Top Philadelphia news: Reopening plans expected to be pushed back; 2 stabbings near homeless camp

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Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Philadelphia.

City officials expected to push back move to next phase of reopening

The planned lifting of restrictions on indoor activities, like gyms and restaurants, probably won't happen as tentatively scheduled this Friday.

Read the full story on CBS Philly.

Lack of manpower, bad judgment calls led to Center City looting, police sources say

Philadelphia police sources describe a department in turmoil over the way it handled protests across the city.

Read the full story on CBS Philly.

2 stabbing incidents near homeless encampment under investigation

Police are investigating separate stabbings on Sunday near a homeless encampment in the city.

Read the full story on 6abc Action News.

Protesters in West Philly call for release of radical Black activists who ‘fought’ Rizzo

Protesters at West Philadelphia's Malcolm X Park kicked off the first of 13 public actions Sunday afternoon.

Read the full story on www.phillytrib.com.

At South Philly Barbacoa, chefs cook for a cause in series of summer pop-ups

The celebrated Mexican restaurant doubles as a community hub, lending its space to chef friends and activists.

Read the full story on Eater Philly.

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