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Here’s the Philly Starbucks 911 Call That Led to Two Arrests

Five days ago, the Philadelphia Police Department controversially arrested two Black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks location. This led to a viral video of the […]

City Life

Eagles Drop Daryl Worley Following Charges of DUI, Resisting Arrest

Eagles cornerback Daryl Worley’s homecoming ended before the Penn Charter graduate ever had the chance to strap on a winged helmet after the 23-year-old was […]

City Life

If You’re Not Enraged Enough to Act, the Starbucks Arrest Video Is Just Black Trauma Porn

To be Black in America is to be, as renowned scholar and civil rights activist W.E.B. Du Bois once put it, a problem. Black people have forever […]

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Fired SEPTA Cops Charged With Beating Man on El Platform

A pair of former SEPTA cops surrendered to Philadelphia police on Thursday and now face charges in the late-night beating of a 28-year-old man on […]

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Police Release Video of Arson Suspect in Yards Brewery Fire

In an attempt to help identify the culprit, Philadelphia police have released video of a March 17th fire that damaged the new Yards Brewing Co. location […]

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Cop Arrests 12-Year-Old Northeast Boy Seen Carrying an AR-15

This is a developing story and may be updated at any time. As if we needed another alarming reminder of how easy it can be […]

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Uber Passenger Struck in Drive-By Shooting in Southwest Philly

Philadelphia police are investigating after a 22-year-old Uber passenger was struck by a bullet in a drive-by shooting on Sunday night in Southwest Philadelphia. CBS3 reports […]

Be Well Philly

How a Philadelphia Police Officer Stays Fit for Her Demanding Job

Welcome to Sweat Diaries, Be Well Philly’s look at the time, energy, and money it takes to pursue a healthy lifestyle in Philly. For each Sweat Diary, […]

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WATCH: Truck Hits Philly Overpass, Drags Damaged Roof for 3 Miles

File under Bizarre Philly Happenings. Police say a tractor trailer dragged its mangled metal roof around the city for more than three miles after hitting an overpass on […]

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Philly FOP President Blasts DA Krasner in Letter to Police Cadets

It’s no secret that John McNesby isn’t the biggest fan of District Attorney Larry Krasner. The brash leader of Philadelphia’s Fraternal Order of Police union […]

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DA Krasner Charges Officer in Controversial Kensington Arrest Video

District Attorney Larry Krasner’s office has charged the Philadelphia police officer seen in a contentious arrest video that circulated online this past summer. James Yeager, who […]

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PPD Announces First Gun Buyback Event of 2018

In the wake of an increased call for firearm safety and further regulation, the Philadelphia Police Department has announced that their first gun buyback event […]

City Life

Metal Detectors Prevent Student From Bringing Gun to Northeast School

Metal detectors placed at the entryways of Samuel Fels High School in Northeast Philadelphia prevented a young teen from bringing a .40-caliber handgun to class […]

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City Life

Exploding Manhole Closes Part of Market Street in Old City

A manhole explosion closed a section of Market Street in Old City on Thursday morning. Police and pedestrians were called to 3rd and Market streets […]

City Life

Police: Teen Tried to Smuggle Gun Into North Philly School

Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a teenage boy who attempted to bring a gun into a North Philadelphia charter school one day […]