Tuesday's DN: Philly's murder rate spikes by 23 percent

In a Daily News special report, staff writers Morgan Zalot and Phil Lucas take a look at the impact of a 23 percent spike in the city's murder rate.  You can read their package of stories here.

A Philadelphia homicide detective accused of inflating his salary with bogus overtime claims gets the boot from Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey but will hang onto his city pension.

The It's Our Money team finds another Boat House Row restaurant where the city has been paying for utilities.

And Stu Bykofsky rides a bike on the sidewalk, breaking no laws.