The American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania filed five lawsuits on behalf of people in Philadelphia who were arrested while watching police in the course of their duties on public streets.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has scheduled a hearing for March, in Philadelphia, after Kane questioned the legality of special prosecutor Tom Carluccio’s appointment.
New Jersey officials are marking the tenth anniversary of the formation of the state’s Human Trafficking Task Force by hammering home a simple message: “Know it. See it. Report it.”
The video comes from an onboard surveillance camera on trolley as it made its way through North Philadelphia.
Police say it happened shortly before 4:30 p.m. Thursday at the 1400 block of Ritner Street.
But one First Amendment expert doesn’t think it would be a very good idea.
The group, calling itself the “All Life Matters Coalition,” gathered at 12th and Jefferson Streets, where newlywed mother of two Kim Jones was shot once in the back of the head in broad daylight.
Joseph Waters Jr. has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for using his position to help influence two cases being handled by other judges.
Eyewitnesses say Shay Wharton was repeatedly punched in the face after her backpack accidentally bumped a man on the crowded Route 15 trolley.
One of the charities swindled by Tollefson was the Brad Fox Foundation, which raises money for the wife and kids of a murdered Plymouth Township police officer.
A man convicted of sex trafficking young women – from Philadelphia to Atlantic City and elsewhere – tried to explain his actions at sentencing, and did himself no favors.
Police are investigating a double shooting late Wednesday night in the Logan section of North Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Police say a man was shot three times during a robbery inside a corner store in Germantown Wednesday night.
It took the jury about ten hours over two days reach its verdicts on five charges, including three felonies.
After five days of deliberations, a federal jury in Philadelphia has found former Philadelphia ironworkers’ union head Joseph Dougherty guilty of corruption and related offenses.
Surveillance video captures people illegally dumping furniture, mattresses, and unwanted pets in Camden. Police were asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the perpetrators.