Stacey Dash: 'My Second Amendment Right Saved My Life'Actress and cable news commentator Stacey Dash recounts how owning a gun saved her from an abusive relationship.
Philly March Offers Support For Sexual, Domestic Abuse Victims, SurvivorsThe 6th annual "Take Back The Night" rally took place Thursday night.
WIP Raising Awareness, Money For Domestic Violence After Greg Hardy ScandalThe Josh Innes Show is trying to make a positive out of the situation by raising money for a women's shelter in Dallas.
Domestic Violence Doesn’t Just Stop
Local Group's Campaign Helps ID Domestic Violence At Its CoreOctober is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Women Against Abuse is kicking off the 8th Annual iPledge Campaign next week.
Bears Release Ray McDonald After Domestic Violence ArrestThe Bears released DE Ray McDonald following a domestic violence arrest that police say stemmed from him assaulting a woman who was holding a baby.
'Take Back The Night' Rally Marches Through PhiladelphiaAfter the rally outside on Chestnut Street, the group gathered inside First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia to share tales of survival.
Authorities: Boyfriend Of Millersville Student Found Dead In Dorm Charged With HomicidePolice say the dead woman's boyfriend had blood on his face, hands, and jeans, a cut on his forehead, his shirt ripped, and scratches on his chest when they arrived.
Ray Rice Wins Appeal, 'Suspension Vacated'Ray Rice has won the appeal of his indefinite suspension by the NFL, which has been "vacated immediately," the players' union said Friday.
Phila. Police Reminder: Donate Old Cell Phones for Domestic Abuse VictimsPhiladelphia police say they get about 100,000 calls each year related to domestic abuse -- more than 300 a day.
Brotherly Love: Putting Women On A Pathway To IndependenceDomestic violence can steal a victim's confidence and trust, and make them feel like they won't ever succeed. But they can. In this week's story of Brotherly Love, a non-profit is coaching women to be entrepreneurs.
Phila. Police Again Collect Used Cell Phones To Benefit Domestic Abuse VictimsThe program, called "Hopeline," is a joint effort among the Philadelphia local of the Fraternal Order of Police, the Philadelphia Police Department, Verizon, and the organization "Women Against Abuse."