Chris analyzed Hillary Clinton’s news conference discussing her email server, New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez’s opposition to the Iranian nuclear deal, and Congressman Chaka Fattah’s first court appearance. He talked with Presidential candidate Rick Santorum at 7:20 and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine about Tim Tebow’s pre-season performance at 8:00.
Three people were killed from gun violence overnight in Philadelphia.
City officials, school staff and the Philadelphia teachers union held an anti-violence rally outside of the troubled Bartram High School Wednesday afternoon.
Amid all the controversy surrounding incidents of domestic violence in the NFL, a Montgomery County organization dedicated to ending abuse will raise money this weekend to help fund their programs.
Community leaders held a press conference this week to announce the second annual Hands Across Philadelphia march, which is scheduled for next Saturday. Scores of groups will join hands to stop violence in the city.
The School District of Philadelphia has announced none of its schools were designated “Persistently Dangerous” for this school year.
A Kurdish exchange student is studying in Philadelphia at Temple University. But his heart and mind are half a world away with his family in Iraq.
Police are searching for the suspects and motives surrounding two violent crimes in North Philadelphia’s Fairhill neighborhood.
As violence in Iraq continues to escalate, Iraqis in Philadelphia are growing more concerned about family still living in their homeland.
The show of support Friday was spurred by a man who was killed earlier this year on the streets of Camden.
Mothers in Charge held its annual conference earlier this week. One of the exhibits included portraits of innocent children killed by violence.
Drugs, violence, murder are common coverage topics for the media in Chester. Worse, they can be common sights for kids in neighborhoods worn and left to rot.
Residents frustrated with violence in the city are voicing their concerns about an investigation into the police department.
Police in Vineland, Cumberland County are investigating a spate of violence that left two people dead and two injured.
Philadelphia School District officials, parents and local leaders sat down to discuss what they can do to get the school on the right track.