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Pa. Supreme Court to hear arguments over whether Philly can enact its own, stricter gun laws. ‘They need to save our children,’ families say
Ghost gun makers are evading state and federal laws, experts say. Will Philly’s lawsuit slow them down?
‘This is not over’: After Pa. state trooper fatally shoots teen, family calls for investigation; Philly police issues warning to illegal racers
No body cam footage in the Anthony Allegrini Jr. case, Pa. State Police say. His family still wants answers
The city has recorded 488 homicides as of Dec. 14, 2022, making the city unlikely to surpass the record-high 562 homicides it recorded in 2021.
A group of Pennsylvania prisoners, many of them serving life sentences for gun crimes, is pooling together their own funds to help Philadelphia families who lose a child to gun violence.