As the new mayoral administration gets to work in Philadelphia, many have hope for real change and a reduction in crime across the city.
As 2023 draws to a close, it’s a time for reflection of how Philadelphia is faring and what the city faces in 2024.
Bill Anderson talks with people and organizations taking action in their homes and communities to protect loved ones.
A free dinner was held at a Philadelphia restaurant Monday night for parents whose children were victims of deadly gun violence in the city.
From a dilapidated greenhouse to a memorial for victims of violence, The House of the Living in Swarthmore is providing a new way of healing through art.
Bill Anderson speaks with survivors of gun violence, those who have survived being shot and those who have lost loved ones to gun violence, to better understand the aftermath and trauma, in order to save our streets.
Organizers in Philadelphia believe it will literally take a sleepless effort to stop the alarming trend of gun violence plaguing the city.
After spending 10 years in jail, life coach and author, Will Latif Little is giving back to his community in a unique way. Get the scoop on how Will is using therapy to help keep others from making the same mistakes he did.
A new documentary titled "Utter Nonsense" is shedding light on the opioid crisis in the Philadelphia, and its particular effect on the city's Kensington section.
A four-week long summer youth program in West Philadelphia is building conflict resolution skills in the community.
A four-week conflict resolution course is teaching Philadelphia's youth how to peacefully resolve their differences.
A Philadelphia faith-based community marched through the streets on a sultry Friday evening to call for an end to gun violence that's plaguing the city.
What will it take to solve the violence issues that continue to plagues the city of Philadelphia? From a get-tough approach to proactive solutions, FOX 29 explores the most effective solutions.