Philadelphia DA Seth Williams says once the initial probe is complete, they’ll determine whether criminal charges should be filed and who will prosecute.
Judge Won’t Dismiss Lawsuit Challenging Philadelphia’s Process of Seizing Properties Tied to Drug Cases
A Federal Judge has ruled that the DA and police will have to slug it out in court with homeowners as they attempt to take down the city’s process of seizing drug-related cash, cars and houses.
More than 200 people rallied at 63rd and Osage to mark the 30th anniversary of the MOVE disaster that killed 11 people and destroyed 62 homes in West Philadelphia.
“We often arrest someone a year or year and a half, two years later,” says Officer Gary Harrison (right), who investigates many of these crimes.
The mother of four year-old Abdul Latif Wilson is still grieving and seeking answers nearly a month after a hit and run driver killed her son.
Jonathan Davis and Melany Nelson run organizations specifically designed to help victims in Philadelphia.
A new voter education campaign has kicked off to encourage Philadelphia voters to approve question #3 on the May 19th ballots.
Thursday marks the nation’s annual Day of Prayer and one Society Hill church has found an easy way for group prayer.
The fire department and L&I will perform joint inspections of commercial and industrial properties larger than 15,000 square feet.
A Silicon Valley startup has launched a web site to educate voters on all the candidates for Philadelphia mayor, City Council, judgeships, and more.
The chefs come from some of Philadelphia’s most popular restaurants and they’ll be preparing food straight from the farm.
The school is preparing to graduate its second Gates Millennium Scholar , 50 years after Philadelphia civil rights activists began marching to desegregate.
The Freedom Fighters will spend Friday morning re-enacting the historic march at Girard College.
The Philadelphia Jewish Voice — a free, online community newspaper — is celebrating its 10th anniversary tonight.
The mother of Brandon Tate-Brown, the man killed by police during a traffic stop in Frankford last December — sued the city of Philadelphia and two police officers involved in the shooting on Tuesday.