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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The search is on for multiple suspects after a deadly road rage incident on Roosevelt Boulevard in Philadelphia. The shooting happened just after 7 p.m. Thursday. Philadelphia police said the shooting happened after a car crash. A vehicle driving southbound on the boulevard near Fox Street rear-ended the victim’s vehicle. The victim, later identified as 21-year-old Eddie Rodriguez, was a passenger in the car. He was riding with his brother. READ MORE: WATCH LIVE: Delaware County DA Jack Stollsteimer To Announce Charges In Shooting Outside Upper Darby SEPTA TerminalWhen Rodriguez’s brother pulled over to get the other driver’s information, someone got out and shot the victim at least twice in the torso. Rodriguez was pronounced dead a short time later. READ MORE: 2 Men Found Dead Outside Home In Tacony Neighborhood, Philadelphia Police Said“So we know that two shots were fired from a semi-automatic weapon. The vehicle that the victim was in was struck two times by gunfire in the rear driver side quarter panel,” Chief Inspector Scott Small told CBS3. “And these bullets went through...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Family and friends came together Thursday evening to remember a 14-year-old shot to death in Feltonville. Samir Jefferson was shot 18 times on Wyoming Avenue while waiting for the bus after school. It’s been an emotional week for Samir’s family. A vigil and balloon release was held Thursday night for a life cut short. READ MORE: 21-Year-Old Killed In Road Rage Shooting On Roosevelt Boulevard, Police Say“Everybody screaming, crying, it’s devastating,” Desiree Goodson, Samir’s mother, said. Family members say Samir loved music, playing basketball, eating chicken alfredo and was always smiling. “Samir is a beautiful kid. He’s never angry,” Goodson said. Samir, a freshman at Thomas Edison High School, was waiting for the bus on the 100 block of West Wyoming Avenue, heading home from school, when he was shot 18 times. The motive behind the shooting is still being investigated. “They stood over top of my son and my son seen them kill him,” Goodson said. On Wednesday, police announced the arrests of Quadir Johnson and Kyair Garnett, both 21. They’re being charged with murder, conspiracy,...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The family of a 40-year-old mother who was shot and killed in North Philadelphia Wednesday is calling for the shooter to turn himself in. Loved ones of Tyra Gould say the mother of six was taken from her family too soon. READ MORE: 21-Year-Old Killed In Road Rage Shooting On Roosevelt Boulevard, Police Say Tyra Gould “Here’s six kids that have to bury their mother now and we don’t have no answers why and we need to get answers and answers today,” said Troy Baylor, a friend of Gould. Philadelphia police say officers initially rushed to 24th and Diamond Streets in North Philadelphia around 1 p.m. Wednesday afternoon for a report of an assault. Then, around the same time, police say they learned a woman was rushed to Temple University Hospital by a private vehicle after she was shot eight times, supposedly at the assault scene. But responding officers couldn’t find any evidence of a shooting there. Now, Baylor believes Gould was actually shot at another location while inside a car with two other people, including...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police are responding to a double homicide inside a home in the Mayfair neighborhood. This happened around 5 a.m. in the 4000 block of Passmore Street. Details are limited at this time, but the department confirmed to CBS3 officers went to the home after a report of gunshot. Police found two bodies inside the home when they arrived. Stay with CBS3 for more on this developing story.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The search is on for multiple suspects after a deadly road rage incident on Roosevelt Boulevard in Philadelphia. The shooting happened just after 7 p.m. Thursday. Philadelphia police said the shooting happened after a car crash. A vehicle driving southbound on the boulevard extension near Fox Street rear ended the victim’s vehicle. The victim, a 21-year-old, was a passenger in the car. He was riding with his brother. READ MORE: Family, Friends Hold Candlelight Vigil For Slain Temple University Student Samuel CollingtonWhen the victim’s brother pulled over to get the other driver’s information, someone got out and shot the victim at least twice in the torso. The 21-year-old was pronounced dead just after 7:30 p.m. READ MORE: Jolly Trolley And Main Street Light Spectacular Bring Joy To Manayunk Following Ida Flooding, Pandemic“So we know that two shots were fired from a semi-automatic weapon. The vehicle that the victim was in was struck two times by gunfire in the rear driver side quarter panel,” Chief Inspector Scott Small told CBS3. “And these bullets went through the quarter...