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Funeral Today For Officer Marc Brady

For the second Friday in a row, a Philadelphia Police officer will be laid to rest, today. Officer Marc Brady, 32, was killed last Sunday near his home while riding a bicycle. His former girlfriend’s current boyfriend is charged with homicide by vehicle.


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Philadelphia Police Monitoring Their New Texting Address: PPDTIP

There’s a new way to get in touch with Philadelphia police: you can let your fingers do the talking.


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Another Philadelphia Gun Buyback Is Saturday on South Broad Street

Lt. Ray Evers says police in South Philadelphia will be teaming up with a local supermarket and a community group to conduct the guns-for-food-vouchers swap.


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Tattoo Tells The Tale as Philadelphia Police Clear Victim of Apparent ID Theft

A case of mistaken identity briefly put a West Philadelphia man on a “wanted” poster late last week.



Police ID Armed Man Fatally Shot By Philadelphia Police Officer

Philadelphia police have identified a man they say pointed an assault weapon at two officers before he was fatally shot by one of them.


(Philadelphia police commissioner Charles Ramsey, right, is accompanied by Officer Chris Frazier during a walkthrough at the "Occupy Philadelphia" site on October 7th.  Credit:  Paul Kurtz)

‘Occupy Philly’ Costing Police Dept. $33,000 A Day In Overtime

The “Occupy Philadelphia” protest at City Hall was in its sixth day on Tuesday, with several hundred protesters camping out on Dilworth Plaza.


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Drexel, Temple Student Drug Dealers Fall Victim To Violent Home Invasions

Over the past year several Temple and Drexel students have been the victims of violent home invasions near campus. The violence was the price the students had to pay because of their drug dealing ways.


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Last Week’s Dip In Temps Meant An Uptick In Car Thefts

This week may see the region feeling warmer but last week’s cold blast meant an uptick in car thefts in the city.


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Philly Reinstating Some Laid-Off Police Horses From NJ

Some Newark, NJ police horses, being laid off from their jobs in North Jersey, are expected to continue their careers as the Philadelphia Police Department revives its mounted patrol unit.