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'Incredible loss': Fatally shot Philly SWAT officer is mourned and praised

Cpl. James O’Connor IV was the first officer killed in the line of duty in Philadelphia in five years.

Ghost guns proliferate as Philadelphia grapples with gun violence

Since 2018, Philly cops have recovered 118 ghost guns from crime scenes. Critics say the guns pose a danger to the public because they are sold in kits and assembled at home, lacking serial numbers, and cannot be traced to manufacturers.

Dog walker, 25, pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter in death of another dog walker

Matthew Oropeza, the South Philly dog walker who punched another dog walker, causing his death in January 2019, pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter. He'll be sentenced May 28. He's out on bail.

5 people have now been shot this week in a 3-block section of West Philly

A double shooting Wednesday brought to five the number of people shot in three days in a West Philly neighborhood.

2 shot at West Philly market, a year after owner fatally shot a masked armed robber there

Almost a year after the owner of a corner food store fatally shot a masked armed robber, the store’s new owner and a customer were shot Monday night by two gunmen who targeted the customer, Philadelphia Police said Tuesday.

Hundreds celebrate in South Philly, warn the city against supervised injection sites

Despite the reprieve, those who oppose the concept of providing a place for drug users to inject say they will not back down until the city drops all plans to support such sites.

Philly jury convicts man in fatal stabbing of Nicki Minaj’s stage manager

A guilty verdict for the man charged with killing Nicki Minaj's stage manager.

A relationship that began in the ‘dark’ ended in death for a Philly man, murder charges for two West Chester women

Two Montgomery County women await trial for the 2017 murder of an Overbrook Park man who was bound, stabbed, and set on fire in his home. They met on the dark web, a shadowy place frequently linked to illegal activity, including murder.

The man whose beating by Camden police was caught on video is suing

A Camden man, who was knocked down and punched 12 times by a police officer while other cops pinned him down during a 2018 arrest captured on surveillance video, has filed a federal lawsuit accusing the officers of using excessive force and violating his civil rights.

‘Stop giving us excuses’: Philly’s City Council and new police commissioner hear pleas to end surging gun violence

Danielle Outlaw told councilmembers that the department is working hard to solve homicides but must do better, and must improve communication with victims’ families.