Philadelphia police Sergeant Sylvia Young and University of Pennsylvania officer Eddie Miller were shot along with four civilians by a gunman on September 16.
Watch live stream video of the manhunt after two police officers were shot in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Philly shootings came after two officers were shot in Fort Worth.
Two Philadelphia police officers were shot on September 16. The Philly shooting came just hours after two officers were shot in Fort Worth, Texas.
The 2016 Democratic National Convention is being held at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center from July 25-28 with Hillary Clinton accepting the nomination.
Paul Kuzan is accused of fatally shooting Pamela Nightlinger, his wife of nine days, with a crossbow inside their Philadelphia home, police say.
Terrifying surveillance video has been released showing the moment Philadelphia Rodin Museum worker Phani Guthula crashed through a glass floor, falling 40 feet.
Demetrius Pinckney, the 21-year-old younger brother of Oklahoma City Thunder player Dion Waiters, was killed in a homicide Tuesday night in Philadelphia.
Curtis Brinkley and TJ Porter are being investigated along with Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy in an alleged assault on off-duty police officers.
Kiesha Jenkins, a transgender woman, was beaten by five or six men and then fatally shot in the back in Philadelphia, police say.
Americans are awaiting the arrival of the leader of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis, to New York and Philadelphia after His Holiness visits Cuba. See the best, funny memes here.
Brandon Bostian was the engineer of the fated Amtrak 188 train from Washington to New York that derailed in Philadelphia, killing 7 and wounding more than 60.
Brandon Bostian was the engineer of the Amtrak train that derailed north of Philadelphia, killing at least 8 people and injuring more than 200.
Porn star Lisa Ann used Twitter to put Flyers defenseman Michael Del Zotto on blast about his nonstop demands begging her to set him up on dates.
A Philadelphia man has died awaiting extradition back to Germany to face Nazi-era war crimes. Johann Breyer immigrated to Philadelphia in 1952 and worked as a tool maker until he retired.