Several Philadelphia Districts Seeing Double-Digit Decreases In Homicides This Year, Police SayThe commissioner also says the department is doing a good job of confiscating illegal guns.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney Takes Part In Flag-Raising Event Ahead Of Indigenous Peoples' DayIndigenous Peoples' Day on Monday, October 11.
'They’re Driving Like Idiots': Philadelphia Police Continue Search For Driver In Deadly Roosevelt Boulevard Hit-And-RunTuesday night's hit-and-run victim is the seventh bicyclist to be killed in Philly so far this year, which is more than any year since at least 2016.
'I'm Angry, I'm Frustrated': City Leaders React As Philadelphia Surpasses 400 Homicides In 2021The gun violence epidemic is overwhelming in our city and many are searching desperately for solutions.
War Of Words Between Philadelphia Mayor Kenney, City Councilmember After Deadly Drive-By Shooting In Olney"This should not be happening. Where is our mayor? We need help, we need leadership, we need it here in this community and we need it now," Bass said.
Philadelphia Aims To Increase Oversight, Police Get Raises In New FOP ContractThe new contract between Philadelphia and the Fraternal Order of Police is set to last three years.
9/11 20th Anniversary: Pennsylvania Political Leaders Reflect On Terrorist AttacksSenator Bob Casey, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney and Gov. Tom Wolf reflect on the 9/11 terrorist attacks 20 years later.
More Than 2,300 Afghan Evacuees Arrive In Philadelphia For Processing, 7 Additional Flights Of Evacuees Expected TuesdayMore than 2,300 evacuees from Afghanistan have arrived in Philadelphia for processing so far.
Philadelphia Police Announce Arrest Of Teen In Shooting Of 7 People Outside Golf & Social Club, Highlight Encouraging TrendA 16-year-old boy now faces seven counts of attempted murder for a March 26 shooting outside of the Golf & Social Club on Delaware Avenue in Fishtown. Police are still looking for a second shooter.
Trauma Support, Other Resources Being Sent To Communities Impacted By Weekend Violence, Mayor Jim Kenney SaysPhiladelphia Mayor Jim Kenney says the city is sending trauma support and other resources to the communities impacted by this weekend's violence.
'We Don't Trust Them': Africa Family Responds After Mayor Kenney's Office Says MOVE Bombing Victims' Remains FoundThe Africa family told Eyewitness News on Saturday they still can't trust the city.
MOVE Bombing Victims' Remains Thought To Have Been Cremated, Disposed Found At Medical Examiner's Office, Mayor Kenney SaysThe new discovery comes a day after city Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley resigned after ordering the remains to be cremated in 2017.
6-Year-Old Boy Fighting For Life As Search Continues For Gunman In Deadly Southwest Philadelphia Triple ShootingNearly 550 people have been shot in Philly so far this year, according to police. At the same time, the city has also recorded 145 homicides.
Italian-American Organizations File Lawsuit Against Philadelphia, Mayor Kenney Over Removal Of Christopher Columbus, Frank Rizzo Statues And Columbus DayA lawsuit has been filed against the City of Philadelphia and Mayor Jim Kenney on behalf of several local and national Italian-American organizations.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney Hoping For Full Capacity At Citizens Bank Park 'Before The End Of The Summer'Sports Director Don Bell went one-on-one with the man in charge of it all -- Mayor Jim Kenney.