Toomey (third from left) was joined during the hourlong session by the County Council, the Delaware County DA, and other interested parties.
Medics responded to the scene of a shooting at Front and Norris Streets around 10 p.m.
Eyewitness News has exclusive video of a dangerous armed robbery suspect who police say has struck specific targets.
A jury has found a central Pennsylvania police chief guilty of theft by extortion for telling motorists they could avoid traffic fines if they made donations to a borough playground fund.
Lower Swatara Township police on Tuesday announced warrants for 23-year-old Rafael Gomez-Echavarria and 25-year-old Alicia Colon.
A man wanted for questioning in connection with the murder of a U.S. Marine has now been charged with murder.
The salmon may have been fat at this center city sushi restaurant, but the servers were being deprived of thousands of dollars in tips.
The driver somehow lost control of the maroon Dodge Challenger and plowed into a playground on North 4th street and West Huntington.
A man was attacked out of nowhere, and police believe it’s the latest assault tied to the so-called “Knockout Game.”
One year after his daughter’s murder, a New Jersey father is suing her killer’s parents to hold them responsible.
Troopers downloaded images and videos, and say the IP address led them to Kenneth Hamilton Jr., a special education teacher at Phoenixville Middle School.
Prosecutors say former officer Rafael Cordero told his half-brother David Garcia, a former criminal informant, about a video-surveillance camera that federal agents installed in a garage used to store drugs, guns and money.
Police in Delaware investigating an attempted home invasion found the homeowner in possession of a significant amount of drugs.
“All we want is a little closure,” Timothy Loper Jr’s father says. “It was a cowardly move. You took an innocent man for no reason.”
Some teens are turning to the grocery store to get drunk, buying cooking wine.
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.