Police shoot suspect on Walt Whitman Bridge

Eastbound lanes of the bridge were closed for hours after the overnight shooting. There is no word yet on the condition of the person shot by police.

South Philly teen is sentenced to 37 years to life in prison for fatally shooting two 16-year-olds in 2017

Brandon Olivieri, now 18, was found guilty by a jury in May of killing Salvatore DiNubile and Caleer Miller, a crime that attracted citywide attention and led to ongoing tensions in the neighborhood.

South Philly teen is sentenced to 37 years to life in prison for fatally shooting two 16-year-olds in 2017

Brandon Olivieri, now 18, was found guilty by a jury in May of killing Salvatore DiNubile and Caleer Miller, a crime that attracted citywide attention and led to ongoing tensions in the neighborhood.

Woman beaten, robbed of phone in S. Philly while photographing apparent drag-race crash

A man and woman, both in their early 20s, punched the victim while telling her to stop taking pictures.

Woman beaten, robbed of phone in S. Philly while photographing apparent drag-race crash

A man and woman, both in their early 20s, punched the victim while telling her to stop taking pictures.

Man, woman killed in Delaware nursing home shooting

Delaware State Police say they are investigating a shooting at a nursing home in Wilmington where two people were shot.

Man, woman killed in Delaware nursing home shooting

Delaware State Police say they are investigating a shooting at a nursing home in Wilmington where two people were shot.
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New Jersey Attorney General’s Office opens probe into fatal police-involved shooting in Pemberton

The shooting was one of two Friday in the 300-home, Sunbury Village section of the township.

Woman stabbed to death in West Philadelphia

A weapon was found at the scene, but no arrests have been made.

One man killed in Chester double shooting

The shooting at Rose and Spruce Streets is the city's ninth homicide this year.

N.J. corrections officer convicted of smuggling drugs to inmates at state prison in Cumberland County

Steven Saunders, 51, of Camden, a suspended state corrections police officer, has been found guilty of smuggling drugs to inmates at the Southern Correctional Facility in Cumberland County.

Man tries to rebuild a life after 28 years in prison for a Philly murder he didn’t commit

After 28 years imprisoned for a murder he's always sworn he didn't commit, Chester Hollman III is a free man. He's grappling with what that means and how something like this happened to him.

After a bombshell corruption scandal, Lower Southampton grapples with restoring faith in government

With disgraced former judge John Waltman now in federal prison, the people he leaves behind reflect on how to move past the scandal.

Philly police to fire 13 officers over offensive Facebook posts

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross announced Thursday that 13 officers would be fired for making racist or offensive Facebook posts, an unprecedented wave of terminations resulting from a scandal that has attracted national attention.

Heather Barbera, accused of killing her mother and grandmother in their Ventnor Boardwalk condo, offers to plead guilty

Prosecutors agreed to consider Barbera's offer to plead guilty as the judge set an October trial date.

Attorney General Josh Shapiro announces new partnership to combat gun violence in Philadelphia

Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro on Thursday announced a new partnership to combat gun violence in Philadelphia that will target “straw purchasers” and the illegal transfer of guns.

Man wounded in Center City shooting

The victim is in stable condition at Jefferson University Hospital after the early-morning shooting.

Sources: Philadelphia police officers to be fired over offensive Facebook posts

The Philadelphia Police Department is expected this week to begin the process of firing police officers whose racist or offensive Facebook posts were documented in an online database, according to three sources with knowledge of the situation.

N.J. janitorial company owner sentenced to 50 months in prison for $2 million fraud scheme

Mitchell Bleicher admitted to paying for Rolex watches, Rolls Royces, Subaru automobiles, guns, motorcycles, home renovations, and his children’s college tuition with proceeds from the scheme.

Former Lower Southampton solicitor sentenced to probation for lying to federal agents

Michael Savona initially denied knowing about a kickback-scheme between municipal leaders and an outdoor ad executive.

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