'Let's Go Eagles' State Trooper Released From Hospital After Shooting Remains In Good SpiritsThirty-one-year-old Trooper Patrick Casey remained in good spirits, from his arrival in the ER at Hahemann University Hospital until his discharge a day later.
Local Developer, New Kensington CDC Build New Homes In FishtownA local developer, a non-profit agency and Citizens Bank teamed up at an event to highlight a new mixed income development in the Fishtown section to replace some vacant lots.
Any Final Pa. Budget Deal May Include Making Less Severe Whopping Sales Tax Increase In Phila.While Governor Wolf and legislative leaders in Harrisburg haggle over details of their tentative budget deal, there is the possibility of seeing the sales tax in Philadelphia pushed to 9.25 percent.
FBI Agent In Chaka Fattah Jr. Trial Admits Tipping Off Reporter About Search WarrantsAn FBI agent, the last government witness in the Chaka Fattah Jr.'s bank and tax fraud trial, admits tipping off a reporter and also testifies that Fattah leaked information to the media.
Member Of Obama Administration Commends Minority Entrepreneurs In PhiladelphiaAssistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development Jay Williams says there are 8 million minority owned firms in the US that are "under appreciated and under recognized."
Advocates Of Indego Make Push Into Low Income Neighborhoods Looking For Potential RidersThe Indego bike-sharing program in Philadelphia is rolling well, now marking its first six months of operations with more users than other cities, like Washington and Boston did, for the same time period.
Some Students On Villanova Campus Against Move To Transition Public Safety Officers Into Armed Police ForceOn the campus at Villanova University, not all students are comforted by the decision to transition the existing Public Safety Department into an armed University Police Force.
Chelsea Clinton Plugs Her New Book In PhillyChelsea Clinton, the daughter of a former President and current White House hopeful made the rounds in the Philadelphia area, talking about her family, her new book, and the challenges we all face.
Demolition Contractor Convicted Of 6 Counts Of Involuntary Manslaughter In Philadelphia Building Collapse A jury has found demolition contractor Griffin Campbell guilty on six counts of involuntary manslaughter in the 2013 Market Street building collapse in Center City that left six dead.
Jurors In Market Street Collapse Case Hear Closing Arguments In Trial Of ContractorClosing arguments are underway today in the trial of Griffin Campbell, the demolition contractor in the deadly 2013 Market Street building collapse.
2 Male Suspects In Gay Beating Avoid Jail And Downtown; Female Suspect Going To TrialTwo Bucks County men charged in the beating of a gay couple in Center City last September have pleaded guilty in the case, in a plea arrangement with the District Attorney's office.
Jury Selection Underway In Trial Of Demolition Contractor Charged In Deadly Building CollapseSix people died and 13 were injured when an adjoining building collapsed on a Salvation Army thrift store.