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Pennsylvania SPCA is investigating a horrific act of animal cruelty along the Delaware River waterfront. Someone shot and killed two cats at the Pier 80 Colony in South Philadelphia. READ MORE: Family, Friends Hold Candlelight Vigil For Slain Temple University Student Samuel CollingtonCaretakers feed those cats and provide veterinary services. READ MORE: Jolly Trolley And Main Street Light Spectacular Bring Joy To Manayunk Following Ida Flooding, PandemicThey found the dead cats on Nov. 8. MORE NEWS: Girl Attacked By Man On Way To School In Atlantic County, Police SayAnyone with information is being asked to call the PSPCA.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A suspect held police at bay Thursday afternoon in North Philadelphia, according to police. Chopper 3 was over the scene on the 3100 block of North Bancroft Street. Authorities say officers observed a homicide suspect go into that building around 12:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon. But when police entered the building, they did not find the suspect.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A 40-year-old woman was shot eight times and killed in North Philadelphia, police said Wednesday. The homicide happened shortly after 1 p.m. at 24th and Diamond Streets. Authorities said the woman was shot three times in her arm, once in her chest, twice in her back and twice in her forearm. She was rushed to the hospital in a private vehicle, where police said she later died. READ MORE: Family, Friends Hold Candlelight Vigil For Slain Temple University Student Samuel CollingtonNo arrests have been made, according to police. READ MORE: Jolly Trolley And Main Street Light Spectacular Bring Joy To Manayunk Following Ida Flooding, PandemicNearby William Dick School went into lockdown after the shooting, police said. MORE NEWS: Girl Attacked By Man On Way To School In Atlantic County, Police SayFor a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here.
    The Pennsylvania SPCA is looking for the public's help identifying the person or persons responsible for fatally shooting two stray cats in South Philadelphia.  The bodies of the cats were discovered by a caretaker of a feral cat colony at Pier 80 on the Delaware waterfront, who notified the SPCA, the organization said in a Thursday release. "The colony caretakers were suspicious as both cats had been otherwise healthy and vaccinated against common environmental illnesses," the PSPCA said. The cats were discovered right next to another feral cat colony that had been the site of several arson attempts in 2017, according to the organization. The cats were taken to the PSPCA’s Philadelphia headquarters by an officer, where they underwent necropsies to confirm their cause of death and collect evidence, the organization said. Bullets were found in both cats, and are being sent for further processing through the Philadelphia Police Department. Information about the identity of the individual, or others involved, can be reported anonymously to the Pennsylvania SPCA’s cruelty hotline, 866-601-7722 or cruelty@pspca.org. “These acts of cruelty are especially monstrous,” Julie Klim, CEO...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A GameStop employee was shot during an attempted robbery in Philadelphia’s Lawncrest neighborhood Tuesday night, police say. The shooting happened at the store in the 4600 block of East Roosevelt Boulevard around 7:45 p.m. Police say the 20-year-old female employee was shot once in the leg by a man wearing a gray sweatshirt. The victim was transported to Einstein Medical Center in stable condition. No arrests have been made. It is not clear if anything was stolen during the robbery. For a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Officials with the Philadelphia Fire Department and Philadelphia Gas Works are investigating a possible gas explosion inside a home in the 800 block of Jackson Street in South Philly. @PhillyFireDept and @MyPGW on scene of a what’s being investigated as a possible gas explosion inside a home on Jackson Street in South Philly. Waiting to hear from the Fire Marshall. @CBSPhilly pic.twitter.com/rHbNw6nUsl — Alicia Roberts (@ARobertsCBS) December 1, 2021 According to officials, PGW was called to the scene by the fire department after firefighters responded to a call around 6:30 p.m. on the 800 block of Jackson Street. READ MORE: Teen Victim Speaks Out For First Time Following Racially Motivated Attack Aboard SEPTA TrainPGW says there was no fire, but investigators are looking into a possible gas explosion. Officials say six properties — five on Jackson Street and one on 8th Street — were evacuated and the gas to those properties has been turned off. Neighbors describe smelling gas after a loud explosion as crew remain on scene. @CBSPhilly https://t.co/VpdLT2YVOE pic.twitter.com/Zn6NDyVnM5 — Alicia Roberts (@ARobertsCBS)...