“Knockout” attacks have been reported in several states around the country and now investigators believe three people have been attacked in our area.
A Philadelphia non-profit that provides a safe place for child sex abuse victims to access law enforcement is having its annual fundraiser next week.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a Toms River, N.J. man after he was charged with Theft for failing to deliver natural gas-powered electrical generators to customers who paid for the items in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Lawyers say 19 young men have settled with Penn State over claims of abuse by former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
On Saturday morning at approximately 1:45 a.m. a male and his girlfriend were walking on 6600 Upland Street in the Elmwood section of Southwest Philadelphia when they were approached by two unknown males.
Arcadia University’s International Peace and Conflict Resolution program will commemorate the thousands of victims of gun violence who died this year, it will create a giant chalk body drawing which will run for several blocks in Center City.
Don O’Shell, the county chief of courts, said the county should deduct a percentage from the accounts to pay court-ordered costs, fines and restitution.
On Thursday, construction crews brought down the last of a Salvation Army Thrift store, where 14 people were injured and six people killed.
Authorities have released the names of four people killed in a fire at an eastern Pennsylvania apartment building over the weekend.
The fire at a three-story apartment building in Emmaus fought back for hours before firefighters were finally able to douse the flames.
The victims of Jerry Sandusky didn’t come to court looking for an apology; they know that will likely never happen. They came to make sure no child would ever again suffer at Sandusky’s hands.
Four of the young men alleged to be child sexual abuse victims of Jerry Sandusky are asking the judge in his case to prevent their real names from being made public.
The western Pennsylvania coroner who helped identify victims of United Airlines Flight 93 has expressed surprise about a Pentagon report that says partial, incinerated remains of some 9/11 victims that couldn’t be identified were sent to a landfill.