Top Philadelphia news: Almost 4,000 sub-standard tires seized at port; gun violence spike continues

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3,942 unsafe tires seized at Port of Philadelphia

Federal agents announced the seizure of nearly 4,000 tires that didn't meet safety standards.

Read the full story on 6abc Action News.

Philadelphia police officer hits pedestrian with car while responding to call

Officials said the officer was responding to a call for a burglary alarm when a man stepped off the back of his truck and into the path of the police car.

Read the full story on 6abc Action News.

New FOP 'help wanted' billboard causing controversy in Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police has put up some new billboards with a message against violence. But it's the one that's blasting the city's district attorney that's getting the most attention.

Read the full story on ABC Philadelphia, WPVI.

74-year-old woman shot as Philadelphia continues to deal with spike in gun violence

Authorities say the woman was shot on the 8500 block of Glen Campbell Road.

Read the full story on CBS Philadelphia.

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