The Painted Bride wanted to sell its iconic building in Old City to a developer, but a judge ruled its mosaics were too "priceless" to destroy.
Air Date: October 8, 2019Listen 13:04
The census counts prisoners in the districts where they're in incarcerated, not in their home districts. Why that's led to shifts in political power in Pennsylvania.
Air Date: October 3, 2019Listen 12:22
Raucous parties at Muhammad Ali's former mansion-turned-Airbnb has put Cherry Hill, N.J. in the midst of a bigger debate about how these rentals affect communities.
Air Date: October 1, 2019Listen 12:01
Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan is threatening to sue Sunoco on behalf of residents afraid of sinkholes along the Mariner East 2 pipeline route.
Air Date: September 30, 2019Listen 12:02
The Market East neighborhood has a dismal history when it comes to development. Could the Gallery mall's new replacement, Fashion District Philadelphia, be a different story?
Air Date: September 26, 2019Listen 15:04
A Philly man suffering from mental health and substance abuse issues was shot by police. Why do cops wind up being called to handle these situations?
Air Date: September 24, 2019Listen 12:36
Retired Bordentown Police Chief Frank Nucera is on trial for a hate crime. Are recordings of him using racist slurs enough to convict him?
Air Date: September 23, 2019Listen 14:34
A volunteer firefighter's interest in the extremist group the Proud Boys has Haverford Township residents fighting over whether it should vet the views of public servants.
Air Date: September 19, 2019Listen 14:22
Why did Sig Sauer, the manufacturer of the P320 handgun, fix trigger problems in the U.S. Army version more than a year before offering an upgrade to the public?
Air Date: September 16, 2019Listen 10:46
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