Community leaders held a press conference this week to announce the second annual Hands Across Philadelphia march, which is scheduled for next Saturday. Scores of groups will join hands to stop violence in the city.
In an exclusive interview with CBS 3’s Walt Hunter, Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey revealed crime in every major category was down between January and June 30th.
Hope Brown came to look at the cross for her 25-year-old nephew Garland Banks.
Authorities are trying to determine if a contaminated batch of PCP is going around Camden after a child was decapitated and two other children’s throats were slashed by people believed to be on the illegal drug.
With the number of violent deaths in Philadelphia on the rise, a number of community groups and faith-based leaders put together a “Stop the Violence” vigil and 24-hour prayer service open to all.
All three murders are unrelated. No names are being released, and there are no suspects.
Chris reacts to last night’s Republican Debate in Florida and recounts the events at the debate party in West Chester. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday about blind trusts and CBS 3′s Beasley Reece about Brad Lidge signing in Washington.
Police have a home in Trainor, Delaware County surrounded. And they say they believe the man inside is the person behind Saturday night’s deadly shooting in northwestern Montgomery County.
Montgomery County district attorney Risa Ferman says it appears there was an intense struggle between the defendant, Joseph McAndrew, and his twin brother James, whom Ferman says may have been trying to protect his parents.