Philly man pleads guilty in child porn case

Cameron Carlucci amassed more than 56,000 images and videos of mainly prepubescent boys, including infants.

Gov. Wolf creates command center to connect workers with jobs

Many Pennsylvania businesses report their biggest problem is finding skilled workers in the state.

Gov. Wolf creates command center to connect workers with jobs

Many Pennsylvania businesses report their biggest problem is finding skilled workers in the state.

Bucks County man pleads guilty in murder, dismemberment of 14-year-old Grace Packer

Jacob Sullivan, 46, and Sara Packer, 44, were charged in 2017 with killing Grace as part of what authorities have called a heinous" and “unspeakable" sexual fantasy.

Bucks County man pleads guilty in murder, dismemberment of 14-year-old Grace Packer

Jacob Sullivan, 46, and Sara Packer, 44, were charged in 2017 with killing Grace as part of what authorities have called a heinous" and “unspeakable" sexual fantasy.

Philly could be as hot as Memphis by 2080 because of climate change, study says

Even if steps are taken to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, the city will still feel like parts of Maryland because of changes already underway.

Philly could be as hot as Memphis by 2080 because of climate change, study says

Even if steps are taken to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, the city will still feel like parts of Maryland because of changes already underway.
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How Clarence Thomas used a civil case against Bill Cosby to call for a reexamination of libel laws

A U.S. Supreme Court announcement that it will not consider a defamation case involving Bill Cosby came with a twist: Justice Clarence Thomas called for a reconsideration of the nation’s libel laws.

Murphy signs bill expanding family leave in New Jersey

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has signed into law a bill expanding the state's paid family leave program.

Margate Pier could be open to public after 96 years, commissioner says

The nearly 100-year-old Margate Pier may be partially opened to the public for the first time after being extended out into the ocean.

Philly DA Larry Krasner stopped seeking bail for low-level crimes. Here’s what happened next.

Philly DA Larry Krasner said his decision to stop seeking bail for certain crimes has been a major force driving a decline in the jail population.On Tuesday, Krasner will outline the impact of the reform.

Former Philly homicide detective charged with rape and intimidation in the course of his investigations

City prosecutors allege that veteran detective Philip Nordo groomed and sexually assaulted witnesses while on the job as part of a pattern of misconduct.

Millennials fuel strongest growth in Center City housing production since 2002, report says

As millennials poured into the Center City area in 2018, they created a record demand for housing.

‘I wanted to thrive.’ How Kishon Carter found success, and college credits, after leaving high school

“It was hard, because I always said I never wanted a regular job, I wanted a career,” Carter said. “But there weren’t a lot of people in my neighborhood who had that.”

Philly judge cites prosecutorial misconduct, vacates conviction of man who spent 28 years on death row

Orlando Maisonet was convicted of two murders at separate trials prosecuted by Roger King. The first was overturned more than a decade ago, the second vacated just last week.

Betsy Ross’ imperiled family Bible is saved by local conservation center

After over a decade in storage, Betsy Ross’ 228-year-old Bible has been repaired and will be exhibited at the Betsy Ross House.

Up to 5 inches of snow possible, Philly schools closed, Wednesday evening commute looking ugly

Parts of the region could see up to 5 inches of snow, followed by sleet and rain. November deja vu?

Pennsylvania prisons’ unprecedented mail policy will be tested in federal court this week

Lawyers including Pennsylvania-based federal defenders say they have stopped sending mail for fear of confidentiality violations.

Philly’s new voting machines: A Q&A guide to the process, the controversy, and why it matters

It’s a major purchase and has drawn criticism for being rushed and opaque. Here’s what’s going on.

‘Old-school’ Mayor Kenney deleted years’ worth of text messages. That may be a violation of state law.

The mayor, a public official for decades, had for more than two years been deleting texts on his personal phone. His staff says he didn’t realize he may have destroyed public records.

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