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Arrest made in fatal stabbing of woman, 35, in Fox Chase home

Arthur L. Caesar, of Somerton, was charged with the murder of Jill Millman.

At Mercy Fitzgerald, he waved off treatment. The next day, four were dead in West Philadelphia.

Internal hospital records show that a psychiatrist and a nurse spoke with Maurice Louis briefly and said “let him go” after he declined treatment at Mercy Fitzgerald hospital in Darby.

New Jersey teacher sentenced to 17 years for hiding camera in boy’s restroom to make child pornography

Thomas Guzzi, 40, of Pitman, taught fifth grade and was charged with possessing hundreds of images of child pornography.

Alleged shooter in West Philly quadruple slaying had mental health, drug issues, family says

Maurice Louis was diagnosed with schizophrenia two years ago but refused to take his medication, relatives say.

Son charged with killing mother, stepfather and 2 brothers in West Philadelphia home, police say

Police say they don't know what triggered the killings, which were discovered when coworkers of the couple became “suspicious immediately” when the pair didn’t show up for work.

The NCAA says student athletes can be compensated, but what exactly does that mean?

Tuesday’s announcement does not mean that college athletes can immediately start earning cash — or that they ever will.

In two small South Jersey towns, 63 homeowners will leave their flooded homes — if the state’s offer makes financial sense

Sixty-three South Jersey homeowners have been accepted into the Blue Acres Buyout Program, one of the largest community buyouts the program has encountered since Hurricane Sandy.

Here's the latest timeline for the Frank Rizzo statue's move

A new location hasn’t been selected, but several sites in South Philadelphia are under consideration.

Two New Jersey teens urinated on African American students and used racial slurs, police say

The boys, who police say are of Indian descent and live in Lawrence Township, have been charged with harassment, bias intimidation, and lewdness.

Students hack into Chester County school district system for senior game, exposing student information

The district said the alleged hackers were students trying “to obtain student addresses to gain a competitive advantage for the senior water games."