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police have identified a suspect in the killing of a Temple University student on Sunday. Samuel Sean Collington, 21, was shot twice in the chest following an attempted robbery near his off-campus apartment Sunday. Police confirm they have a solid suspect in the case. READ MORE: Teen Victim Speaks Out For First Time Following Racially Motivated Attack Aboard SEPTA TrainThree sets of Philadelphia parents are now planning funerals for their children — all gunned down on city streets. The youngest of Philadelphia’s homicide victims, as of late, are 14, 16 and 21. At a photo op, federal, state and city law enforcement officials took questions for a total of 19 minutes, covering ground about a new partnership that leaders promised would have an immediate impact in a city wounded by soaring gun violence. “One thing that will be an immediate game-changer is some of the Department of Justice subject matter experts are grant experts. They are going to be assessing where the gaps might be, finding us grant programs that might be targeted where they have...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — About 50 homes lost water in North Philadelphia Tuesday afternoon after a private water service line had an issue. City workers discovered the issue around noon in the 1800 block of North Gratz Street. The water main was shut down and the street was closed for repairs.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On Tuesday, the FBI announced a $25,000 reward for the man suspected of killing his pregnant girlfriend, Dianna Brice. Authorities issued an arrest warrant for Justin Smith back in April. Dianna Brice and Justin Smith READ MORE: Health Officials Push COVID-19 Boosters As Concern Grows Over Vaccine Effectiveness With Omicron VariantBrice’s mother reported her missing in Upper Darby on March 30. READ MORE: 50 Houses Without Water After Main Break In North PhiladelphiaBrice’s body was found along Eastwick Avenue in Southwest Philly on April 5. MORE NEWS: Teen Victim Speaks Out For First Time Following Racially Motivated Attack Aboard SEPTA TrainCall police if you have any information.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Around 50 homes are without water after a water main break in North Philadelphia on Tuesday. The break happened on the 1800 block of North Gratz Street. The water department says a two-inch water service line was found leaking around noon. Crews shut down the leaking main and closed the street for repairs.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia Police confirm they are “finalizing” the ID of a person of interest in the homicide of Temple University student Samuel Sean Collington, who was killed during an attempted robbery over the weekend. Police tell CBS3 they have obtained surveillance video capturing the deadly shooting. BREAKING: Philadelphia Police confirm they are “finalizing” the ID of a person of interest in homicide of Temple U. student Samuel Collington; confirm they have obtained surveillance video capturing the deadly shooting. @CBSPhilly pic.twitter.com/vbgh60EUXt — Joe Holden (@JoeHoldenCBS3) November 30, 2021 The 21-year-old Temple University student was shot twice in the chest following an attempted robbery near his off-campus apartment on Sunday. He was found on the 2200 block of Park Avenue just after 1 p.m. READ MORE: WATCH LIVE: Family Of Teen Victim In Racially Motivated Attack Aboard SEPTA Train Hold Rally To Demand Justice, SafetyCollington is being remembered as a kind, caring young man who had a bright future ahead of him. There is an overall feeling of shock and sadness as people who knew Sam say...
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A 14-year-old Philadelphia boy waiting for a bus to take him home from school was shot 18 times and killed Monday afternoon, police said. Samir Jefferson was waiting at a bus stop shortly before 3:30 p.m. Monday in a North Philadelphia neighborhood when two unknown shooters fired at least 36 shots, a Philadelphia police spokesperson said in an emailed incident report. Police said Jefferson was shot 18 times throughout his body. The boy died at a local hospital a short time later. The incident report said no motive for the shooting was known as of early Tuesday. But police officials said the shooting outside of a crowded pharmacy was witnessed by a number of people and at least partially recorded on surveillance footage. Officials told WPVI-TV that they had questioned two persons of interest, but as of early Tuesday no charges had been filed. Philadelphia has recorded 508 homicides in 2021 as of the end of day Monday, the highest number since at least 1990 and 12% more than the same time last year according...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The start of meteorological winter kicks off Wednesday, but winter weather arrived a day early before the unofficial start to the winter season.  Light snow showers are making their way across the northern half of the region Tuesday.  Grassy surfaces across the Lehigh Valley, Bucks County, and the Pocono Mountains could pick up about a half-inch of snow. A few flying flurries or spotty rain showers could sneak into our suburbs and pass I-95 through late afternoon.   Radar is looking a lot more ominous than what is actually happening! A lot of the snow you see is evaporating before hitting the ground, thanks dry air. There are flurries in and around the Lehigh Valley including Bethlehem. Not a huge snow maker for us but it sure is pretty❄️???? pic.twitter.com/9gham4Vnot — Llarisa Abreu (@LlarisaAbreu) November 30, 2021 READ MORE: Giving Tuesday: How To Support Non-Profits, Other Groups In Philadelphia AreaOtherwise, Tuesday in Philadelphia promises to be cold, breezy, and mostly dry.    