Top Philadelphia news: 2 female officers reach deal with city; man shot, killed while driving; more

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Two female police officers reach deal with city after harassment claims

The women's civil lawyer said that a judge ruled that the hours and job assignments of the female officers must not change until their lawsuit is resolved. The attorney said he wants to prevent any possible retaliation for the women's complaints.  

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Philadelphia Orchestra names opening night replacement for Placido Domingo

The opera superstar was dropped after allegations of sexual misconduct.

Read the full story on Philadelphia Inquirer.

Man shot, killed while driving in Feltonville 

The victim was shot in the neck and the torso while he was at the intersection of Third Street and Hunting Park Avenue just before 9 p.m. Wednesday.

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Fallout from the Philadelphia standoff

Videos: the Philadelphia standoff with six officers shot; District Attorney Larry Krasner takes criticism; gun control and more.

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Free Library taken over by protesters

The Free Library of Philadelphia was taken over by protesters on Wednesday night. Demonstrators want the state to restore general assistance — the $200-a-month cash payments to the poor.

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