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Their loved ones were slain in Philadelphia, and the killers have not been arrested. Now they are organizing to demand justice.

Stanley Crawford, 67, whose son's 2018 murder remains unsolved, has helped to launch a new grassroots group to put cold-case murders back on the front burner, the Family of Unsolved Murders Project.

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Senate passes historic $2 trillion coronavirus rescue bill; Philadelphia, Delco report first coronavirus deaths; Wawa employee tests positive

In Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the death toll of the coronavirus continues to rise. Pennsylvania lawmakers voted to move the primary election to June, and are looking into the "soft reopening" of liquor stores.

Philly police identify hit-and-run victim as they search for the driver

Derrick Drayton, 63, of the 2700 block of North Hemberger Street in North Philadelphia, was killed Wednesday at 11:09 p.m. when he was struck by a Kia Optima in the 2300 block of West Hunting Park Avenue in Nicetown, police said.

Coronavirus, city shutdown not slowing violent crime in Philadelphia

The city's murder count is up 26% this year. Crime is not slacking off even with the city shut down.

Zoos are bringing their animals online during coronavirus closures

Zoos are turning to the web and social media to stay connected to the public amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Dogs of divorce: Who gets the fur baby when a marriage goes bust?

“It’s a tricky issue because the law has not caught up with" the growing regard of pets as being akin to family members, says one family law attorney. “It’s almost barbaric to think of pets as nothing more than property."

West Philly man, 29, is charged with shooting couple in Powelton

Darrel Hentz, 29, is accused of opening fire early Sunday on Henry Peterson, 26, of Overbrook, and a 22-year-old woman. Peterson was killed.

Cop was one of 7 people killed in 3 days of violence in Philadelphia

No arrests had been made in six of the slayings.

'Incredible loss': Fatally shot Philly SWAT officer is mourned and praised

Cpl. James O’Connor IV was the first officer killed in the line of duty in Philadelphia in five years.

Ghost guns proliferate as Philadelphia grapples with gun violence

Since 2018, Philly cops have recovered 118 ghost guns from crime scenes. Critics say the guns pose a danger to the public because they are sold in kits and assembled at home, lacking serial numbers, and cannot be traced to manufacturers.