Injuries Reported After Flames Break Out At Bucks County Apartment ComplexFlames broke out at the Croftwood Apartments on East Street Road in Feasterville, around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Man Critically Injured After Shot Multiple Times While Sitting On Porch In Frankford, Police SayIt happened just after midnight Tuesday on the 1800 block of Fillmore Street.
Search Underway For Suspect Who Crashed Near 30th Street Station During Police PursuitAfter crashing, the driver jumped out of his car and was last seen running towards the Schuylkill River Trail.
'I Don't Feel Great About It': University City Residents On High Alert With Alarming Amount Of Robberies As New School Year ApproachesThis robbery spree comes as students in University City get set to return to campus.
35-Year-Old Motorcyclist Killed, 4 Children Injured In Port Richmond Crash, Police SayThe 35-year-old man driving the motorcycle was transported to Temple University Hospital and pronounced dead at 8:20 p.m.
New Jersey, Delaware Rank Among Most Unfriendly States In America, Survey FindsBig 7 Travel company released a survey of the friendliest states in the U.S., and Delaware and New Jersey ranked in the bottom five.
Bucks County Swim Club Remains Closed After Lightning Strike Causes Tree To Collapse On Tent, Injuring 9The tree collapsed on a tent and nine people, including children, were injured.
'People Should Appreciate Them': 8-Year-Old Makes Bracelets To Thank Philadelphia Police Officers For Risking LivesSince last summer, Kaylee has been giving away handmade black-and-blue bracelets to thank police officers for risking their lives.
'Prayed We Wouldn't Get Shot': Mother Of 3 Recalls Nearly Being Caught In Crossfire Of Police Shootout In Nicetown-TiogaWhile no lives were lost, it's hard to put a number on how many have been forever changed.
Man Urinates On Several Pieces Of Merchandise At Pennsylvania Starbucks, Police SayThe incident happened on Saturday, around 9:45 p.m., at the Starbucks inside the Target store at 1589 Fruitville Pike.
Judge To Decide If Philadelphia Can Become First US City To Open Medically-Supervised Injection SiteU.S. Attorney William McSwain opposes the plan.