A “Black the Blue” police rally drew a substantial turnout on Thursday night in Northeast Philly. John McNesby, president of Philly’s Fraternal Order of Police union, […]
Philly police have arrested a homeless man who allegedly stabbed a cashier in a Center City 7-Eleven earlier this week.
A Pa. Senate bill introduced earlier this month would force some protesters to foot the bill for costs connected to rallies. Under state Senate bill 754, protesters who […]
Officials are offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a suspect accused of dousing police and fire vehicles in gasoline last […]
The Philadelphia Police and Fire departments are investigating after several of their vehicles were found covered in gasoline in a shared garage in West Philly.
A recently retired Philadelphia police officer has been accused in a lawsuit of sexually assaulting a woman suffering from mental illness. The officer, Thomas J. O’Neill, […]
Philadelphia police shot a man who allegedly opened fire on them on Monday night in North Philly. Officers say they were responding to a report of […]
In a clear message to President Donald Trump, Philly Police Commissioner Richard Ross denounced the “mistreatment of prisoners” in a tweet shortly after Trump told law enforcement officials […]
When it was clear that Jeff Session would indeed assume the top leadership role at the U.S. Department of Justice, activists and city officials around […]
For anyone who professes to care about the issues black people face regarding policing, an important event in the relationship between the public and police […]
A 65-year-old woman is in custody after allegedly stealing a taxicab and picking up customers early Thursday morning in Philly.