Speaker Kenneth Jacobson, of the Anti-Defamation League, says anti-Semitic incidents up 30 percent in U.S. last year.
Three years after undercover police shot an innocent cheeseburger deliveryman, the officers are back on the street, and questions remain
A student drinking at a fraternity party at Lehigh University in April fell down a set of stairs and wound up in intensive care.
And that wasn’t...
The October death of David Hess, 17, was yet another violent chapter in a hidden history of abuse at Wordsworth.
A close friend said Michelle Kolk, 40, remains in critical condition with a broken pelvis, hips, and ribs after being hit by a police cruiser in a Philadelphia park.
The Trump administration wants Philadelphia to prove that it is cooperating with immigration officials.
If it cannot, the Department of Justice could...
His great-great-great-grandfather introduced soda pop to the young nation.
In Northeast Philly, prejudice along with donated food is in full supply at a food pantry where neighborhood whites worry that immigrants may be eating too much.
Joseph Marks never expected that his Kensington pet shop, J&M Tropical Fish, would end up as an icon of Philadelphia film history.
Philadelphia and other jurisdictions received letters on Friday demanding that the cities show they are not impeding communication with immigration officials.
YEADON, Pa. (AP) - Police are trying to determine who shipped 10 pounds of marijuana from California to a pastor in the Philadelphia suburbs.
It's a silent Saturday night at the Franklin-Mercantile Chess Club. Blame the internet and the lack of burgers.
Sightseers found construction workers dismantling a three-story building that housed the pet shop where Adrian worked in the film.
At the only formal SRC hearing on its $2.9 billion budget, officials said the district will spend a city windfall on additional teachers and other items. The superintendent said a teachers' contract was a priority, too.
Wanted: A new district attorney with a real plan.