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Just 30 patients remain at Hahnemann University Hospital, residents tell judge

Twenty of the hospital's resident physicians -- and twice as many lawyers -- pleaded their case in court Friday.

Four Philadelphia health institutions seek to save St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children

Einstein Healthcare Network, Jefferson Health, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and Temple Health said Wednesday they had formed a consortium to negotiate such a deal.

In Philly, your house being ripped off isn’t always enough to get help from police and the DA

People whose houses have been stolen often face a bureaucratic maze in which Philadelphia police tell them to seek help from the district attorney, and the DA's Office tells them to go to police.

How a control room ‘hero’ saved Philly from a catastrophe during refinery fire

As rescuers rushed in, a control room "hero" quickly siphoned toxic hydrofluoric acid away from danger.

Kenney: No health risk from refinery fire

The Kenney administration appointed a task force to study the blaze, and hearings in July were promised.

Phila. court official backs off on Russian connection to computer virus

The administrator for the Philadelphia court system on Saturday backed away from an earlier comment in which he had said that the virus that has infected the courts’ computers may have come from Russia.

Philly courts blame Russian hackers for virus attack that has crippled system for weeks

The virus that took down Philadelphia court system for an entire month is tied to Russian hackers.

7 ways Philadelphia can crack down on house theft

Complaints of deed fraud in Philadelphia shot up 75 percent last year and there are no signs the problem is abating.

A Philly artist grew suspicious about a man buying land around his neighborhood. He uncovered a pattern of forged deeds and land theft.

Orin Clybourn has been busy for years acquiring and “flipping” real estate in up-and-coming neighborhoods. His dealings are generating controversy.

Blackwell political dynasty falls in West Philly, but incumbents dominate other City Council district races

Jamie Gauthier, a political newcomer who built a grassroots campaign, upset Jannie L. Blackwell, ending a 45-year reign of Blackwell representation of West Philadelphia.