At Market Street Building Collapse Civil Trial: Enter Former Chief Justice CastilleRetired Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Ron Castille's brief appearance at the Market Street building collapse civil trial became the subject of debate in the courtroom, without the jury present.
Contractor Convicted In Market Street Collapse Has New Support In His CornerThe Philadelphia chapter of the NAACP is voicing support for Griffin Campbell.
Handful Of Witnesses Testify 1st Week Of Market Street Collapse TrialAt the Market Street building collapse civil trial, the list of potential witnesses stands at 243.
Testimony To Begin In Market Street Collapse Civil TrialUpwards of 150-names appear on the witness list for a trial that could take two to three months.
Plaintiff’s Lawyer In Market Street Building Collapse Trial: 'This Was No Accident'Opening statements are now underway.
Jury Selection Complete In Deadly Market Street Collapse Civil TrialIt took more than a week, but a jury has now been picked for the civil trial to determine if anyone should be liable financially in the deadly 2013 Market Street building collapse.
Jury Selection Scheduled In Salvation Army Building Collapse Civil TrialBoth the demolition contractor and his excavator faced criminal charges.
Design Unveiled For Memorial Where 6 Died in 2013 Center City Building CollapseShoppers and employees were killed when a building being demolished fell onto a Salvation Army thrift store at 22nd and Market Streets.
Phila. City Council Presses Ahead With New Structure For L&I OversightDespite the plea for delay from the mother of a woman killed in the 2013 Market Street building collapse, the proposed charter change got City Council committee approval.
Judge Fines Attorney in Salvation Army Building Collapse Case For CommentsAttorney William Hobson, who represents demolition contractor Griffin Campbell, was fined $100 and cautioned about his future conduct.
Panel's Findings on Fatal Market Street Building Collapse ReleasedWhile the report contains about three dozen recommendations for the city to consider going forward, the largest is splitting up L&I's functions and placing more emphasis on safety and accountability.
Report Will Recommend Split-Up of Philadelphia's L & ISources have confirmed that a task force report, created in the wake of last year's fatal Market Street building collapse, recommends splitting Philadelphia's Department of Licenses & Inspections into two separate entities.