Last week, we told you about three controversial bills being fast-tracked through the Pennsylvania legislature. One of them, a bill that would limit police transparency, is […]
An investigation into a series of “scary clown threats” made against Philly schools has led the Philadelphia Police Department to a 13-year-old girl who said she […]
Halloween might be right around the corner, but Philly’s schools and police aren’t clowning around. The PPD and the School District of Philadelphia released a joint statement […]
Two boys are in critical condition after one of their fathers reportedly went on a stabbing rampage in West Philadelphia that ended when police shot […]
Former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey is calling for a national standard for how police footage should be released in the aftermath of controversial shootings.
Less than one month ago Anthony Wright walked out of prison, where he had spent the previous 25 years for the 1991 rape and murder […]
Philadelphia Police Sgt. Sylvia Young was released yesterday from Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, four days after she was shot multiple times during a mass shootout in West […]
Philadelphia police are searching for a suspect who is believed to have delivered flowers and a threatening message to a 42-year-old woman in August.
There’s a photograph circulating of an on-duty Philly cop with what appears to be a Nazi tattoo, and it’s causing all kinds of controversy. The […]
The tug of war over Jonathan Josey‘s career is still going strong. The city’s Law Department filed a motion in Common Pleas Court last Friday to overturn an arbitrator’s […]
Philadelphia police said they found a body floating in the Schuylkill River this morning.
Philadelphia police are seeking a serial sexual predator who they say assaulted four women while he biked past them in Center City and South Philadelphia […]
Former Philadelphia police commissioner John Timoney, 68, died of lung cancer yesterday. Timoney served as Philly’s police commissioner between 1998 and 2001, under Mayor Ed Rendell.