FOP Hosts Families Of Fallen Officers For Annual Easter BrunchThe families of fallen police officers in our area were invited together on Thursday for an annual FOP Survivors Easter Brunch.
Vietnam War Veterans Honored At FOP LodgeAcross the country, those who served during the Vietnam War were recognized for their service, decades after coming home to a divisive nation.
Philadelphia Cherry Blossoms Bloom In Spite Of SnowIt doesn't look like it out there, but it is spring, and cherry blossoms have already started to bloom around Philadelphia.
Family Of Fallen Officer Concerned With Murder Case Under New DAIt's been three years since Philadelphia police officer Robert Wilson III was killed in the line of duty.
A Final Farewell To Former Philly Police Officer, Well-Known JournalistTom Gibbons, a former Philadelphia police officer and long-time reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer, died last week after a short battle with brain cancer.
Suspect Sought In Shooting That Killed Penn State Student, Injured 2 OthersIt was just before 4:30 p.m. on Sunday when Philadelphia Police say an argument erupted inside the Galaxy West Lounge at 52nd and Market Streets.
DA Krasner Announces New Sentencing Policy For ProsecutorsPhiladelphia's District Attorney has announced a new policy which directs prosecutors to ask for lighter sentences, and to add up how much that time behind bars will cost taxpayers.
Police Searching For Man Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Missing Teen GirlThere's warrant for the arrest of 42-year-old Pedro Velazquez, who investigators say met a teen girl online and began a sexual relationship with her.
Inmate Behind Bars For Sucker-Punching Man With Cerebral Palsy Files Suit Over Alleged Prison Guard AttackBarry Baker says a Chester County prison guard slammed his head into a wall, and kicked him to the ground as two other corrections officers watched.
Campuses Abuzz As Villanova Wildcats, Penn Quakers Head To NCAA TournamentRanked top seed in the East, Wildcat basketball is just about all anyone can talk about on campus.
International Women's Day Kicks Off Philadelphia Women In Public Safety ConferenceThe two-day event focuses on how women can succeed and progress in their public service field.
Philadelphia Police Have Warning For Drivers As Car Thefts Are On The RiseThe department says they've seen a spike in thefts, and Kinebrew explains a majority of the swiped cars end up undamaged, and dumped somewhere else.