- Weekend live blog
- Two police officers among five dead in Las Vegas
- Man killed, woman critically wounded at 5th and Roosevelt
- Seattle Pacific University Shooting
- Surveillance videos: Gunmen sought
- Daily Report: 06.06.14
- BB gun scare puts Penn State Abington on lockdown
- Daily Report: 06.05.14
- Five women shot during past two weeks in Philadelphia
- Daily Report: 06.04.14
- Daily Report: 06.03.14
- Suspect dead, officer wounded in Chester after gun battle
- Daily Report: 06.02.14
- #GunCrisis: Philadelphia Week in Review
Above: The campus of Penn State Arlington was evacuated after a person with a gun had been reported late Thursday afternoon. Later reports indicate that a BB gun had let to the alert, there was no danger to the community and the lockdown was lifted.
At top of page: Police investigate the scene where a woman was shot late Wednesday night in North Philadelphia. Over the previous two weeks, we also reported on shootings wounding women in the Parkside, Kensington, Chestnut Hill andGermantown section of Philadelphia.
Posted by Jim MacMillan.
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