— For the past two decades, Olga Kresin has been teaching students ages 4 to 24 at her ballet school in the Klein JCC in Northeast Philly.
The now 23-year-old Antonio Rodriquez, dubbed the "Kensington Strangler," was found guilty today of raping and killing three women from Holme Circle, Port Richmond and East Stroudsburg, Pa. He'll now face three consecutive lifetimes in prison.
U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz (D-13th dist.) is panning the selection Saturday of Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, a fellow member of the House Budget Committee, as Mitt Romney’s vice presidential running mate.
A serial burglar busted into a pair of Northeast Philadelphia beer distributors early this month, but he wasn’t after suds.
— Red-light cameras reduce accidents, but questions have arisen about how intersections are picked.
A Philadelphia patrol officer assigned to the Northeast was arrested last Thursday for his alleged involvement in a scheme to hack into Comcast’s computer system and solicit fees from cable customers in exchange for adding premium channels to their service or reducing their monthly bills.
Police have released a grainy surveillance video and minimal description in hope of identifying two men who sexually assaulted a woman on a Frankford baseball field early last Thursday.
A Frankford man died after police found him unconscious on a Kensington Street, the victim of an apparent street-corner beating early Saturday.
Police found alcohol at the scene of a one-vehicle crash on Woodhaven Road that claimed the life of a Bristol man early Sunday.
Two men used their fists to beat a Frankford grocery store owner and rob his store last Wednesday evening. Detectives hope that daylight surveillance video will help their search for the suspects.