Police say a driver is facing DUI charges after a crash that killed two people in Northeast Philadelphia early Thursday morning.
Police are searching for a driver who fled the scene after striking a teen on a bike in Northeast Philadelphia late Tuesday night.
A $2,500 reward is being offered for information leading up to the arrest of the person(s) involved in the recent tire slashings in Tacony, a neighborhood close to Mayfair which has been targeted by vandals in recent months.
At least 700 residents in Philadelphia’s Tacony neighborhood were without power Saturday night, according to a spokesperson at PECO.
Authorities say the suspect charged in the shooting death of a man over a dispute about dog waste had his license to carry a weapon revoked last month.
An apparent ongoing dispute between neighbors, one accusing the other of not picking up after his chihuahua, ended with a man being shot and killed.
A man was stabbed in Tacony early Saturday morning.
A man for whom all charges were previously dismissed in the so-called “Basement of Horrors” Tacony kidnap and fraud case is now being held for trial.
A $15,000 reward is being offered for information in the murder of a Chinese takeout owner gunned down in his northeastern Philadelphia establishment in front of his wife, who was holding their 8-month-old daughter.
The search continues for two people who gunned down a store owner right in front of his wife and baby girl.
The owner of a take-out restaurant and corner store in Tacony was shot dead in front of his wife and child on Friday night.
Two teenage siblings were killed and their mother was critically injured in a fire in the Tacony section of Philadelphia early Tuesday morning.
PECO tree trimming begins in select Philadelphia neighborhoods next week.
The Philadelphia district attorney’s office has changed its mind and now says it will recharge the defendant who was about to be freed in the local kidnap-and-fraud case.
There are new charges in the case of four mentally challenged adults who were found imprisoned in the basement of a building in Northeast Philadelphia earlier this year.