You cannot turn on a television or read your news on the computer without seeing some story somewhere about how some cop screwed up somewhere. Recently ,across this country, there have been riots and demonstrations against police, specifically in support of Michael Brown, a criminal and Eric Garner, another criminal, who both died when they resisted getting arrested.
Anti-police sentiment has materialized in the form of graffiti along a busy avenue in West Philadelphia. NBC10's Deanna Durante has the story.
Two men are wanted for up to seven robberies in north Philadelphia. Six of them were caught on camera.
In a recent forum on strategic thinking at Philadelphia's Barnes Foundation , executives lamented that today's organizations don't have enough leaders who do well in times of change and ambiguity. One participant said, "We want our people to think strategically, but we don't have a definition of what that means in practice."
Daniel Edward Beren, 85, formerly of Meadowbrook, a five-term state legislator from eastern Montgomery County in the 1960s and '70s, died Sunday, Dec. 14, of complications from an aortic aneurysm at the Woods at Cedar Run in Camp Hill. In 1967, Mr. Beren became an elected representative to Pennsylvania's General Assembly from the 153d District.
A former Philadelphia publishing company owner and his companion were struck and killed by a car Wednesday night while crossing the street near their new home in Deerfield Beach, Fla. The Broward County Sheriff's Office said Philip J. Kendall, 85, former president of Packard Press, and Francine Freedman, 80, had moved to the beachside community near Boca Raton this week.