In Current Climate, Fewer Minorities Want Careers as Cops, Phila. Police Commissioner SaysPhiladelphia police commissioner Charles Ramsey says national incidents of police violence has made recruiting minorities for the Philadelphia police force much tougher.
Phila. Police Examining Prior Living Situation of Disabled Man Found Lying in Cobbs Creek WoodsPhiladelphia police lieutenant John Walker says officials want to figure out the quality of care previously provided to the young man and what agencies have been involved in overseeing his case.
Tony Hanson, Mainstay of KYW Newsradio, Caps Off Four-Decade Reporting CareerOur longtime colleague and friend Tony Hanson is retiring today, ending a storied, 37-year career at <em>KYW Newsradio.</em> Listen to our on-air tribute to this legendary reporter.
A Philadelphia Police Dept. Toy Drive Goes Viral, Netting a Thousand ToysAnd it's about to bring Christmas joy to some of the city's most vulnerable and desperate residents.
Phila. Police Dept. Gets Big Grant To Expand Recording of InterrogationsIt's now only a matter of time, but no longer a matter of money, before many suspect interrogations by Philadelphia police detectives are recorded by camera and microphone.
1 Arrested, 2 Sought in Assault-Robbery of Queen Village StorekeeperIt happened about 9:30pm last Tuesday, when three unknown men armed with a shotgun and a Taser burst into the Queen Village Mini Market on Christian Street and announced a robbery.