James Elijah Dickson, 45, is charged with the shotgun slayings of 3 people on April 17, 2016, during a get-together in his Kensington rowhouse.
A man was critically injured in the shooting, but city and PHA police can't confirm if it was the PHA officer who had shot the man.
Pennsylvania State University’s board of trustees appears poised to announce another set of major changes for its fraternities and sororities in...
Shaurn Thomas, 43, was exonerated Tuesday morning after the District Attorney’s Office agreed with his lawyers that the evidence against him did not support his 1993 conviction for a 1990 murder..
On the day Philadelphia’s new wage equity law, the first of its kind passed by a U.S. city, was intended to take effect, women’s rights advocates...
The solidarity event outside Philadelphia City Hall will include a moment of silence to mark 24 hours since the explosion in Manchester, England, that left 22 dead.
Three additional jurors were selected Tuesday in Pittsburgh in the sexual-assault trial of entertainer Bill Cosby. The total number to seated panelists is now eight.
Jennifer Lin talked to host Marty Moss-Coane about the book, a result of stories written for the Inquirer in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Just in time for the summer tourist rush, Christ Church will unveil Ben Franklin's restored grave marker.
Both the father and son are in stable condition now. Police are seeking the public's help finding the gunmen.
The teenager was in critical condition after she was hit near the Broad Street Line's Ellsworth-Federal Station on Tuesday morning.
The victim was shot once in the chest about 8:35 p.m. outdoors in the 1800 block of Harrison Street. Responding officers took the man to Temple University Hospital, where he was placed in critical condition.
Shaurn Thomas spent 24 years trying to convince the world that he was somewhere else when Domingo Martinez was murdered in Philly in 1990.
This is one of those David vs. Goliath stories -- everybody loves those, right? -- but in this case, David is a tiny Philly homeless advocacy group you've probably never heard of, and Goliath is New York City, because come on, of course it is.
What the Camden County borough lacks in landmarks is made up for in volunteerism and community spirit.