The Daily Dec – Nov. 13, 2014

Photo: Mark Stehle

Photo: Mark Stehle


Philly man charged by rogue cops lost his home to DA’s civil forfeiture program – Isaiah Thompson, City Paper

Floyd may have gotten his good name back — but the D.A. didn’t give his family back its home.


South Philly neighbors rally against casino in their backyard – Bill Hangley, Newsworks

– The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is expected to approve a second Philadelphia casino at a meeting next week.


Dozens, including Councilman Johnson, protest violence at Bartram High – Kristen Graham, Inquirer

– Dozens gathered Wednesday on the steps of Bartram High – the Southwest Philadelphia school where a staffer was knocked out by a student last week – to make a plea: Help us fix this place.


Broken Windows: Neighborhood reconciles its past and future – Bob Stewart, The Spirit

Part of an ongoing series about the effect of methadone treatments on individuals and the neighborhood.


SEPTA now has its own team of cops-turned-data scientists – Juliana Reyes, Philly

Since he became SEPTA Police Chief two years ago, Thomas Nestel has been using data to run his department. Now he has his own team of data scientists, plucked straight from the SEPTA Police Department.


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