Philadelphia Tennis Players React To Serena Williams’ Retirement Announcement

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Serena Williams’ influence can be seen on and off the tennis court. Young tennis players tell CBS3 news of her retirement came sooner than they expected. Tennis requires power, precision and, to get to the top, perseverance – all things Williams embodies with a career that captivated people of all ages. READ … Read more

Heat Health Emergency In Philadelphia Has Residents Running For Cover From Sun: ‘This Heat Is Like, Dangerous’

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Several days of very hot weather has led the Philadelphia Department of Public Health to declare a heat health emergency. People who Eyewitness News spoke with say they consider this to be one of the hottest summers yet. From empty spraygrounds to slow days behind the counter, Monday’s heat health emergency has … Read more

Lighthouse Partners With Gleaners To Expand Food Relief

(CBS Detroit) – Small food pantries are closing following the pandemic. As emergency funds to support operations run out Lighthouse is teaming up with Gleaners to fill the need in Oakland County. READ MORE: 3 Dead, 9 Hurt In Separate Weekend Shootings In Detroit “During the course of the pandemic when we had the level … Read more

WATCH LIVE: DA Krasner, Gun Violence Task Force To Announce Convictions Of 2 Defendants For Multiple Shootings

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – District Attorney Larry Krasner and members of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office Gun Violence Task Force will announce the convictions of two defendants with known street group affiliations who were indicted by a Philadelphia Grand Jury for their roles in a series of shootings that occurred in the city’s Overbrook and Mantua … Read more

Man Hospitalized After An Alligator Bit Him In The Face At Lake Thonotosassa

February 19, 2020, Thonotosassa, Florida, USA: General view of Lake Thonotosassa. (Credit Image: © Luis Santana/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Wire) HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. (CW44 News At 10 | CNN) — An alligator bit a man’s face while he was swimming in Lake Thonotosassa in Florida, according to officials. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation … Read more

Encampment Outside University City Townhomes Refuses To Budge, Despite Court Order Demanding Them To Move Out

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The encampment outside of University City townhomes in West Philadelphia is continuing to grow, despite a court order that demands they move out. The tents with human rights signs and other messages of hope and protest could soon become some residents’ new reality. “The symbolism of the tents for some person’s will not … Read more

Philadelphia Health Department Declares Heat Advisory For Beginning Of Week

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Dangerous heat will remain in the Philadelphia region through the beginning of the workweek, prompting the city’s health department to declare a heat advisory. The heat advisory will go into effect Monday at 12 p.m. and last through Tuesday at 9 p.m. Monday’s high will climb up to 96 and Tuesday will … Read more

Man Shot In Chest, Killed In Kingsessing: Philadelphia Police

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A man in his 30s was shot in the chest and killed in Philadelphia’s Kingsessing neighborhood on Sunday morning, police say. The shooting happened at 53rd Street and Greenway Avenue around 2:30 a.m. Police say he was taken to Presbyterian Hospital and pronounced dead shortly thereafter. No arrests have been made. For … Read more

Person Of Interest In Custody Following Stabbing That Left Woman Dead In West Philadelphia, Police Say

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Police say they have a person of interest in custody in connection with the stabbing that left a woman in her early 30s dead in West Philadelphia on Saturday. The person is in custody is a 34-year-old man. Police say the woman was found at the 5300 block of Chestnut Street in … Read more

Deputies Arrest Man And Woman For Sexual Activity Involving Animals

File Photo. Credit: Getty Images PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. (CW44 News At 10)– Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office Deputies have arrested a man and woman for engaging in sexual activity with their dog. According to reports, on August 2, deputies arrested Christina Calello, 36, and Geoffrey Springer, 39, for willingly engaging in sexual activity with a dog … Read more