- Three hours: Two dead, six wounded in Philadelphia shootings
- Teen killed, another critically wounded; police vehicle struck
- Man killed; child among seven wounded in latest outbreak of Philadelphia gun violence
- Child wounded in double shooting Friday evening
- Weekend Report: 06.20.14 — 06.22.14
- Philadelphia shooting victims peaked in May last year; same is true so far in 2014
- Daily Report: 06.20.14 — Man shot in Lawndale; case updates
- Violent week persists with four new shooting victims
- Daily Report: 06.19.14 — New shootings wound three men in Philadelphia
- Woman critically wounded in Northeast Philadelphia shooting Wednesday afternoon
- Daily Report: 06.18.14 — Philadelphia shootings leave one dead and three wounded
- Photos from the scene: Child shot Monday in South Philadelphia
- Daily Report: 06.17.14 — Two city shootings reported, more data and surveillance video
- Daily Report: 06.16.14 — Child shot in Point Breeze
- Four men shot on Father’s Day in Philadelphia
- #GunCrisis: Philadelphia Week in Review
Above: Homicide investigators gather at the scene of a fatal shooting early Saturday on Rosalie Street near Colgate Street in the Crescentville section of Philadelphia.
Photo at top of page: Neighbors look over police evidence markers at the scene of a double shooting which left a 14-year-old wounded Friday evening in the Logan section of Philadelphia.
Posted by Jim MacMillan.
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