The 18-year-old, who identifies as female, was held in a male correctional facility.
The Women's Community Revitalization Project offers 282 units and a slew of community services.
The stars-and-stripes Instagram clusterfuck has potential.
The city urgently needs more fostering. We spoke with two women who are doing the work.
Rainbows, bubbles and lots of glitter marked the city's 30th annual celebration.
Philadelphia just won a major victory. Here's how we got to this point.
Stargazy on East Passyunk is selling a "bad-ass" dish in honor of the food and travel icon.
An inside look at the infamous banned list at the Chinatown cocktail bar.
The final two days include some of the celebration's best happenings.
Officers have to meet eight criteria before they can arrest someone for trespassing.
The Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum is more famous outside of Philly than in its hometown.
Tensions surrounding the Edward W. Bok Technical High School are not new.
One Colangelo down, one to go.
The Eagles safety used placards to silently get his message across.
Philly Police and urban researchers agree: warm weather season is petty theft season.
Temple promised the community a job training facility on North Broad. Three years later, it’s still not there.
Officials say they're "very close" to starting construction.
A bill that would stop businesses from asking about salary history — already enacted in Philly — is pending at the state level.
Advocates say the Ford Road operation will be the first of its kind in the city.
The last-minute rally drew several dozen fans, while only a handful were spotted at the White House.