10 wounded as gunmen open fire outside New Jersey bar

Authorities say at least two gunmen fired into a crowd outside a bar in New Jersey's capital city, wounding 10 people, two critically, but the motive for the shooting remains unknown.

10 wounded as gunmen open fire outside New Jersey bar

Authorities say at least two gunmen fired into a crowd outside a bar in New Jersey's capital city, wounding 10 people, two critically, but the motive for the shooting remains unknown.

Police say 10 wounded following shooting at Trenton bar

New Jersey police say 10 people have been wounded following a shooting at a Trenton bar

Police say 10 wounded following shooting at Trenton bar

New Jersey police say 10 people have been wounded following a shooting at a Trenton bar

Philly men behind violent Bucks County home invasion sentenced to decades in prison

Sadeen Jones and Brandon Davis were convicted of attacking a family two summers ago.

Philly men behind violent Bucks County home invasion sentenced to decades in prison

Sadeen Jones and Brandon Davis were convicted of attacking a family two summers ago.
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Philadelphia schoolteacher sold cocaine to undercover officer, police say

A Philadelphia school teacher has been charged with selling cocaine to an undercover officer four times, once near an elementary school in Delaware County.

Philly lawyer who stole $100,000 from elderly client to gamble gets 4 years in prison

What’s so unusual about Conner isn’t just that he stole from an elderly client, but that the Temple Law graduate worked as a high-profile attorney with Cozen and O’Conner, and for many years as a federal agent with the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms.

Devon man pleads not guilty to killing ex-wife in Main Line Wawa

Brian Kennedy, 34, of Devon, pleaded not guilty Thursday to gunning down his 37-year-old ex-wife, Stephanie Miller, in a Radnor Wawa on March 28.

DA Larry Krasner gives up fight in more death-row appeals, stirring concern from courts, families

As a candidate, Krasner pledged to never seek the death penalty. Since he won election, the prosecutors’ office has signaled a willingness to stop fighting sentence appeals for more than a third of the 45 Philadelphia killers on Pa.’s death row, an Inquirer review shows.

Under Krasner, these inmates have received or may get the DA’s nod to be removed from death row

In most of these cases, the inmates are awaiting court decisions or still have pending appeals. Three others already have been moved from death row, one of whom was released after agreeing to a new plea deal.

Philly judge stuns wrongly convicted juvenile lifer by setting him free after 21 years in prison

Wednesday morning, Terrance Lewis, 40, was released — a free man for the first time since he was 17 years old.

Accused Bucks County cold-case murderer waives hearing

William Korzon is accused of killing his wife, Gloria, in 1981.

U.S. marshal shoots man armed with machete in Northeast Philly

The marshals were watching the man when he got out of his car with a machete and ran off after being tasered.

Philly DA Larry Krasner’s office says Meek Mill’s judge is biased, should not oversee case

The assertions, made in a brief that Krasner’s office filed Wednesday, mark the first time that the city’s top prosecutor — who has already said Mill deserves a new trial — has publicly criticized Common Pleas Court Judge Genece E. Brinkley for her handling of Mill’s case.

New Pa. bills seek to help former inmates get job licenses

Some people trained for careers as barbers or beauticians when they were behind bars but have struggled to get licenses that would allow them to actually work.

Camden officials offer $3,000 reward for information about fatal assault of Gloucester City man

There's a $3,000 reward for anyone who can identify the person who fatally beat a Gloucester City man.

Burlco parents indicted for murder in 2018 suffocation death of infant son

The parents who put their newborn son under a comforter while they went out to smoke now face a murder indictment.

Former roommate charged in ex-Eagle Mychal Kendricks’ $1.2M insider trading scheme

Kendricks allegedly used Christian Ramsey to mask his own involvement in illegal trading. In exchange, he allowed Ramsey to live with him in Northern Liberties rent-free and bankrolled several of his business ventures including a vegan sandwich shop he ran out of Kendricks' apartment.

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