Delco man charged with absentee ballot fraud

Harry S. Maxwell Jr. allegedly used name of person who died in 2017.

‘Oh my God, he just ran over her.’ Relatives relive woman’s gruesome death in court.

Angela Maya Stith's relatives watched in horror as a surveillance video replayed the last terrifying moments of her life as she was chased, stabbed, left lifeless on the pavement, then run over repeatedly by an SUV.

‘Oh my God, he just ran over her.’ Relatives relive woman’s gruesome death in court.

Angela Maya Stith's relatives watched in horror as a surveillance video replayed the last terrifying moments of her life as she was chased, stabbed, left lifeless on the pavement, then run over repeatedly by an SUV.

‘The offer of all offers’: Ex-Brady challenger describes $90K payoff that bought him out of the race

A onetime challenger to U.S. Rep. Bob Brady said that Philadelphia's veteran congressman promised him "the offer of all offers" – including a $90,000 payoff, a government job, and a pledge to step down from the seat he had held for more than a decade — to convince him to drop out of the 2012 Democratic primary.

‘The offer of all offers’: Ex-Brady challenger describes $90K payoff that bought him out of the race

A onetime challenger to U.S. Rep. Bob Brady said that Philadelphia's veteran congressman promised him "the offer of all offers" – including a $90,000 payoff, a government job, and a pledge to step down from the seat he had held for more than a decade — to convince him to drop out of the 2012 Democratic primary.

2 Jewish cops sue Philly Police Department claiming anti-Semitic acts by district colleagues

Two Jewish police officers have filed a federal lawsuit against the Philadelphia Police Department claiming a pattern of anti-Semitism by colleagues in their Franklintown-based district, including scratching a Nazi "SS" symbol into a locker and drawing a Star of David and the phrase "Hebrew Hammer" onto a door of a patrol car.

2 Jewish cops sue Philly Police Department claiming anti-Semitic acts by district colleagues

Two Jewish police officers have filed a federal lawsuit against the Philadelphia Police Department claiming a pattern of anti-Semitism by colleagues in their Franklintown-based district, including scratching a Nazi "SS" symbol into a locker and drawing a Star of David and the phrase "Hebrew Hammer" onto a door of a patrol car.
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Philly man who led violent robbery gang gets life in prison

Khalil "Lil" Smith ran a gang of 20 individuals who targeted victims in Philadelphia and its suburbs.

Glenside man, 23, charged with assaulting Philly police captain at rally

Four people were arrested, but police have identified only two. One faces trial in federal court.

Son of Taiwanese celebrities to be released, deported after Delco school shooting threat

An-Tso Sun's sentence of "time served" and order of immediate deportation brings to an end a legal drama that has received only moderate attention in this country, but has driven sensational, front-page headlines in the island nation in Asia for months.

Judge dismisses case against 2 cops charged with illegally detaining man

A Philadelphia judge on Monday dismissed all charges against two former police officers who were arrested and charged in September with illegally detaining a man in East Mount Airy five months earlier.

Montgomery County woman killed during apparent home-invasion robbery

The woman was found dead Sunday evening, shot and killed in an apparent home-invasion robbery, authorities say.

Philly man tied up, assaulted during a home invasion; attackers posed as PGW workers

The men fled with jewelry and several thousand dollars in cash, police said.

Three dead, two injured after shootings, group attack in Philadelphia

In less than a 12-hour span, three people – including a man who police say was attacked by a group – died early Saturday morning in separate incidents across Philadelphia.

For GoFundMe scammers, the lying was easy

In an age where it's easy to put anyone under a digital microscope, Kate McClure, Mark D'Amico, and Johnny Bobbitt Jr. managed to rob more than 14,000 people without breaking a sweat.

Burlco doctor charged in fraud scheme

Bernard Ogon allegedly signed bogus prescriptions for expensive medications.

Philly DA Larry Krasner withdraws office from statewide prosecutors group

Krasner has withdrawn his office from the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association, saying the advocacy group supported regressive or overly punitive policies and represented "the voice of the past."

Man gets life for fatal stabbing in Burlco

William E. Hines Jr. was convicted of murder for killing Scott Willis, 54, in the Burlington Township.

Police seek public’s help in identifying suspects in Tacony abduction, robbery

Philadelphia Police rereleased video footage Friday hoping to find someone who might recognize two people allegedly involved in an abduction and robbery of a 21-year-old man two months ago in Tacony.

11 new misconduct claims emerge against former renowned Masterman chess coach

The latest allegations come after an Inquirer and Daily News report of three sex-abuse claims by former chess players at a North Philadelphia elementary school.

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