Pennsylvania’s highest court is upholding a decision that reduced a jury award for a girl who was run over by a school bus in suburban Philadelphia from $14 million to $500,000.
Philadelphia police say they get about 100,000 calls each year related to domestic abuse — more than 300 a day.
Quasim Patrick Cunningham, a 29-year-old from Philadelphia, is facing charges because authorities say he sent pornographic videos and images to the teenage boy via Facebook.
It had been a remarkable story of a hero guide dog, calling 911 to save her blind owner during a home invasion. But now charges against the accused neighbor have been dismissed.
A trust fund has been set up to benefit Ryan McMillan, the six-year-old brother of Scotty McMillan who was allegedly tortured to death earlier this month.
Hempfield High School said Wednesday 42-year-old Patrick Fatta would remain sidelined pending the outcome of the case.
An attempted robbery near Temple University’s campus Wednesday night is the latest in a string that has police and members of the school community on alert.
Philadelphia police say Karen Benitez, also known as Karen Garcia, claimed she was a job recruiter for US Airways. She charged applicants $200 each.
Karen Benitez, also known as Karen Garcia, was arrested on November 7 for theft by deception and related charges.
The fledgling agency puts former prison inmates to work, removing wood flooring, cabinets, and other fixtures for possible sale or reuse.
Administration spokesman Mark McDonald says the decision was made to recall nearly 300 Chevrolet Impalas after a car fire on November 8th nearly cost an officer his life.
The alleged assault happened on Nov. 18, 2014 at 8 a.m. on the 3700 block of Lawrence Street in North Philadelphia.
Montgomery County sheriff Russell Bono says they’re pleased with the way the raids have been going.
CWA state president Hetty Rosenstein says security in the building where Coleman works has now been beefed up, but she’s not sure for how long.
The Courier-Post spoke with a family relative who claimed he was told the couple was stabbed several times.
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.