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- Cost of Violence conference concludes with straight talk — and songs of joy
- Seven people shot in six hours Wednesday night in Philadelphia
- Crime scene reports: Three double shootings among Tuesday’s incidents in Philadelphia
- Mapped: Two dead and ten wounded in nine shooting incidents reported Tuesday in Philadelphia
- Crime scene report: Fatal shooting Tuesday in Feltonville
- Media reports: Tuesday night violence in Philadelphia
- Live blog: Gun violence breaks out across Philadelphia Tuesday night
- One dead, three wounded in latest outbreak of shootings in Philadelphia
- Second annual Cost of Violence Conference focuses on results
- Child shot Monday in Trenton
- Shooter kills man through front door in East Germantown
- #GunCrisis: Philadelphia Week in Review
Above: Markers indicate ballistic evidence at the scene of a double shooting last week in West Philadelphia. Twelve people were shot in nine incidents last Tuesday.
At top of page: Police investigate a double shooting Tuesday last week in the Strawberry Mansion section of North Philadelphia. Six of the 12 people shot Tuesday were struck in double shootings.
Posted by Jim MacMillan.
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