The NAACP was called in to meet with school officials Wednesday night
Federal prosecutors said two gangs - the Grounds and the Pit - operated from two ends of the West Mill Creek Playground. Hostilities came to a head in 2013 with the shooting death of one gang member and the wounding of another as well as a bystander.
A man was fatally struck by a SEPTA train Thursday afternoon two miles north of the Fern Rock Transportation Center, resulting in the suspension of several regional rail lines and causing delays throughout the system.
If you hadn't heard, Philadelphia really, really wants to land Amazon's second headquarters, and it's leaning on local celebrities to seal the deal.
There are so many questions surrounding Amazon's desire for a second headquarters. Here are a few answers.
A judge has ordered a stay in the case until the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Gill v. Whitford. With 2018 elections around the corner, the League of Women Voters is asking the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to step in.
As the New Jersey governor's race enters the homestretch, both candidates are hoping to spark enthusiasm among their parties' most loyal voters. Phil Murphy is stumping with popular Democrats like former Vice President Joe Biden, and Republican Kim Guadagno is gambling that her hardline message on immigration...
Some have called it Philadelphia's last death penalty case.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - A man whose request to rent space at Penn State for an appearance by white nationalist Richard Spencer was turned down sued university officials on Thursday, claiming his free speech rights were violated.
Seven out of the ten organizations received a score of D, or unsatisfactory, on a letter graded A-F scale.
He also said "it stuns me" that Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson listened in on a call, which was heard on speakerphone, between Trump and the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson.
A Boston lawyer poised to become a crucial Republican vote on the federal commission that acts as a safety watchdog for consumers is married to an attorney who has defended Ikea against claims its dressers are dangerous and responsible for children's deaths.
In towns large and small, health officials have had to go begging for more money to cover the explosive growth of autopsies, toxicology tests, and overtime hours.
Germantown is one of 25 communities across the nation nominated for the competition, the sole entry from the area. Winners receive up to $150,000 in grants to restore and preserve parts of their main business corridor.