One male is dead and several others were arrested after a brawl between two wedding parties Sunday morning at a hotel in Society Hill.
Chris reviews last nights debate with Ed Rendell, Newt Gingrich and Rick Satorum. He also gets expert analysis from John Hayward from Human Events and Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on a special debate edition of the Matchup.
Attorney Brian Francis Humble says his clients decided to sue after, according to them, they were picked up by police and brought to the district headquarters without cause.
More Philadelphia police officers will be able to obtain higher education, thanks to the latest scholarship grant from the Kal and Lucille Rudman Foundation.
“Well, I’m pleased charges were approved,” Philadelphia police commissioner Charles Ramsey told reporters.
Chris reviews the media’s coverage of the shooting in Aurora, CO. He discusses the removal of the Joe Paterno statue at Penn State and the sanctions that will be imposed this morning by the NCAA with Kevin Cirilli from the Philly Post. He also talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup and to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel.
A 25th District Philadelphia Police officer was arrested and charged with theft and related offenses on Thursday for an incident that happened last summer.
During the city’s Fourth of July celebrations, a handful of police officers will have miniature cameras attached to their glasses, hat, or collar.
An off-duty police officer was rushed to an area hospital after his motorcycle collided with a vehicle in North Philadelphia Friday evening.
The Philadelphia Police Department is sending 67 officers to assist with the NATO summit in Chicago.
Police have made an arrest in connection to the rash of tire slashings in Northeast Philadelphia; however, investigators believe “several copy-cats” remain on the loose.
Among the items in the fine print of Mayor Nutter’s new budget were plans for a brand new, state-of-the-art police headquarters in West Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania’s new no-texting-while-driving law is in effect this morning. But Philadelphia’s top-cop says the law is a “step backwards” for Philadelphia.
“We don’t know if there was any relationship at all between the victims and the killers. We don’t believe there was,” police commissioner Charles Ramsey said on Tuesday.
Chris covers the story of FOX 29 not airing video on Mayor Nutter patting a woman’s buttocks while bowling and discusses the issue with Dan Gross of the Daily News. He talks to Marcus Hook Mayor James Schiliro about the status of the Sunoco refinery in Marcus Hook and to Chuck Darrow of the Daily News about the death of a casino executive in Atlantic City.