Guilty Verdict In Cold Case Murder Of Two Women In North PhiladelphiaEven to the end, before sheriff's deputies led him away, a South Jersey man denied raping and murdering two women in North Philadelphia in 1989, but a jury saw it otherwise.
Jury Deliberations Begin In North Philly Rape Double Murder Cold CaseJurors got the case from 1989 – which featured dueling DNA experts -- late Friday afternoon.
DNA Expert Questions Evidence In Rape, Murder Cold Case TrialThe defense opened its case in the rape and double-murder cold case trial of a South Jersey man by disputing DNA evidence first collected 27 years ago in North Philadelphia.
Senator Pat Toomey Dishes On Who He Picked To Be The Next PresidentSenator Toomey previously endorsed Florida Senator Marco Rubio's failed presidential campaign. So, what did Toomey do when he got into the voting booth?
Amid Legal Trouble, Congressman Fattah Faces First Competitive Race In DecadesCongressman Chaka Fattah is looking for a 12th term in office, but he is facing intense competition. And, many voters are aware that he is scheduled to stand trial in mid-May on racketeering and conspiracy charges.
Prosecution Focuses On Specific DNA Link In Double Murder TrialOn Friday, more prosecution testimony focused on the forensic science used in the investigation involving the murders of two women in Philadelphia, back in 1989.
Philly’s Bike Share Program Expanding After 1 Year On The RoadThe city is now expanding station locations and program features.
Grant Allows SEPTA To Move Forward With Purchase Of 25 Electric BusesThe more than $2.5-million Federal Transit Administration grant will help SEPTA purchase 25 "zero emission" electric buses.
Philadelphia Appeals Court Upholds NFL Concussion SettlementAn appeals court in Philadelphia says the NFL's nearly $1 billion concussion settlement may not be perfect, but it is fair.
Thousands Attend Job Fair Hosted By Philadelphia International AirportThe resumes were flying at a job fair the Philadelphia International Airport held on the Temple University's Campus.
Dozens Of Toddlers In Cherry Hill Learn About PassoverThis Friday marks the beginning of Passover, and it's never too early to teach youngsters about the holiday.
City Controller Reaches Out To High School Seniors About Financial LiteracyCity Controller Alan Butkovitz says nearly 14% of Philadelphians are unbanked, meaning that they have no access to mainstream financial institutions, and another 22% are underbanked.