The challenger won trade union backing, while the incumbent picked up the support of many elected officials.
The reformist prosecutor seeks re-election as shootings surge — with no easy answers in sight.
Philadelphia vaccination pace stalls despite community clinics
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Va. Sen. Amanda Chase says he was a volunteer who was never paid by the campaign.
The PPD says it can't afford to outfit officers with stun guns. Meanwhile, OT has ballooned 40%.
Even if officers assault civilians, they rarely face repercussions — and sometimes get promoted, newly released documents show.
Managing Director Brian Abernathy has been the target of protests calling for his resignation.
The deputy in charge that day took a voluntary demotion, and there’s now a moratorium on tear gas use by Philly police.
Capt. Louis Campione has been on the force for 43 years.
Some proposals raise questions about Philadelphia’s familiarity with its own past promises on transforming the PPD.