Philadelphia and state leaders hold another press conference to address the surge in violence throughout the city.
Virginia Jorgensen, a parent of a Temple University student, is organizing a rally on the school’s campus following the shooting death of Samuel Collington.
The Power of Paint Art Academy is doing their part to Save Our Streets.
Two female business partners teach kids to be creative while the kids learn to unlock new attitudes with their art.
Diamond Wilson says someone fired several shots near 59th and Filbert in West Philly as she and a friend were driving by. She will likely lose her left eye as a result of the shooting.
FOX 29's Bill Anderson introduces you to Sister Taleah Taylor who is trying to make a difference in her community.
With Philadelphia on pace to break a record in the homicide rate this year a lot of attention is given to murders. But one expert says not enough attention is being given to the survivors of gun violence.
Mazzie Casher and Keith Bethel joins Good Day Philadelphia to discuss a community initiative to end gun violence citywide.
The gun violence epidemic is plaguing many of our communities. FOX 29’s new initiative explores solutions to help make Philadelphia and the surrounding areas safer.
The local non-profit is helping students hit the ground running toward a better future.
A group is trying a unique approach to fight violence. They are working with the very people who have been both victimized by and involved in violence to try to solve crime.
Philadelphia residents are speaking out, and some say they feel trapped in their violent neighborhoods. As much as they may want better for their community, they say speaking out could cost them and their families.
'As I Plant The Seed' is the brainchild of a Hunting Park man who found what has been happening on Philadelphia's streets unacceptable - and decided he could do something about it.
As deadly violence continues to plague Philadelphia, local Black clergy members say better recreation centers would help keep kids off the street and they've been waiting for better or new centers that were promised years ago.
FOX 29's Bill Anderson spoke to several people who say the violence makes them feel trapped in their own homes. They are pleading to stop the violence in their streets for their kids' sake.
"As I Plant the Seed" is the brainchild of Ryan Harris. He didn’t initially get any government funding, didn’t have any real resources, he just knew that what he saw on our streets wasn’t ok and he could do something.
FOX 29's Bill Anderson discusses what the 'Save Our Streets' initiative hopes to achieve.
Derrick Copes, a local business owner, is pulling inspiration from his spotted past and using his car detailing service to help others who may have taken a similar path.