It happened around 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Loretto and Longshore Avenues.
Philadelphia police believe they have recovered an SUV that was stolen from outside the home of an off-duty officer. The vehicle contained the officer’s service weapon.
Five new mid-block pedestrian-controlled traffic signals are now operating along Roosevelt Boulevard in Northeast Philadelphia.
A police officer is in stable condition after his car was struck by another vehicle Saturday afternoon at the intersection of Longshore Avenue and Oxford Avenue, according to authorities.
Police are investigating a home invasion that occurred early Saturday morning in the Tacony section of Philadelphia.
Police say a driver is facing DUI charges after a crash that killed two people in Northeast Philadelphia early Thursday morning.
The search continues for two people who gunned down a store owner right in front of his wife and baby girl.
The owner of a take-out restaurant and corner store in Tacony was shot dead in front of his wife and child on Friday night.
There are new charges in the case of four mentally challenged adults who were found imprisoned in the basement of a building in Northeast Philadelphia earlier this year.
The suspected ringleader of an alleged Social Security fraud scheme in which police say mentally disabled people were held captive in a basement may not completely understand the seriousness of the charges against her, her lawyer said Monday.
Philadelphia police have arrested a fourth suspect in connection with the horrific discovery of the four malnourished, mentally incapacitated adults being held captive in a basement in Northeast Philadelphia.
As the investigation continues into four mentally disabled adults found locked in the basement of a northeast Philadelphia apartment building, police say there may be dozens more victims by the group headed up by alleged ring-leader Linda Ann Weston.
In an Eyewitness News exclusive, three victims who were held captive inside a Northeast Philadelphia basement described the horrific ordeal.
A missing 15-year-old girl from Florida has turned up in Philadelphia and appears to be linked to a case involving four adults who were held against their will inside a Tacony basement.
On Monday night, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey gave reporters a first-hand look at the dungeon-like sub-basement in which police say four mentally challenged adults were held captive.