One person was killed and three others, including a pregnant woman, were injured in a shooting in South Philadelphia Tuesday evening.
Authorities say the shooting happened on the 2700 block of Reed Street and the 1400 block of South Etting Street at 9:15 p.m.
Police have identified the mother of two, an innocent bystander, who was shot and killed in Philadelphia. One male, an alleged shooter, was found with gunshot wounds in the arm and a second shooter remains at large.
The violence started at a South Philadelphia Chinese restaurant Saturday night, where a 21-year-old man was shot in the head and later died at an area hospital.
Philadelphia police have testified to the danger and subsequent carnage during that night last September.
A woman was rushed to the hospital after being shot during an apparent home invasion in South Philadelphia early Thursday morning.
Philadelphia police are searching for several suspects who were caught on surveillance tape vandalizing and spray-painting on homes and cars.
A motorcade through the city streets tomorrow aims to remember the more than 300 homicide victims in Philadelphia in 2011.
A motorcade through the city streets on Thursday aims to remember the more than 300 homicide victims in Philadelphia in 2011.
Police are searching for two suspects for their roles in the armed robbery of a sporting goods store in South Philadelphia.
Philadelphia police are investigating the fatal shooting of a man late Monday night.
A number of community leaders spoke at a press conference Friday afternoon to respond to the gun violence that has plagued the Point Breeze and Grays Ferry section of the city since mid-September.
Police are working overtime following a rash of gun violence in Philadelphia in the past few days.
Gunfire erupts in South Philadelphia killing two and injuring two others including the suspected shooter.
The second killer has now pleaded guilty in a chilling case of a 2009 Grays Ferry incident involving mistaken identity and senseless murder. There is evidence this defendant did not fire, but ordered another to, “shoot them.”