One man is in the hospital after being shot in Kensington Wednesday evening.
The Department of Revenue revoked the business license of Blasius Chocolate Factory.
Philadelphia police are searching for suspects in connection with the shooting of a customer during an attempted robbery of a take-out store early Tuesday morning.
Police say no one was injured, but the bullets struck the windows of the Philadelphia Fire Department’s station on Hart Lane at Boudinot Street.
Eighty-six-year-old John Howarth reportedly left his home in a 2010 Gray Ford Focus with Pennsylvania plates DYB-7908 early Wednesday morning.
One person was transported to Episcopal Hospital in unknown condition at 10:11 a.m.
The back wheels of a delivery truck got stuck in a sinkhole that opened up on a Philadelphia street early Monday morning.
EXCLUSIVE: Firefighter’s Widow, Union Ask DA To Reconsider Decision To Not Criminally Charge Building Owners In Deadly Warehouse Blaze
Diane Neary, widow of Philadelphia Fire Lieutenant Robert Neary, expressed her concern about a decision announced Monday by District Attorney Seth Williams, not to file criminal charges against the owners of a vacant, dilapidated Kensington warehouse that burned and collapsed killing Neary and fellow firefighter Daniel Sweeney.
A Philadelphia police officer suffered an apparent heart attack during a struggle with a suspect Monday morning.
The incident was reported shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday in the 2900 block of E Street.
Police are investigating two homicides in Philadelphia Monday night.
One man is in critical condition, and another hospitalized following two separate shooting that occurred right around the same time in Philadelphia Saturday night.
A high school was placed on lockdown Friday afternoon after a student was robbed by another student.
Police are searching for a gunman after a man is shot in Kensington.
Defendant Alexander Rodriguez told police he shot and killed 17-year-old Joel Gutierrez in October because he was mad.