State police say the troopers were patrolling the road, driving east, just before one a.m., when the accident occurred.
The Philadelphia fire department has been rocked in the last six months by a sudden spike in the number of employees who have taken their own life.
State Senator Vincent Hughes is starting with a tour today of some parts of Philadelphia in desperate need of rebuilding.
Primary winners from both major parties spent part of their “day after” helping raise money for the Broad Street Ministry.
Two of the former officers have said they’ll seek to return to the force, but the defense team’s lead attorney says he expects the four other former cops to join the action.
Hundreds of job seekers descended on Temple University this morning for a one-day job fair conducted by Philadelphia International Airport.
The morning of May 13, 1985 began with a hail of gunfire on a street in West Philadelphia. Before the day was over, 11 people were dead and three blocks of houses were reduced to ash and rubble. It was the infamous MOVE confrontation.
This week marks the 30th anniversary of the disastrous confrontation between the Philadelphia police and members of the group that called itself “MOVE.”
The Pennsylvania Convention Center, in center city, is taking a new tack in its battle with the carpenters’ union, which has been locked out of the facility since May 2014.
The National Constitution Center gave out prizes Thursday to the winners of a new student essay contest it’s started.
Finally, success for the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s taxi medallion auction. But the price was far from what the PPA originally hoped for.
It was no accident that help was nearby whenever runners suffered health problems at last Sunday’s Broad Street Run.
The University cut the season short on Friday, announcing that a Community Standards Review process that begun a month ago concluded there had been violations.
One of the exciting preliminaries for Broad Street Run participants is picking up their race numbers beforehand at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
A change in kindergarten registration procedures at a Philadelphia public elementary school has drawn the expected protest by some parents whose kids were accepted, then rejected, for admission next year.