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City Life

State Legislators Approve Bill Limiting Police Transparency in Pennsylvania

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 […]

City Life

As Legislative Session Nears End, Three Bills With Philly Relevance Advance

Pennsylvania legislators advanced three controversial bills yesterday involving gun rights, sanctuary cities and police transparency.

City Life

In Philly, Clinton Decries “Senseless” Killings in Dallas, Louisiana, Minnesota

Hillary Clinton stood before a crowd gathered to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the African Methodist Episcopal Church on Friday evening and addressed a week of stunning violence […]

City Life

What Philly Cops, Activists Are Thinking Before a Weekend of Protests

At this point, Philadelphia is well versed in seeing its streets fill up with demonstrators who lead passionate, hours-long marches to protest police shootings of people […]

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City Life

12 Arrested in Center City Protest of Alton Sterling Shooting

Justice rally rolling NB on 15th from JFK Blvd. pic.twitter.com/ERAHCA7XCm — Thomas J. Nestel III (@TNestel3) July 6, 2016 Activists gathered for nearly two hours in […]

City Life

Police Officer Shot in West Philly Sunday Night

Update: Some additional information has to come to light about an incident that ended with a cop getting shot on Sunday. According to law enforcement […]

City Life

Man Accused of Shooting Cop in Name of Islam Held Over on All Charges

On Tuesday morning at the Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia, a preliminary hearing was held for Edward Archer, the Muslim man accused of ambushing and […]

City Life

Tense Police Incident at Hospital Where Wounded Cop Is Being Treated

On Saturday night around 10:42 p.m., chaos broke out inside Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, the hospital where Philadelphia Police Officer Jesse Hartnett is recovering after […]

Citified

Young, Black and Dead in America

(Editor’s note: This is an opinion column from a Citified insider.) According to a report conducted by the Washington Post, police have shot dead 884 people […]