2 Gunmen Open Fire At 3 Plainclothes Philadelphia Police Officers In Cedarbrook, Authorities SayThe incident happened shortly after 8 p.m. at the intersection of Fayette and Sharpnack Streets.
'They Took My 1-Of-A-Kind': Loved Ones Remember 21-Year-Old Man Killed In Roberto Clemente Park Quintuple ShootingDozens gathered Friday to remember the young life that was stolen due to yet another senseless act of violence.
Delaware Valley Elected Officials React To Death Of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgGinsburg spent her final years on the bench as the unquestioned leader of the court's liberal wing.
Police: 21-Year-Old Man Critically Wounded After Being Shot 3 Times While Inside Car In Grays FerryIt happened just before 5:30 p.m. on the 1100 block of South 25th Street.
Jurassic Quest Adds 4th Week Of Drive-Thru Shows At Wells Fargo Center Parking LotFive more days of shows were added due to an overwhelming demand.
Fashion District Celebrating 1-Year Anniversary This WeekendThe celebration began Friday morning at the plaza at 9th and Market Streets, with open-air yoga.
Philadelphia Closing More Streets Around City Allowing Restaurants To Accommodate More Outdoor DinersPhiladelphia is expanding its outdoor dining option while the rest of the state is about to expand indoor dining capacity.
Fired, Pro-Black Lives Matter Philadelphia Police Officer Sues To Get Job BackBryan Turner, who is Black, sued the city and the Philadelphia Police Department in federal court, claiming systematic discrimination.
Philadelphia Regional Recharge & Recovery Task Force Focused On Creating Opportunities For Displaced WorkersAround 735,000 people lost their jobs in the Philadelphia region since the pandemic struck.
CDC Dropping Controversial COVD-19 Testing Advice As Cases Begin To Climb In Pennsylvania, New JerseyOnce again, young people acting irresponsibly, are getting much of the blame.
Giant, Unilever Donate $150,000 To Philabundance To Help Fight Hunger In Philadelphia RegionCompany representatives say they are trying to address some of the enormous needs brought on by the pandemic.
Judge Grants Emergency Motion Preventing Philadelphia From Moving Christopher Columbus Statue From Marconi PlazaLast month, the city’s Art Commission voted 8 to 1 in favor of removing the statue and placing it into storage.
Local Lawmakers Say Philadelphia On Track For 'As Many As 400 Murders' As Gun Violence Continues To SurgeThe Zoom meeting comes on the heels of a shooting Wednesday night in Philadelphia that left two dead and three injured.
34-Year-Old Man Dies After Crashing Into Parked Vehicle In Tacony, Police SayAccording to police, this happened around 11:30 a.m. along the 4500 block of Knorr Street.
Eagles Fans Ready To Cheer On Birds On Home Opener This Sunday Despite Tailgating BanThe Eagles home opener is still two days away but fans are already outfitted to cheer on the Birds.