Cops: 10 Pounds of Pot Wrongly Sent to Pennsylvania PastorPolice are trying to determine who shipped 10 pounds of marijuana from California to a pastor in the Philadelphia suburbs.
Philly Set To Welcome NFL Draft In A Grand WayThe NFL says the event is expected to generate $80 million in economic impact for the city. Mayor Kenney didn't want to put a number on it.
Female Pit Bull Found Stabbed, Mouth Taped Shut in TrashAnimal welfare workers in Philadelphia are investigating the death of a female pit bull found stabbed with its mouth taped shut inside a garbage bag.
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.