More Murders, Fewer Solutions In Philly Last Year; Drug Killings Up 55%

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More people are getting killed in Philadelphia, and fewer of those killings are getting solved, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. After two years of historically low homicide numbers, Philadelphia, like many other U.S. cities, saw its murder total climb. There were 277 murders last year, a 12 percent increase from 2014. The rate at which homicides
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