Authorities said the man fit the description of University of Connecticut senior Peter Manfredonia, 23, who reportedly was last seen on Sunday about 50 miles southeast of Duryea in East Stroudsburg walking along railroad tracks with a large backpack.
Authorities say a man who believed his DJ equipment was the target of a robbery shot and killed a fleeing suspect Wednesday morning in Port Richmond.
Authorities are investigating following a quadruple shooting Wednesday morning in Kensington.
Ellehsa Shahid was last seen on May 23 on the 5700 block of West Dakota Street.
A 9-year-old was fatally shot and a triple shooting happened in Kensington prompting Commissioner Outlaw's statement.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has become the latest democratic leader to endorse presidential hopeful Joe Biden in the upcoming election.
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Bucks County Emergency Management gave municipalities the green light to open playgrounds if they chose.
Philadelphia police say a 9-year-old boy has died after being shot inside a home.
Police responded to a call for a large fight Monday night in Brewerytown.
Mike Evans, known as the "Memory Maker," has always taken pride in his ability and willingness to help others.
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Police are investigating after over 100 flags were torn from the graves of veterans in Bucks County.
Philadelphia police are searching for a missing 16-year-old girl.
Philadelphia police are searching for two sisters, ages 13 and 14, who went missing from West Philadelphia.
The wife of a man killed in a machete attack said that Peter Manfredonia, the college student suspected in that and another killing, was looking for a young woman he knew when he began his rampage.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia has been renewed for a 15th season on FX and will address the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, according to reports.
Philadelphia city leaders say they’ll now allow walk-up ordering at restaurants and food trucks.
The Community College of Philadelphia announced it plans to hold all online classes and distance learning in the fall.
Here is where the Delaware Valley stands regarding active investigations and confirmed cases of COVID-19.