READ MORE: 14-Year-Old, Samir Jefferson, Shot Nearly 20 Times, Killed While Waiting For SEPTA Bus...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) —Today is Giving Tuesday. The day is earmarked for Americans to give back to their communities The unofficial holiday takes place each year on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving. READ MORE: 14-Year-Old, Samir Jefferson, Shot Nearly 20 Times, Killed While Waiting For SEPTA Bus In North Philadelphia, Police SayTo participate, people across the U.S. will be volunteering to donate food, cleaning-up communities, or donating blood. You could also donate online to your favorite charity or non-profit organization. Giving Tuesday was founded in 2012 by New York’s 92nd Street Y with the United Nations Foundation.  Eyewitness News compiled a list of places to support in the Philadelphia area for Giving Tuesday: CBS3 Joy Of Sharing ToyFest Eyewitness News has partnered with the Salvation Army to help bring joy to children and families who need it the most. Your monetary contribution or toy donation will bring much-needed joy to families across our region this holiday season. See where you can donate or drop off a toy, here. Project HOME If you donate to Project HOME, you can accelerate their work...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police say a 14-year-old boy waiting for a SEPTA bus was shot nearly 20 times and killed in North Philadelphia Monday afternoon. Police later identified the victim as Samir Jefferson. Police say two men are now being questioned by detectives for this ambush murder in broad daylight. READ MORE: Philadelphia Firefighters Rescue 2 People From Fairmount House Fire“A vehicle, maybe two, pull up. Two males get out and start shooting at him, chasing him,” Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Scott Small said. Monday afternoon, police rushed to numerous 911 calls for shots fired outside a packed Rite Aid at the busy intersection of Rising Sun and Wyoming Avenues in the city’s Feltonville neighborhood. “They find a teenage boy laying on the sidewalk. He’s shot many, many times,” Small said. Officials say Jefferson was shot at least 18 times while waiting for a SEPTA bus. He died from his injuries at Temple University Hospital. “We believe he is a student at a nearby high school,” Small said. At least 35 shots were fired from two semi-automatic weapons. Bullet markers...
    BORDENTOWN, N.J. (CBS) — A man is dead after his 2005 Dodge Caravan collided with a tractor-trailer that closed Route 130 North in Bordentown on Monday night, police say. Police later identified the victim as 58-year-old David Jenkins of Pemberton Township, New Jersey. There’s no word on if Eugene Mercer Jr., the driver of the tractor-trailer, sustained any injuries at this time. READ MORE: Philadelphia Firefighters Rescue 2 People From Fairmount House Fire (Credit: CBS3) READ MORE: Hundreds Of Gloucester Township School Teachers Protest For New Contract: 'I Feel Taken Advantage Of'Investigators determined that Jenkins was traveling northbound on Route 130 in the area of Taconic Road around 8 p.m. when he crashed into Mercer’s tractor-trailer. Bordentown Township police are continuing to investigate the cause of the collision. MORE NEWS: South Philadelphia Rowhome Catches FireAnyone who witnessed the crash or has information regarding the incident is being asked to contact Det. Anthony Nagle at 609-298-4300, ext. 2142.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police say they found the bodies of two men in a large box truck in Northeast Philadelphia at Bustleton Avenue. Police say, according to witnesses and friends, both men were known to live in the truck. They’re waiting on an autopsy to determine the causes of death. Officers are calling these deaths suspicious.
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A man accused of raping a woman on a commuter train outside Philadelphia while other passengers were present was ordered held for trial by a magistrate judge Monday. Fiston Ngoy, 35, is charged with rape and related offenses. The Oct. 13 attack on a Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority train drew international attention. Police and other authorities initially said bystanders on the train should have intervened, but later said many of those passengers likely did not understand or realize a rape was happening on the train. READ MORE: Philadelphia City Council Calling On SEPTA To Take Action After Several Violent, High-Profile Incidents On Transit SystemAn off-duty SEPTA employee called police after realizing “something wasn’t right.” The Philadelphia Inquirer reported Ngoy’s attorney argued during Monday’s hearing that prosecutors had not offered evidence that his version of events — that it was a consensual sexual encounter — was not correct. But a prosecutor likened the alleged attack to a scenario seen at colleges where a passed out person is taken advantage of. The woman, whose name was withheld, testified in...
