Two workers were injured after a partial building collapse in Philadelphia Friday afternoon.
Philadelphia Police say an arrest has been made in connection with the shooting death of a woman in Philadelphia’s Queen Village neighborhood.
Around 10pm Monday night, police say a 32-year-old woman was shot twice in her face and arm at point blank range inside her Philadelphia apartment on 5th Street near Washington Avenue.
Philly AIDS Thift will reopen Giovanni’s Room– the country’s oldest continuously operated LGBT bookstore.
Chopper 3 over the scene of the collapse at 900 S. Front Street.
The land was once owned by Mother Bethel AME Church, which used it as a burying ground in the early to mid-19th century.
Police say PGW workers and the Philadelphia Fire Department responded to a report of a smell of gas in the 700 block of S. 4th Street around 9 p.m.
Planning continues for renovating Weccacoe Playground while preserving an African-American cemetery beneath it. Descendants of the cemetery’s founder recently came forward with their ideas.
Police say multiple tips received during the investigation lead them to the 1700 block of South Chadwick Street, where Nicholas Pompeii was arrested.
The Philadelphia Police Department’s South Detectives Division says the suspects have now been identified as Kennan Gentry and Nicholas Pompeii.
Police in Philadelphia are trying to identify several suspects wanted for multiple robberies in Queen Village and Point Breeze.
Philadelphia police are searching for a suspect who robbed customers and employees of a nail salon at knife-point.
Twenty-one-year-old Luis Moreno was arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault, Robbery and related charges in connection to the incident, which happened around 1:15 a.m. Monday at Front and Christian Streets in Queen Village.
The Weccacoe Playground near 4th and Queen Street in Queen Village has a bright future– the site will soon undergo a half-a-million dollars in renovations. But what’s more interesting is the playground’s past and what lies beneath the surface.
A memorial fund has been established for the family of a Philadelphia firefighter killed in a blaze earlier this month.