Interviews with city police, federal officials, and neighborhood activists reveal that Kensington's heroin markets, on the street level, are a largely decentralized economy - a series of corners run by...
LAS VEGAS (AP) - A New Jersey man with a degree in accounting is this year's World Series of Poker champion.
In a bid to end a class-action lawsuit, Philadelphia officials are seeking a federal judge's approval of a voluntary permanent ban.
Dr. Taffet's dogs are once again being accused of terrorizing neighbors and their pets.
The body of a woman was found Saturday morning in the heart of Ocean City. Hours later, investigators said they had charged her boyfriend with murder.
Organizers estimated 1,500 people marched in Washington to support public schools, along with those in a dozen other cities.
Kelley Hodge spent some time last fall talking to her family about a possible run for district attorney in the May Democratic primary election.
The Algerian-born terror suspect made his initial appearance in federal court in Philadelphia.
Police say the Atco woman had narcotics in her system and killed a 55-year-old pedestrian.
This year has brought "near perfect" weather for growing peaches in New Jersey, and farmers are expecting a bumper crop of the fruit. The weather has not been so kind to Georgia peach farmers.
Investigators released the crime scene on the Solebury property where Cosmo DiNardo allegedly killed four men this month.
The office said it was never consulted in a formal way on whether to file charges in a fight that resulted in serious brain injury to a Drexel student.
Mike "Big Mike" Stasiunas, from 21st and Mifflin, has owned the Forksville General Store in Sullivan County, Pa. since 1999. He also hosts a raucous dinner show every Saturday night, where he cracks jokes and plays music with his local musicians, including his daughter, Michele
Philadelphia is one of the cities the attorney general singled out for limiting cooperation with federal immigration officials.
Mayor Kenney announced Friday that after a five-month-long national search, David T. Jones will be the department's new leader.