Philly City Council to hold anti-gun violence hearing as city gets off to a...

By Michael D'OnofrioPHILADELPHIA -- A violent start to 2020 has prompted Philadelphia City Council members to schedule a hearing on gun violence this week.Councilman Curtis Jones called on officials and residents to “not regurgitate...

Gun safety group Everytown launches $250K digital ad campaign in Pa. | Thursday Morning...

'If they want to keep their jobs, they need to do the right thing,' advocate says as Harrisburg sits on gun violence bills.

Want to honor the victims of gun violence? Do your part to help make...

I share my story because I refuse to accept that it’s normal that 100 Americans are killed every day in this country.

‘There’s an empty chair in this chamber’: In budget speech, Wolf highlights the toll...

In remarks prepared for delivery, the Democratic governor challenged Republican lawmakers in the House and Senate to break months of gridlock.

#PABudget 2020: Focused intervention is the key to reducing gun violence. Not mandatory minimums...

By Celeste TrustyAll Pennsylvanians want to feel safe in their homes and communities, and reducing gun violence is a concern echoed across the Commonwealth.Pennsylvania needs proactive, proven solutions to gun violence that prioritize public...

W.Pa high school/middle school plans 35-hour vigil for victims of violence

Several speakers are already lined up to present, including Baldwin grad Tim Hindes, the creator of the Stronger than Hate logo, which was designed after the October 2018 Squirrel Hill synagogue shooting.

We can’t forget the victims of gun violence. Here’s how you can honor them...

February 1-8 is National Gun Violence Survivors Week, a week that amplifies and honors the individual stories of America’s gun violence survivors

‘There’s no blueprint’ Capital-Star convenes forum on gun violence

The first forum, which discussed the issue of gun violence in Pennsylvania, was joined by a 5-member panel of experts that weighed in on the issue.

MontCo lawmaker’s mandatory minimum bill is unlikely to reduce gun violence, opponents say

The full House could vote as soon as February on legislation sponsored by Rep. Todd Stephens, R-Montgomery. Critics say it would not reduce violence

Philly City Council eyes lawsuit route to enact gun regulations

City Council will attempt to use a new strategy to force state officials to enact gun regulations or allow Philadelphia to put in place its own.