Twenty-year-old Christina Regusters is the only person charged with the kidnapping, but an attorney is convinced that others were involved.
Philadelphia Police Fired At More Suspects, Last Year, Than In The Previous Two Years; Officials Blame Armed Suspects
Philadelphia police officers shot 52 people, last year, according to department figures.
South Philadelphia High School alumni welcomed a former Tuskegee airman into its Hall of Fame Sunday.
Michael and Yechiel Lichtenstein rose to notoriety in Philadelphia when a building they owned in Kensington burned in 2012, killing two firefighters.
Woodcrest Country Club once admitted members only, but it could become public land. Camden County plans to bid on the property in a bankruptcy auction on May 20th.
The house across from Wayne Junction is a wreck – broken windows, ripped shingles, drooping trim. But Devon Goodwin sees potential.
Sandy Cohen of Lafayette Hill, Pa., says she never regretted her decision to get preventive mastectomies — both for herself and her children.
Forty percent of Philadelphians witnessed violent incidents while they were growing up, according to a groundbreaking survey that attempts to figure out the impact of adverse childhood experiences on adult health.
Philadelphia is the first city where the impact of urban stress is being studied.
Anna Jarivis, the Philadelphia woman who started Mother’s Day, spent her later years trying to do away with the holiday, including turning on her earliest supporter, John Wanamaker.
An estimated one in five children suffer from some mental health issue and KYW’s Pat Loeb reports city officials want parents to know help is available.
“The Philadelphia homeless population exceeds the nation in the prevalence of diabetes, heart disease, smoking, and depression,” a Project HOME official notes.
The ceremony highlights the danger that officers face on the job.
Tourism officials plan to promote 14 neighborhoods that have been revitalized in the last five years, aiming not just at out-of-towners but at Philadelphians too, who may want to try something new, while feeling very much at home.
“Mothers in Charge” has been a leading voice against violence in Philadelphia, but founder Dorothy Johnson-Speight says it’s a national problem.
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