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A man accused of raping a woman on a commuter train outside Philadelphia while other passengers were present was ordered held for trial by a magistrate judge Monday. Fiston Ngoy, 35, is charged with rape and related offenses in the Oct. 13 attack on a Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority train that drew international attention. Police and other authorities had initially said that bystanders on the train should have intervened, but later said many of those passengers likely did not understand or realize that a rape was happening on the train. An off-duty SEPTA employee called police after realizing “something wasn’t right.” The Philadelphia Inquirer reported Ngoy’s attorney argued during Monday’s hearing that prosecutors had not offered evidence that his version of events — that it was a consensual sexual encounter — was not correct. But a prosecutor likened the alleged attack to a scenario seen at colleges where a passed out person is taken advantage of. The woman, whose name was withheld, testified in court Monday saying she had drank a few beers before boarding the train....
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police say a teen was shot nearly 20 times and killed in North Philadelphia Monday afternoon. It happened on the 100 block of West Wyoming Avenue around 3:30 p.m. in the city’s Feltonville neighborhood. Police say the boy, approximately 15 or 16 years old, was shot 18 times throughout his body. He was later pronounced dead at Temple University Hospital. READ MORE: Power Outages In Montgomery County After Tractor-Trailer Crashes Into PolesNo arrests have been made. READ MORE: Prosecutors Ask Supreme Court To Review Bill Cosby's Overturned ConvictionThe most recent homicide comes after Philadelphia surpassed 500 homicides in 2021 last week. MORE NEWS: Temple University Student Samuel Sean Collington Killed In Off-Campus Shooting In North PhiladelphiaFor a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here.
    The New York Giants got a much-needed win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday and didn't hesitate to take an opportunity to troll their division rivals.  The Giants defense stepped up to stop second-year quarterback Jalen Hurts with three interceptions and four forced turnovers, and held Philadelphia to a season-low in points in the 13-7 beating.  GIANTS’ JOE JUDGE WANTED JASON GARRETT GONE LAST SEASON, MORE CHANGES TO COME: REPORTS Jalen Hurts walks off the field after his Philadelphia Eagles lost to the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on Nov. 28, 2021 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Elsa/Getty Images) While running back Saquon Barkley was being interviewed on the field, Eagles fans were subjected to the "Always Sunny in Philadelphia" theme song playing in the background at MetLife Stadium.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Social media users took joy in the Giants' "savage" troll.  Sunday’s game was the first for the Giants' offense since the firing of coordinator Jason Garrett on Tuesday. With former Browns coach and senior assistant Freddie Kitchens calling the plays, the...
    A Temple University senior was shot dead outside his off-campus Philadelphia apartment on Sunday as he returned home from spending Thanksgiving with his family.  Samuel Collington, a 21-year old political science student months away from graduation, was shot dead around 1.32 pm in an attempted robbery outside 2252 North Park Avenue as he unloaded his car after returning to his apartment from Thanksgiving at his parents' house in Delaware County. His death brings this year's homicide rate in Philadelphia to a record breaking 506. The grim milestone broke the 1990 record of 500 murders in the span of a year.  Philly police have accused District Attorney Larry Krasner of allowing crime to sky rocket by failing to prosecute gun crime.  Collington's murder was the sixth shooting death in the span of a week in the city plagued with gun violence. Neighbors told the outlet that Collington briefly struggled with the attacker before gunshots rang out.  He was rushed to Temple University Hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries.  No arrests have yet been made.  'Each and every homicide carries with it a profound sense of...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — City officials and community members made an unequivocal call for political reform in Pennsylvania and in its largest city, Philadelphia, Monday morning outside of City Hall. Rep. Jared Solomon and Councilmember Maria Quiñones-Sánchez call the proposal People Over Politics. “The time for fairness and honesty in government in Philadelphia is now,” Solomon said. READ MORE: Temple University Student Samuel Sean Collington Killed In Off-Campus Shooting In North PhiladelphiaOfficials stood at City Hall Monday morning flanked by city leaders and community activists, urging residents to sign a petition called People Over Politics, hoping to reshape the way government is run in Philadelphia. “It calls for three main reforms,” Solomon said. “Public financing of elections, transparency around independent expenditures and that if you are an employer and hire an elected official, you got us,  tell the public what it is they’re doing, who they’re taking meetings with and what are the contents of those meetings.” The proposal comes on the heels of guilty verdicts against labor leader John Dougherty and City Councilmember Bobby Henon in their federal bribery...
