24-Year-Old Jabril Ali Wanted After Allegedly Shooting Tow Truck Driver After Vehicle Was Repossessed In ChesterAuthorities charged Jabril Ali with attempted murder, robbery, weapons violations, and drug sales in connection to a shooting in Chester earlier this month.
Philadelphia's First Topgolf Location Opens Friday In Somerton Near Roosevelt BoulevardThe city's first Topgolf location is located right off Roosevelt Boulevard in Northeast Philadelphia. It features three floors, multiple bars, and more than 100 hitting bays, where golfers of any age and ability can let loose.
Jeffrey Weikel Arrested After Allegedly Firing AK-47, Shotgun At Bensalem Police During Barricade SituationA home across the street was struck by gunfire, but thankfully no one was injured.
Where To Find Cooling Centers In Philadelphia This WeekendHere's a list of libraries in Philadelphia serving as cooling centers this weekend due to the heat.
2 Young Men Hospitalized After Being Shot In North Philadelphia: PoliceThe incident happened on the 2200 block of Toronto Street around 1:30 a.m.
Philadelphia School District Students, Staff To Resume Masking As COVID Cases Continue To Rise In CityThe health department recommended the school district resume universal mask-wearing due to the rise of COVID-19 cases in the Philadelphia region. 
West Philly Double Shooting Leaves 30-Year-Old Man Dead, Teen Hospitalized: PoliceIt happened shortly before 7:30 p.m. in the 1400 block of North 55th Street.
Camden Receives $3.5 Million From EPA To Revitalize Elijah Perry ParkAccording to the EPA, the money will pay for testing and remediation of potential environmental contamination underneath the park's soil.
COVID-19 Cases Soaring Across Philadelphia Region, Up 168% NationwideIt's been more than two years since the COVID-19 pandemic began and infections are spiking again across the United States.
Lower Merion School District Walks Back Mask Mandate After Less Than 24 HoursWith end-of-school-year events coming up, like graduations, many parents in Lower Merion agree their children should mask up in classrooms.
In Wake Of Recent Traffic Fatalities, Philadelphia Implementing New Safety Measures In Accident HotspotsThe city launched the $1 million slow zone program three years ago, but design and construction in Fairhill only recently wrapped up.