Police investigating a homicide that happened overnight in North Philadelphia.
Lawmakers in Alaska are currently considering a bill that would close off public access to records in which charges were dismissed or the defendant was found not guilty.
Only Eyewitness News reporter Natasha Brown was invited along as Philadelphia police officers set out on foot in one of the busiest districts in the city.
Lower Merion Community Watch partnered with the Lower Merion Police Department for training classes to increase the eyes looking for crime.
Authorities in central Pennsylvania say a man has been arrested in a shooting death that authorities said was over a plate of food.
A new report is reinforcing what Philadelphians have known all along: we’re pretty smart.
The police social media department is expanding its outreach on Twitter, now allowing potential witnesses to tweet tips.
Even by the pro athlete’s subterranean standards, the Ray Rice video was shocking. He made no effort to heal or cradle or care for his unconscious fiancee.
There’s a new top dog in New Jersey, at least in the crime fighting world and this canine, who patrols the city of Camden, is a record setter.
When does someone get sentenced to house arrest?
The crime-ridden metropolis came in number one on the list, which was compiled using FBI data from 2012.
Prosecutor Jason Bologna says actions by law enforcement led to money seizures of over a half million dollars from the trunk of the car and over a million dollars buried in the yard of ringleader Joseph Vito Mastronardo.
A new study suggests people who have access to a gun are three times more likely to commit suicide and nearly twice as likely to be murdered.
The decision on whether to pursue criminal charges isn’t necessarily up to the victim of an alleged crime.
In a city where worn down buildings, empty businesses and crime no longer phase residents, there is change on the horizon and some credit Mayor Dana Redd.