    A Temple University senior was shot and killed during a robbery Sunday, police say.Philadelphia police officers responded to a 911 call for a person with a gun in the 2200 block of North Park Avenue on the city's north side at approximately 1:32 p.m. They found Samuel Collington, 21, with gunshot wounds to his chest and back.Police took Collington to Temple University Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 1:57 p.m. Police report he lived on the block he was shot.PHILADELPHIA MURDER SUSPECT CAUGHT ON VIDEO KILLING WOMAN, COPS LOOKING FOR KILLER"This attack … only further highlights the senseless gun violence that continues to grip the city of Philadelphia," Temple’s executive director of public safety, Charlie Leone, said in an online statement. "We mourn the loss of a bright and thriving political science student, and share in the wrenching grief of his family and friends." Philadelphia, USA - May 4, 2015: Temple University building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. (iStock) Police told WPVI Collington had just parked his mother's SUV on the street after returning from Thanksgiving at his...
    A Philadelphia woman shot her ex-boyfriend in the face after he attempted to break into her home late Sunday night, according to a local report. Philadelphia police confirmed to Fox News that a 31-year-old Black male was shot in the left side of the face while trying to break into a home just after 11 p.m. in the 4700 block of Ashville Street in the Holmesburg neighborhood.  PHILADELPHIA MARKS 500TH HOMICIDE IN 2021 AFTER WOMAN FATALLY SHOT Local news station WPVI-TV reported that police said the male suspect was the ex-boyfriend of the woman who owned the home. Police could not immediately confirm the relationship between the suspect and the homeowner when reached by Fox News on Monday morning. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Police said the suspect was rushed to Jefferson-Torresdale Hospital, where he was last listed in critical condition. A weapon was recovered at the scene and police are continuing to investigate.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A 16-year-old boy is dead after being shot eight times in North Philadelphia Sunday night, according to Philadelphia police. The victim was later identified as Kanye Davis, police say. The shooting happened in the 400 block of Diamond Street at 8 p.m. READ MORE: TSA Confiscates Loaded Handgun From Man At Philadelphia International AirportThe department said officers found the victim with eight gunshot wounds throughout the body inside a Nissan. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. READ MORE: Temple University Student Samuel Sean Collington Killed In Off-Campus Shooting In North PhiladelphiaNo arrests have been made. MORE NEWS: Philadelphia City Council Set To Hold Hearing Over SEPTA Safety Concerns MondayFor a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A 21-year-old Temple University student is dead after a Sunday afternoon shooting in North Philadelphia, the school confirmed. The shooting happened in the 2200 block of North Park Avenue around 1:32 p.m. According to Philadelphia police, 21-year-old Samuel Sean Collington, from Prospect Park, Pennsylvania, was shot twice in the chest and later died at the hospital. Sources tell CBS3 the student was killed during an attempted robbery. READ MORE: Shooting In Southwest Philadelphia Leaves 4 Men Injured, Police SayThose sources said Collington struggled with the suspect before being shot. “I live on the next hundred and I have sons too,” neighbor Jenna Jones told CBS3. “Right on the block, a young student, that’s kind of surprising.” CBS3 has obtained the security alert sent out to Temple students just before 2 p.m. “We talk about it, we do talk about the violence,” Temple student Christopher Rudolph said. Sunday’s shooting has many, especially those who live off-campus, thinking about safety. “When you get down past 19th, past 20th, it gets a little dodgy,” Rudolph said, “Two weeks ago, there...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police are investigating a shooting that left four people injured in Southwest Philadelphia, sources confirm to CBS3’s Joe Holden. The shooting happened at South 50th Street and Woodland Avenue. Police sources tell CBS3 two of the victims are critically injured. One victim is in the operating room, while the fourth one is stable. Stay with CBS3 for more on this developing story.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A 16-year-old boy is dead after being shot eight times in North Philadelphia, according to Philadelphia police. The shooting happened in the 400 block of Diamond Street at 8 p.m. The department said officers found the victim with eight gunshot wounds throughout the body. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. No arrests have been made. For a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here
    KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Bobby Wood directed Justin Meram’s crossing pass low into the right corner in the 90th minute to give Real Salt Lake a 2-1 victory over Sporting Kansas City on Sunday in Major League Soccer’s Western Conference semifinals. Coming off a first-round victory on penalty kicks at Seattle, Real Salt Lake advanced to face the Portland Timbers in the conference final. Portland also won on the road, topping Colorado 1-0 on a 90-minute score Thursday. Anderson Julio tied it for Real Salt Lake in the 72nd, leaping to head a pass from Andrew Brody into the lower left corner. Sporting K.C. opened the scoring on Johnny Russell’s penalty kick in the 24th minute. Russell converted after Aaron Herrera fouled Gadi Kinda in the penalty area. UNION 1, NASHVILLE 1, UNION WINS 2-0 ON PENALTY KICKS CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — Andre Blake made two spectacular saves, Nashville missed on two penalty kicks and the Philadelphia Union won a shootout Sunday to advance to Major League Soccer’s Eastern Conference final for the first time in franchise history. Philadelphia...
    CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — Andre Blake made two spectacular saves, Nashville missed on two penalty kicks and the Philadelphia Union won a shootout Sunday to advance to Major League Soccer’s Eastern Conference final for the first time in franchise history. Philadelphia will face the winner of the semifinal Tuesday night between New England and New York City. On the first attempt of the shootout, Blake dove to his right to smother a shot from Hany Mukhtar. After Jack Elliott scored for the Union, Blake dove left to deny Anibal Godoy. Joe Willis gobbled up a shot from Sergio Santos to keep Nashville alive. Alex Muyl shot wide for Nashville and 18-year-old Jack McGlynn stroked a left-footed shot past Willis to give the Union a 2-0 lead. It ended when Walker Zimmerman shot wide on Nashville’s fourth attempt. Mukhtar opened the scoring for Nashville in 38th minute. Eric Miller was left unchallenged to launch a long centering pass that found an open Mukhtar for a header from just outside the goal box. Daniel Gazdag tied it in first-half stoppage time. His...
    After defeating the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, the New York Giants trolled their division rivals by playing a specific television theme song. The Philadelphia Eagles had the opportunity to gain ground on the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC East. All they had to do was beat the New York Giants, who were coming off a dud performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week. Instead, it was the Eagles who laid an egg, as they lost to the Giants 13-7 on Sunday. How could things get more humiliating for the Eagles, you ask? Well, the Giants played the theme song of the hit television show It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, as Eagles fans left MetLife Stadium. You can clearly hear it during Giants running back Saquon Barkley’s postgame interview with NFL Network’s Kim Jones. With Saquon after NYG 13, Eagles 7. On the win, the offense & Fletcher Cox. #PHIvsNYG pic.twitter.com/BEE3CduLTw — Kim Jones (@KimJonesSports) November 28, 2021 The #Giants are playing the “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” theme song as Eagles fans exit MetLife Stadium. — Zack Rosenblatt...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A 21-year-old Temple University student is dead after a Sunday afternoon shooting in North Philadelphia, the school confirmed. The shooting happened in the 2200 block of North Park Avenue around 1:32 p.m. According to Philadelphia police, 21-year-old Samuel Sean Collington, from Prospect Park, Pennsylvania, was shot twice in the chest and later died at the hospital. READ MORE: 2 Philadelphia Police Officers, Civilian Injured In North Philadelphia CrashTemple University released the following statement to CBS3: “Temple University is deeply saddened to confirm that a student was found off-campus at 2252 North Park Avenue (Park and Dauphin) this afternoon with gunshot wounds. The student was taken to Temple University Hospital and was initially in critical care, but was pronounced dead a short time later. The Philadelphia Police Department is still gathering information regarding the incident. Notification of the student’s family and friends is still pending, so we will not release the student’s identity at this time. This is a tragedy in every sense of the word. Our thoughts are with the victim’s family, friends and the entire...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Two Philadelphia police officers and a civilian are injured after a crash in North Philadelphia. The accident happened near North 22nd Street and West Lehigh Avenue around 1:35 p.m. According to the department, the officers were driving eastbound on West Lehigh Avenue with lights and sirens. They crashed into a white Chrysler 200 in the intersection. READ MORE: Jalen Hurts, Eagles Can't Overcome Mistakes In Loss Against New York GiantsBoth cars have moderate damage, the department said. Both officers have non-life threatening injuries and are in the hospital. READ MORE: Man Shot Twice, Killed In North Philadelphia, Police SayA female civilian who complained of side paid was also taken to the hospital. MORE NEWS: Philadelphia Police Asking For Public's Help To Find Suspects As City Hits 503 HomicidesThe crash is still under investigation.