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03/21/23 10:00pm
In addition to turning a reddish hue, the pond was encircled by caution tape wrapped around the surrounding trees.
03/19/23 10:00pm
The incident happened at around 10:30 p.m. at 40th and Sansom Streets. 
02/26/23 8:10pm
Penn Medicine will distribute the $5 million to three of its programs dedicated to preventing violence in Philadelphia and treating victims.
02/08/23 10:18pm
Williams — who was appointed as the interim chief of police in May 2022 — was announced as the new chief of police on Jan. 17. 
02/05/23 10:32pm
A 21-year-old male suffered multiple gunshot wounds in the face and neck. He was transported to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead at 9:50 p.m.
02/01/23 9:12pm
The Working Families Party is a grassroots political party that organizes to elect progressive candidates in fourteen states.
01/17/23 11:06pm
In November, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives originally voted to impeach Krasner largely along party lines.
12/09/22 12:18am
The technology, which comes from a company called ZeroEyes, uses artificial intelligence to detect if an individual has a gun.
12/08/22 5:09am
Over the summer, the rule was enforced in the city and was framed as a way to keep children safe during the gun violence crisis. 
11/16/22 3:32am
In October, Wawa announced that it will shut down two of its stores in Center City — one on 12th and Market streets and the other on 19th and Market streets — citing safety concerns.
11/09/22 11:24am
This suspension, which began Nov. 7, follows one report of a student being sexually assaulted and reports of several others being drugged at off-campus houses associated with the fraternities.
11/07/22 11:36pm
Students told the DP that they feel mobility items, including electric scooters and bikes, make heavily trafficked routes like Locust Walk more dangerous.
10/17/22 1:36am
The information in the report is disseminated in compliance with federal law under the Clery Act, and contains details of all campus safety resources and public safety policies of the University.
10/16/22 10:00pm
Wawa spokesperson Lori Bruce said that Wawa has faced “continued safety and security challenges and business factors” which “have made it increasingly difficult to remain open in these two locations."
10/10/22 2:06pm
In a meeting with reporters, Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner discussed an increase in Philadelphia carjackings with more than 1,000 incidents being reported through the end of September, WHYY reported.
09/28/22 3:20pm
Bruce Minor, a former accounting clerk at the VAMC, pleaded guilty to one count of theft of government funds in May
08/04/22 12:19am
The victim reportedly intervened in an altercation between a man and his girlfriend and was subsequently punched and stabbed.  
07/20/22 4:10pm
Myers, who worked as a campaign consultant following his Congressional career, will now face up to 20 years in prison.
07/20/22 4:08pm
The report gives 16 recommendations to the Philadelphia Department of Public Health following the mishandling of the bombing. 
07/07/22 12:31am
Several students present at the fireworks display recounted their experiences during and after the shooting to The Daily Pennsylvanian.