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Past articles by David:

Lawyer: Toxicology negative on Brendan Creato; prosecutor not commenting

As the investigation continues into the death of 3-year-old Brendan Creato, police say they are aware of haunting social media posts by some of those close to him. → Read More

Haunting social media posts surround Brendan Creato's death

As the investigation continues into the death of 3-year-old Brendan Creato, police say they are aware of haunting social media posts by some of those close to him. → Read More

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Woman dragged by car in Delaware

It's a terrifying encounter caught on camera. A woman is hanging off the side of the car and dragged down the road in Delaware. → Read More

Duo goes on shopping spree after alleged credit card theft

Philadelphia police are looking for a duo who ripped off a senior citizen as she shopped earlier this month. → Read More

Security zones, fence, closures, more announcements for pope visit to Philadelphia

Mayor Michael Nutter addressed everything from security zones, to a fence, to school closures and taxi service for the pope's visit next month. → Read More

Telecomm tech installed to help cell phone service during pope visit

Ahead of Pope Francis' arrival in Philadelphia officials are hoping major technology upgrades can keep millions of visitors from dropping calls. → Read More

'It's not fair.' Reaction to parking rules for papal visit

Many Center City residents are trying to figure what to do with their cars, after a surprise announcement about towing ahead of the papal visit. → Read More

Security zones, fence announced for Philly during pope visit

Mayor Michael Nutter announced security zones and a security fence that will be in place for Pope Francis' visit to Philadelphia in September. → Read More

Police look for signs of arson in deadly Parkesburg fire

Fire has claimed the life of a woman in her 30s, and authorities in Parkesburg, Chester County are looking into the possibility that the blaze was intentionally set. → Read More

Murdered Drexel grad likely knew her attacker, police say

We are learning more about the police investigation into the disturbing murder of a young woman who seemed to have everything going for her after graduating from Drexel University with a Master's degree just four weeks ago. → Read More

Video of arrest prompts Philadelphia police investigation

The Philadelphia Police Department has opened an Internal Affairs investigation after a video surfaced online allegedly showing officers repeatedly hitting 22-year-old Tyree Carroll during an arrest in April in Germantown. → Read More

Police, daughter turn to YouTube for clues in woman's death

Police in Gloucester Township, New Jersey produced their own YouTube video as the search continues for clues in a woman's mysterious death. → Read More

Sinkhole under electrical tower prompts concern in Bethlehem Twp., Pa.

Residents of a neighborhood in Bethlehem Township were alarmed when they saw a 5-foot deep sinkhole had opened at the base of a large electrical transmission tower. → Read More

Looking into the future on Eakins Oval in Philadelphia

It has been a mystery for everyone passing by Eakins Oval ever since a number of odd forms started taking shape 10 days ago. Action News got a sneak peek Friday. → Read More

Exterminator found guilty in murder of Children's Hospital doctor

An exterminator has been found guilty in the murder of a young pediatrician and researcher at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. → Read More

Suspect in Philadelphia cop shooting ID'd; officer recovering

Philadelphia police have identified the suspect who allegedly shot and wounded an officer late Thursday night in West Philadelphia. → Read More

Top cop in Millville, N.J. charged with DUI after crash

He was the top ranking officer in charge at the police station in Millville, New Jersey. Now Lt. Edward Zadroga is facing an uncertain future after he was arrested for DUI Sunday night outside a popular sports bar. → Read More

Minimum wage protests underway in Philadelphia, other cities

A nationwide call for action for a higher minimum wage got underway Wednesday, and the push included rallies in the Delaware Valley. → Read More

Coroner: Death of Lower Moreland couple ruled murder-suicide

The death of a Montgomery County couple has been ruled a murder-suicide. → Read More

Girlfriend charged with murder in death of Darby police officer

Delaware County Prosecutor Jack Whelan announced Tuesday that murder charges have been filed against the girlfriend of a Darby Township police officer, who was killed Saturday inside his Glenolden home. → Read More