Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner Skeptical Of Opioid Epidemic Settlement With DrugmakersCompanies that make opioid painkillers will pay $26 billion to states and local governments.
What's Next? Legal Expert Explains Bill Cosby's Overturned Conviction, Future For AccusersLegal expert Damian Jackson, a criminal defense attorney and partner with Reilly McDevitt & Henrich law firm joined Eyewitness News to break down the ruling.
City Council Passes New, Simplified Curfew For Philadelphia MinorsUnder the new bill, the curfew time for those 16 and over is midnight year-round; For minors 14-16, it's 10:00 p.m.; and for kids under 13, 9:30 p.m.
17-Year-Old Raqib Robbins Fatally Shot In Head While Waiting For SEPTA Bus In West Philadelphia, Police SayThe city has so far seen more than 1,000 shooting victims this year -- and at least two people were killed, including a 17-year-old boy in Southwest Philadelphia, on Tuesday. 
Philadelphia City Council, Mayor Committing $155 Million In Budget To Gun Violence ProblemCity Council is throwing more money at Philadelphia's gun violence problem.
George Floyd Mural In Philadelphia Vandalized With White Nationalist GraffitiWhite paint and the logos and insignia of a white supremacist group covered most of the mural, which was painted on a newsstand.
Pennsylvania Primary: Philadelphia's District Attorney Race Highlights Election DayThe race for the Democratic nominee for district attorney is expected to be the most hotly contested in Philadelphia between former prosecutor Carlos Vega and incumbent Larry Krasner.
Pennsylvania Legislators Introduce Break The Cycle Of Violence Act To Get More Funding To Fight Philadelphia CrimeLawmakers say they are hoping to pull funds from President Joe Biden's American Rescue Plan.
Gasoline Shortage Appears To Be Creeping Into Philadelphia Region As Colonial Pipeline Resumes OperationsThe Colonial Pipeline restarted operations at 5 p.m. Wednesday, but it'll take several days for things to get totally back to normal.
Vacant Lot Philadelphia Residents Cleaned Up, Turned Into Dog Park Must Be Vacated, Officials SayThe Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority has ordered them to vacate the spot by today or be prosecuted for trespassing.
Philadelphia Officials Expected To Provide Update On Reopening Timeline Tuesday, Sources SayLast week, several City Council members pressed the city’s health commissioner for a reopening date.
Germantown Church Hosts Pop-Up COVID-19 Vaccination Site Unlike Any OtherThe neighborhood came together amid rising infection rates to ensure some hesitant seniors received critically needed shots in their arms.
Advocates Call On Mayor Kenney To Invest $100 Million Toward Tackling Philadelphia Gun ViolenceAdvocates believe $100 million could dramatically curb shootings in the city if the money goes towards violence intervention programs, youth groups, and more.
'No Vaccine For Gun Violence' As Shootings Continue To Take Lives At Near-Record Pace In PhiladelphiaLast year, nearly 500 people were killed and more than 2,200 were shot in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia City Council Meeting About Gun Violence Interrupted When Advocate's Brother Is Shot"I didn't want to sign off without kinda like letting the people that's on here know how real gun violence is. My brother just got shot," John Solomon said.