State Sen. Jake Corman Joins FOP In Calling For Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner's ImpeachmentA spokesperson for the district attorney called the news conference political theater.
WATCH LIVE: DA Larry Krasner To Discuss Tajan Durham, Suspect Who Fired At Philadelphia Police OfficersThe briefing will take place at 11 a.m. and will be streamed on CBS News Philadelphia.
WATCH LIVE: District Attorney Larry Krasner To Announce Charges In Extensive Deed Fraud Scheme, Provide Gun Crimes UpdateThe briefing will take place at 11 a.m. and be streamed on CBSN Philly.
Larry Krasner Sworn In For Second Term As Philadelphia District AttorneyPhiladelphia ended 2021 with 562 homicides, the highest yearly total ever.
Philadelphia Leaders Threaten Prosecution For Those Who Fire 'Celebratory Gunshots' On New Year's EveThe briefing will take place at 10 a.m. and will be streamed on CBSN Philly.
Sources: Philadelphia Police Department Close To Announcing New Non-Fatal Shooting Unit Amid Gun Violence EpidemicSources confirm to CBS3 40 detectives will staff the unit, working collaboratively with detectives in the department's homicide division.
Philadelphia Approaching 550 Homicides With 2 Weeks Left In 2021There have been 540 homicides in Philadelphia so far this year.
WATCH LIVE: District Attorney Larry Krasner To Provide Prosecutorial Update On Recent Gunpoint Robbery Cases, Give Weekly Gun Crimes UpdateThe briefing will take place at 11 a.m. and will be streamed on CBSN Philly.
District Attorney Larry Krasner Apologizes For Comments Surrounding Philadelphia's Crime CrisisAfter backlash last week for comments about a lack of a crime crisis, Philadelphia's district attorney apologized on Monday.
District Attorney Larry Krasner Walks Back 'Inarticulate' Comment Philadelphia Doesn't 'Have A Crisis Of Violence'Krasner, in a statement Thursday said, acknowledged "some inarticulate things I said earlier this week have offended people."
Former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter Sounds Off On District Attorney Larry Krasner In Inquirer Op-EdIt all started Monday when Krasner was asked whether people should be worried about coming into the city because of gun violence.