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Jalen Hurts threw three interceptions Sunday as the Eagles lost to the New York Giants, 13-7, at MetLife Stadium. The loss makes the Eagles 5-7 on the season. Hurts struggled for most of the game against the Giants. He completed 14 of his 31 passes for 129 yards and three interceptions. He also had 77 rushing yards. READ MORE: Man Shot Twice, Killed In North Philadelphia, Police SayBoston Scott had 64 rushing yards on 15 carries and a touchdown, but he had a brutal fumble late in the fourth quarter that sealed the victory for the Giants. Miles Sanders had 64 rushing yards on nine carries. READ MORE: Philadelphia Police Asking For Public's Help To Find Suspects As City Hits 503 HomicidesChris Myarick, the former Temple walk-on, scored the Giants’ lone touchdown on a pass from Daniel Jones in the third quarter. MORE NEWS: Philadelphia Police: West Kensington Double Shooting Leaves 2 Men HospitalizedThe Eagles will play the New York Jets next week at 1 p.m. at MetLife Stadium.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A 21-year-old man was shot twice in the chest and killed on Sunday in North Philadelphia, police say. The shooting happened on the 2200 block of North Park Avenue just after 1:30 p.m. The victim was transported to Temple University Hospital and pronounced dead at 1:57 p.m., according to officials. No weapons have been recovered and no arrests have been made. For a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — D’Angelo Russell scored 35 points and had a decisive steal and assist in the final seconds of the second overtime in the Minnesota Timberwolves’ 121-120 victory over Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday night. Embiid had 42 points and 14 rebounds in his return to the lineup after missing nine games because of COVID-19 protocols. Philadelphia lost seven of those games without the four-time All-Star and has now dropped eight of 10. READ MORE: Hornets Blister Timberwolves From Long Range, 133-115“I really thought I wasn’t going to make it,” Embiid said. “It was that bad. So, I’m just thankful to be sitting here. I’m just glad I got over it.” Tobias Harris returned from a two-game absence due to a hip injury to add 17 points and nine rebounds for Philadelphia. “It’s good to have Embiid back,” he said. “We missed him for sure.” Russell also made a go-ahead 3 late in the first overtime. Karl-Anthony Towns added 28 points and 10 rebounds but didn’t play in the extra sessions after fouling out, and Anthony...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A 33-year-old man is dead after Philadelphia police say he was shot 18 times in Olney Saturday night. The shooting happened in the 500 block of West Duncannon Avenue around 7:10 p.m. According to police, the man was shot 18 times throughout the body. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. There have been no arrests. For a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Saturday evening shooting has left a 17-year-old boy in “extremely critical condition,” according to Philadelphia police. The shooting happened in the 1200 block of North 50th Street around 5:47 p.m. The department said the teen was shot once in the face. He is in “extremely critical condition,” officials said. No arrest has been made. For a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A 51-year-old man is dead after a shooting Saturday afternoon in Philadelphia’s Poplar section. The shooting happened in the 700 block of North 10th Street around 2:56 p.m. Philadelphia police said officers found a man who was shot in the shoulder. He later died at the hospital. There have been no arrests in the shooting. For a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The F.B.I. and the Philadelphia Police Department are looking for a suspect after they say she robbed the Wells Fargo Bank in Logan Square. The incident happened around 11:18 a.m. Friday at the Market Street bank. Authorities said the woman, who is believed to be around 40-to-50-years-old, walked into the bank and demanded money via a note. She ran westbound on Market Street after taking around $4,000. READ MORE: Man Dead, Another Injured In Shooting At Coatesville Moose Lodge, Police SayPolice said she is 5’6″ and 170 pounds. She has bumps on her right eye and was wearing all black at the time of the robbery. She also carried a light-colored bag over her shoulder. READ MORE: Man Found Dead Inside Vehicle After It Crashed, Caught On Fire In Northeast Philadelphia, Police SayThe suspect is considered armed and dangerous, police say. Anyone with information about this robbery or this subject is urged to call the FBI/PPD Violent Crimes Task Force at 215-418-4000. MORE NEWS: Philadelphia Area Shops Grateful For Their Regulars On Small Business Saturday:...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A man was found dead inside a car after the vehicle crashed, hit a fence, and caught on fire in Northeast Philadelphia, police say. The incident happened around 2 a.m. on Saturday on the 4600 block of Adams Avenue. Police say after extinguishing the fire, they found a man dead inside the front of the vehicle.  The victim was pronounced dead at 2:10 a.m., according to officials.