1 killed, 2 wounded in triple shooting in Kensington

One victim was reported to be in "extremely critical condition."

1 killed, 2 wounded in triple shooting in Kensington

One victim was reported to be in "extremely critical condition."

Fearing dog taken, Philly shelter ponies up $2,500 for tips

“Someone took the dog and we want to know why,” ACCT spokesperson Blake Martin said. “I’d like to think that it’s not nefarious.”

Fearing dog taken, Philly shelter ponies up $2,500 for tips

“Someone took the dog and we want to know why,” ACCT spokesperson Blake Martin said. “I’d like to think that it’s not nefarious.”

Wintry mix could make your Monday afternoon commute a bit worse

A winter weather advisory has been issued for Southeastern Pennsylvania starting at 1 p.m. Monday.

Wintry mix could make your Monday afternoon commute a bit worse

A winter weather advisory has been issued for Southeastern Pennsylvania starting at 1 p.m. Monday.
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Police supervisor critical after Center City crash

The supervisor, who was not identified, was on routine patrol on 11th Street near Hamilton Street at about 8:37 p.m. when the driver of a Chevy Traverse ran a stop sign on Hamilton and struck the officer’s cruiser.

St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children now owned by Drexel University and Tower Health

The nonprofits won’t be alone as they learn the ropes of running a children’s hospital in an impoverished section of north Philadelphia.

South Jersey Democratic Congressman Jeff Van Drew, impeachment foe, expected to become a Republican

Van Drew's support collapsed in polling after he opposed the impeachment inquiry into President Donald J. Trump, and Democratic leaders in South Jersey began distancing themselves from the congressman.

La Salle puts women’s soccer program on probation after school investigation into freshman’s hazing allegations

“I’m not the same person I was coming here," said Kayla Miller-People. La Salle said in a statement that no individuals will be disciplined.

Fans leave politics aside at 120th Army-Navy game

People in the crowd said the game is a fabulous opportunity to revel in the “best of America.”

A Philly man died fighting the Taliban. The Afghanistan Papers confirmed what his father already knew.

“This is what you get when your son dies: a pin and a flag. And lied to.”

Democratic groups are going door-to-door while their 2020 candidates are distracted by the primary

For Our Future is one of several already organizing Democratic field operations to knock on doors in swing states almost a year before the 2020 general election.

Philadelphia Parking Authority worker attacked

Police said the 24-year-old victim, a male, was leaving the PPA building through a side entrance around 10:45 p.m. when he was struck once in the face with an unknown weapon by a man wearing a mask.

Lower Merion wants elementary school students to start earlier, and high schoolers to arrive later. Some parents aren’t happy

As the trend of later school start times for teenagers gains steam, some parents say Lower Merion is prioritizing older students at the expense of its youngest.

Man, 30, fatally shot inside Strawberry Mansion barbershop

The shooting occurred at the corner of Norris and 29th Streets.

Ex-Philly detective plays large role in trial while awaiting his own

Nordo, awaiting trial on allegations that he sexually assaulted male witnesses during his career, was not called to testify in a murder case he helped to investigate. But his name loomed like a cloud over the trial, which ended with convictions this week.

Lawsuit seeks to force Pennsylvania to scrap these electronic voting machines over hacking fears

Election security advocacy groups are suing the state of Pennsylvania today to stop some counties from using controversial voting machines they say are vulnerable to hacking by Russia and other adversaries in 2020.

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