Bye-bye, 'LOVE': Iconic Philadelphia Sculpture Gets RepairsIt's the last chance for romance — or at least a romantic selfie — in front Philadelphia's iconic LOVE sculpture.
Towson U Men's Basketball Player Shot In Drive-By Shooting In PhillyTowson University men’s basketball senior John Davis was shot in an apparent drive-by shooting outside his home in Philadelphia Saturday night.
Police: Man Rushing To See Hurt Father Crashes; 2 KilledAuthorities say a driver was apparently rushing to a hospital to see his injured father when he crashed and killed two of his passengers.
Police: Student Might Have Been Put in Headlock Before DeathPhiladelphia police say they're investigating the death of a 17-year-old special-needs student who might have been placed in a headlock by a staff member during a scuffle.
Woman Dies After Throat Slashed, Police Follow Blood TrailA blood trail led police to Philadelphia after they found a woman dead in Delaware County.
Philadelphia Police Officer Shot in Shooting Rampage A fatal shooting spree in Philadelphia leaves one woman dead and five others wounded. The shooter is now dead, after he was killed during a shootout with police.
Malcolm Jenkins Plans to Lead Some Eagles on Anthem Protest Malcolm Jenkins plans to lead teammates in a protest that he says is "not an anti-police thing" during the national anthem before the Philadelphia Eagles play at Chicago on Monday night.
Police: Anti-Cop Note Found at Scene of Deadly RampageA "rambling" note expressing hatred for police was found after a man opened fire on a Philadelphia police officer then went on a shooting spree, injuring a second officer, killing a woman and wounding three other people before he was shot and killed by police in an alley, authorities said Saturday.
Philadelphia Transit Agency To Test Urine-Repelling PaintThe city's main transit agency plans to try urine-repelling paint to combat smells and complaints about cleanliness.
Obama: Clinton 'Steady,' Trump 'Not Fit In Any Way' to Lead Accusing Republicans of fanning hate, President Barack Obama on Tuesday stepped in to defend a bruised and temporarily benched Hillary Clinton, hoping to reassure Democrats nervous both about their presidential candidate's health and her handling of fresh trouble on her campaign.
Thousands of Naked Bicyclists Swarm City of Brotherly LoveSpaceX chief executive Elon Musk is calling last week's launch pad accident the "most difficult and complex failure" in the company's 14-year history.
Bill Clinton Stops by Philly's Made in America Music FestivalBill Clinton has made a surprise appearance at the Made in America festival in Philadelphia.