By Ryan Deto PITTSBURGH -- Out of more than 3,100 complaints about Pittsburgh Police officers to the city’s Citizen Police Review Board over the last decade, more than 6 percent of them came from just 1.2...
The two candidates for Philadelphia's top prosecutor traded jabs on issues ranging from stop-and-frisk to police misconduct.
"When you live in the city, City Council President Darrell Clarke said, “you’re vested. This whole unplugged thing I don’t quite understand.”
Even as President Joe Biden's White House and Democrats on Capitol Hill move to combat an epidemic of gun violence nationwide through executive orders and legislative action, Republicans governors and state lawmakers are racing...
In Pennsylvania, Attorney General Josh Shapiro said there’s been a 437 percent increase in the last year in the number of ghost guns recovered.
Philly Councilor Brooks questions Kenney’s urgency on shifting crossing guards out of police department
Mayor Jim Kenney shifted $14 million in total out of the police budget for the current year’s spending plan.
Black Pennsylvanians are 21 times more likely to be sentenced to life in prison for second-degree murder than white people, research found.
Black lawmakers could hold the deciding votes on two long-sought changes to state driving laws, giving them the rare leverage to ask that an expansion of police oversight be accompanied by protections for Black drivers.
If you think that these violent acts just impact the targeted person or Asians, you are wrong. It affects us all.
"It happened to me. If it happened to me, it happens to too many! We gotta do what’s right," Councilmember DeWitt Walton said in an emotional speech.