- #GunCrisis Monthly: March, 2014
- Man killed, two wounded in separate Philadelphia shootings overnight
- Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia introduces new Violence Prevention Initiative
- Police report trading gunfire, wounding suspect Tuesday evening in Feltonville
- Annual murder and shooting analysis released; outlines great progress and vast challenges in Philadelphia
- Woman found dead inside South Philadelphia home Tuesday
- Two men killed Monday in separate Philadelphia shootings
- Two hospitalized after home invasion robbery and shooting Monday outside Philadelphia
- #GunCrisis: Philadelphia Week in Review
The team from the Gun Crisis Reporting Project was invited to present this week at TEDxPhiladelphia, a daylong multidisciplinary conference created in the spirit of the TED conference mission of “ideas worth spreading.” We will share video from the talk when available. Photograph for the Gun Crisis Reporting Project by Joseph Kaczmarek.
Photo at top: Police were investigating after a suspect was wounded by an officer during a gun battle earlier this week in the Feltonville section of Philadelphia. Photograph for the Gun Crisis Reporting Project by Joseph Kaczmarek.
Posted by Jim MacMillan
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