Detective Philip Nordo was suspended with intent to dismiss as local and federal authorities investigate whether he committed any crimes while developing relationships with witnesses or informants.
At long last, David Creato acknowledged that he caused his son's death.
Phone obsessed pedestrians are a growing risk, too
New DNA-extraction techniques have given investigators new hope in finding Tammy Zywicki's killer.
The racially mixed jury, divided equally between men and women, will return Sept. 6 for opening statements. The trial is expected to last about two months.
On Wednesday, the Barnes Foundation announced that it will be partnering with Indego, Philadelphia's bike-share program, to wrap famous paintings on Indego's bikes. The bikes will be launched on Sept. 14.
Susanna DeForest fell ill late last week. Authorities there had not released the cause of death but DeForest's mother said it was acute altitude sickness.
The former governor advocates moving it elsewhere. He had supported the site when he was mayor.
Comcast throws the CSN name into the trash bin of sports history as it renames its regional sports networks.
The original contract between the city and the committee that paid for the monument spells it out.
Jeff Bartos, a Pennsylvania Republican running for U.S. Senate, signaled that he intends to fight the presumed party favorite expected to join the contest, launching a statewide TV ad taking a swipe at Rep. Lou Barletta, a Trump ally.
Dr. Maggio was a crusader in the prevention of child abuse. She co-founded the Child Abuse Prevention Effort and served as its board chairperson in the 1970s.
Complete coverage of the man who served as police commissioner and mayor in the 1960s and 70s, a time some Philadelphians associate with nostalgia, and others with turbulence.
Anthony Middleton, 39, allegedly raised a gun in the direction of a police sergeant, who then shot and wounded him, police said.