Beard Awards, recognizing culinary excellence nationwide
Philadelphia’s culinary talent is being recognized by the James Beard Foundation. As KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports, award finalists were just announced today. (Image credit: Getty Images)
Delaware Senate passes 2 cannabis bills, with hopes governor will back down
State senators in Delaware have overwhelmingly approved two bills on marijuana legislation. One bill legalizes possession of small amounts of weed and the other bill sets the framework for how cannabis can be legally sold in the state.