Kermit Gosnell, an abortion doctor convicted of murdering three babies, was sentenced to life in prison without parole for two of the three murders on Tuesday.
After nearly two weeks of deliberations, the jury in the trial of Kermit Gosnell has convicted Gosnell of three of the five murder charges against him.
The string of three robberies began at approximately 8:30 p.m. on the 4500 block of Sansom Street.
Two suspects were arrested in connection with a robbery with a gun at the intersection of 42nd and Chestnut streets Thursday night.
Although the jury has yet to return its verdict, the trial of Kermit Gosnell has recently garnered attention from the national media and supporters from both sides of the pro-life, pro-choice divide.
According to the Division of Public Safety, a car was driving along Walnut Street when it pulled over between 33rd and 34th streets and subsequently burst into flames.
After court proceedings were called off Monday, the trial of Kermit Gosnell resumed Tuesday with the dismissal of three of the eight murder charges against Gosnell.
As the defense prepares to present its case in the trial of Kermit Gosnell, several students and experts gathered Tuesday night to discuss the implications of the allegations against him.
Leslie Mosby helped his friend, Karl Sappleton, carjack a car in West Philadelphia just before 3 a.m. on Nov. 21, 2010.
An automobile struck a female University student at 38th and Spruce streets on Tuesday morning, marking the fifth accident at the intersection this semester.
The Division of Public Safety made nine arrests in two days last Monday and Tuesday in connection with people selling illegal drugs.
The killing of University City food truck operator Don Ly remains unsolved.
Don Ly, a campus food truck operator, was stabbed and killed while on his way to work this morning.
A letter from his son: My father, Don Ly
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DPS’s Commendations Ceremony — held in Fagin Hall — let the organization commend officer service, memorialize several individuals and promote members of the department.
Penn’s student body flung a little safer this year.
Penalties for illegally possessing firearms may get stiffer in Philadelphia.
While 31 students were cited Thursday night of Spring Fling weekend by state police officers, the citations did not continue during the two days of official Fling activities.
According to Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush, 31 citations were issued at two off-campus parties on Thursday night by the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement.