Joseph Cho, a former Penn Law student accused of trying to kill his neighbors, will go to trial on attempted murder charges.
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Philadelphians will vote on several ballot initiatives to amend the city's Home Rule Charter.
The City of Philadelphia will face a budget deficit of at least $650 to 850 million over the next five years, Mayor Michael Nutter said yesterday.
Penn Law and Wharton announced yesterday that the two schools would partner to form a three-year graduate program in which students would pursue both a JD and MBA.
Two robberies were reported near campus over the weekend.
Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader will speak at Penn later this month.
Friday, Sept. 5 -- 4:32 p.m.
Violent crime in the Penn patrol zone decreased significantly this spring compared to last year, but a large uptick in property crimes contributed to a 14-percent increase in total crime for the semester.
A man was robbed at gunpoint on the 3700 block of Ludlow Street on May 5, Division of Public Safety officials said.
A Philadelphia judge found Wharton junior Felix Qu not guilty on assault charges last week.
A small fire broke out in Rodin College House Friday evening, causing no injuries but forcing residents to evacuate.
U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) announced yesterday that he has been diagnosed with a recurrence of Hodgkin's disease, a cancer of the lymphatic system.
New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, who is trying to win the Democratic presidential nomination, focused on crime as she campaigned in West Philadelphia last week.
The New Zealand teenager accused of working with a Penn student to hack a Penn server in 2006 has pleaded guilty to all charges.
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March 13 - 9:05 p.m.
Attorneys for Irina Malinovskaya, the Wharton undergraduate accused of killing her ex-lover's girlfriend in 2004, have filed motions to have the case dismissed.
In preparation for next month's Pennsylvania primary, Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama both set up Philadelphia campaign headquarters this weekend.
Engineering junior Ryan Goldstein admitted in federal court Feb. 29 that he helped hack into a computer network, causing the School of Engineering and Applied Science's server to crash in February 2006.