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Plea deal expected for two men charged with killing Philadelphia Police Officer
PHILADELPHIA (WTXF)- Two men charged with killing a Philadelphia Police Officer will enter a plea deal.Fraternal Order of Police officials say Carlton Hipps and Ramone Williams are expected to be sentenced to life in prison plus fifty years for the killing of Officer Robert Wilson III.Officer Wilson
Man struck and killed by dump truck in North Philadelphia
The victim, a 40-year-old man, was rushed to Temple University Hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time later.
Child seriously hurt in West Philadelphia hit-and-run
WEST PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --A child was seriously injured after a hit-and-run in West Philadelphia on Friday afternoon.It happened around 4:20 p.m. in the 5000 block of Irving Street.The child, believed to be about five or six years old, was rushed to the hospital and is in critical condition.The dri
Boy fatally struck by vehicle in West Philadelphia, police say
“He was really sweet. I walked past his house a few days ago and he was just excited to tell e his age and what he liked to do. I see him play out here every day and for something like that to happen, it just really sickens me,” Payne stated.
Philadelphia man charged in the murder of Desmond Johnson in Norristown
NORRISTOWN >> Andre Marcus Johnson, 18, of Philadelphia has been arrested for first-degree murder, robbery and other related charges in stemming form the murder of Desmond Johnson on June 17. Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele and Norristown Police Chief Mark Talbot Sr. announced th
Time Running Out On $1M Powerball Ticket Sold In Philadelphia
The ticket was for the June 24, 2017 drawing. The ticket matched all five white balls drawn, 10-22-32-36-58, but not the red Powerball 10, to win $1 million, less withholding.
How much value does the Sixers' newly-acquired first round draft pick have? More than you might think | David Murphy
The Nets and the Hornets, for sure. Probably the Cavs, provided LeBron skips town. I won’t quibble with the Pistons. So call it four teams. Four out of 15, in a conference where the bottom seven end up in the draft lottery each year.
Police: Woman Stabbed To Death In North Philadelphia
Police say the 25-year-old woman was stabbed multiple times in the stomach. She was transported to Temple University Hospital in critical condition but she later died, succumbing to her injuries, according to police.
18-year-old killed, woman wounded in North Philadelphia shooting
Surveillance cameras caught neighbors as they ran for cover after a barrage of gunfire echoed down 26th Street near Somerset just before 3 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. When the shooting stopped, the 18-year-old murder victim's bike was left lying in t
Fire leads to power outage in part of Center City; 1 injured
Chopper 6 was over the scene of a fire and power outage at 9th and Walnut in Center City Philadelphia on June 22, 2018.CENTER CITY (WPVI) --A fire on Friday afternoon led to a power outage in part of Center City Philadelphia.Calls about the fire came in around 1:30 p.m. at 9th and Walnut.One person
Abington Weekend Weather Forecast: Rain Likely
4-day Forecast for AbingtonToday, rain tomorrow morning.Saturday June 23Rain until evening. High 81, low 64.Chance of precipitation: 96%. Wind 5 mph from the ESunday June 24Partly cloudy throughout the day. High 87, low 68.Chance of precipitation: 30%. Wind 6 mph from the WMonday June 25Clear throug
Some children separated at border are in Pa., police killings strain entire black communities June 22 | Morning Newsletter
Good morning everyone, it’s Friday and the weekend is nearly upon us. President Trump’s latest move to end his own administration’s policy of forcibly separating families at the U.S. border still raises questions as to what happens to the children who’ve already been separated from their parents. A
Philadelphia Phillies Fan Injured by Flying Hot Dog
A Philadelphia Phillies fan got more than she bargained for on Monday, June 18, while watching her hometown team take on the St. Louis Cardinals at Citizens Bank Park.
Explosive Used In ATM Robbery Attempt: Philadelphia Police
Before the explosion, an man came into the store with what bomb technicians have determined to be an M-1000, police said. He then left the store and has spoke with the woman mentioned above before she went back into the store with the device.
Man Faces 50 Years in Crossfire Killing of NJ Girl, 8
Brown was captured in Tennessee about a month after the shooting. Besides the aggravated manslaughter charge, Brown also was convicted Thursday of conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder and weapons offenses.
1 Critical After Road Rage Crash Thursday: Philadelphia Police
Eventually, a Buick hit the Jeep, causing it to hit a tree and flip on the 7600 block of City Avenue, police said.
After hazards were exposed, Philadelphia school district launches massive summer cleanup
The schools were among 19 where Inquirer and Daily News reporters, as part of the“Toxic City” investigation, enlisted staffers to collect wipe samples in classrooms, gymnasiums, and busy hallways to test for asbestos fibers, mold spores, and lead dust from deteriorating paint.
Small Earthquake In South Jersey
The earthquake, which had a depth of 7.5 miles, was reported at 12:28 a.m. near the Leisuretown section of the township.
Mikal Bridges analysis: What they're saying about the Sixers' first pick in the NBA draft
YONG KIM / Staff PhotographerSixers first round pick Mikal Bridges shows off his Villanova jacket liner with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver during the 2018 NBA draft on Thursday, June 21, 2018 in Brooklyn.
Mt. Airy to host first Philly Family Pride Picnic and Arts Festival - Chestnut Hill Local Philadelphia PA
It maybe one of the reasons why the Mayor’s Office of LGBT Affairs, Philadelphia Family Pride and the Mt. Airy Art Garage partnered to host the first annual Philly Family Pride Picnic and Arts Festival at Lovett Library Park, 6945 Germantown Ave. in Mt. Airy, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on June 23.