Top Philadelphia news: Man fatally shoots brother, father; gay bar blames 'hate' for closure; more

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Victim recalls being beaten, robbed by 3 women in South Philly

A victim of a brutal beating and robbery is speaking out after she was kicked and dragged outside of a South Philadelphia subway station on Jan. 16. The search continues for the three female assailants.

Read the full story on CBS Philly.

Man tells officers he fatally shot brother, father because they were possessed

Police say the man, who surrendered peacefully, admitted to shooting his 59-year-old brother and 83-year-old father after an altercation on Tuesday.

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Philadelphian, 2 University of Delaware students tested for coronavirus

Philadelphia health officials say the risk of infection to the average resident is very low. University of Delaware officials say the risk to the campus community remains low, and the announcement is being made out of an abundance of caution.

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A Gayborhood bar says it closed ‘due to hate' 

Boxers PHL opened in October 2014 at 13th and Walnut streets. Last week, the gay bar posted a notice on Facebook that it was “officially closed due to hate.” 

Read the full story on Philadelphia Inquirer.

City Council members, residents discuss solutions to gun violence

As the violence continues to spike, the Philadelphia City Council is trying to think outside the box to find solutions.

Read the full story on ABC Philadelphia, WPVI.

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