- Man killed, woman wounded in Frankford shootings
- Updated local media reports: Nine people shot on Bourbon Street in New Orleans early Sunday
- Traffic confrontation leads to killing Friday night in Fairhill
- Weekend Report: 06.27.14 / 06.29.14 — Shootings leave two dead and five wounded in Philadelphia
- #GunCrisis Monthly: June, 2014
- Daily Report: 06.27.14 — Fatal shootings in Philadelphia and Chester
- Shooter kills driver on Germantown Avenue
- Daily Report: 06.26.14 — Three men wounded in Philadelphia shootings
- Police shoot man during traffic stop; report gun recovered
- Two young teens wounded in South Philadelphia shooting Tuesday night
- Daily Report: 06.25.14 — Gunfire leaves five men wounded in Philadelphia
- Local media reports: Mass shooting in Miami
- Daily Report: 06.24.14 — Two young teens among latest Philadelphia shooting victims
- Sunday afternoon shooting punctuates violent weekend in Philadelphia
- Daily Report: 06.23.14 — Gunfire leaves two dead and three wounded
- #GunCrisis: Philadelphia Week in Review
Above: Police investigate a murder scene last week in the Tioga section of Philadelphia.
At top of page: A gun lies in the street after police shot a man during a confrontation last week in the Olney section of Philadelphia.
Posted by Jim MacMillan.
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