- New #Handbags4Peace campaign spreads online; women take to the street
- Fourteen women and girls shot in Philadelphia during first seven weeks of 2014
- Reward, surveillance video and memorial site follow Amber Long murder
Maps and Data:
- Sporadic gun violence persists across Philadelphia despite fierce winter
- Updated Philadelphia shooting victim map: January, 2014
- Sporadic gun violence outbreaks define first week of February in Philadelphia
- Shooting deaths climb in January; February begins with violent outbreak
- 02.02.14: Shooters kill two and wound two more in short span early Sunday in Philadelphia
- 02.06.14: Violent outbreak leaves two dead and three wounded Wednesday night in Philadelphia
- 02.12.14: Shooter kills one man and wounds another Tuesday afternoon near West Philadelphia daycare center
- 02.14.14: Three men dead after execution-style shooting Thursday inside Lawndale home
- 02.20.14: Shooters kill two men; wound woman and teen Wednesday in Philadelphia
Line of duty:
- $40,000 reward offered in case of Philadelphia Police Officer Frederick Cione, killed 44 years ago today
- Ceremony remembers slain Philadelphia Police Officer John Pawlowski
- School shootings spike across the US in January, including three incidents in the Philadelphia region
- Children killed and wounded across US as shootings continue in 2014
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