Meanwhile, a separate suit was simultaneously filed by residents and protesters in West Philly surrounding police activity at a protest there.
Plus: Rachel Levine has some potentially bad news for all of us.
They claim their First Amendment rights to free speech were violated when the police department punished them over their social media activity, some of which was deemed violent and racist.
Plus: Mike Pence manages to avoid a potentially germy fist bump with John McNesby. And Philly wants to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
The convenience store chain is begging customers to pay with cards — or exact change — thanks to the country’s coin shortage.
Plus: A woman in a wheelchair was shot with roman candles. Yes, you read that right.
The stockbroker turned convicted stalker turned Philly-based journalist was interviewed by Piers Morgan on Monday. It didn’t go so well.
Plus: Old City gone wild. Again.
Plus: Spraygrounds and the Philadelphia Zoo reopen, and the Phillies are back at the ballpark.
If you thought that particular fight was over, think again.
From Stephen Starr to Jennifer Weiner to the brothers responsible for ruining suburban landscapes with all those fugly McMansions.
Exercising inside a Philly gym is also off the table.
Her attorney calls the situation “absurd.”
“Police and other officials need to be held accountable for these military-style assaults,” says Center City lawyer Paul Hetznecker.