PHILADELPHIA - A young woman charged with taking part in a group assault on a gay couple in Philadelphia told jurors she never struck the victims or shouted slurs at them.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Two men accused of beating a gay couple in a case helped solved by social media sleuths will avoid prison time under a plea agreement announced Thursday that outraged members of the gay community.
East Central Florida’s LGBT community will gather Oct. 24 at shade-covered Old Fort Park in New Smyrna Beach for the fourth annual Volusia Pride.
The 6th Annual LGBT Media Journalists Convening is scheduled for March 13-15 in Philadelphia. It’s not the first time that the city has hosted the event. LGBT journalists and bloggers gathered there for the conference in 2013.
Charles N. Sargent, who allegedly stabbed to death trans woman Diamond Williams, seeks the suppression of a statement he gave to Philadelphia police.
A police chief's daughter was convicted of assault Friday but acquitted of the most serious charges in a violent attack on a gay couple last year that prompted Philadelphia to expand its hate crime laws to include sexual orientation.
Jerry Zeft was so excited to move into his new apartment that he slept on an air mattress for nearly a week while he waited for his bed and other belongings to catch up with him. No matter that he's 70 years old.
Philadelphia police are still searching for answers in the brutal murder of a local transgender woman.
Philadelphia's incoming mayor and some organizers of the city's annual New Year's Day parade called for increased sensitivity on Saturday, a day after some participants mocked Caitlyn Jenner, were accused of harassing gays and painted their faces brown to portray Mexicans.
Nicholas D. Forte, a South Philadelphia gay man who was brutally assaulted outside Voyeur Nightclub, filed suit Nov. 5 against the popular night spot.
A judge last week refused to lower the bail for a former Voyeur staffer accused of attacking a gay man last month.
A union-management squabble that temporarily prevented SEPTA’s union workers from accessing workplace benefits for their same-sex spouses has been resolved.
The Campbell Foundation, a Fort Lauderdale based nonprofit HIV/AIDS organization, awarded a $75,000 grant to fund a team of researchers with Drexel in Philadelphia.
City attorneys last week filed a lengthy brief denying any wrongdoing in the case of Bobbie E. Burnett, a transgender city employee who alleges pervasive workplace bias.
PGN has filed a request for clarification with the state Office of Open Records, which recently ordered the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office to release dispatch records relating to the Nizah Morris case.
…and why the LGBT community should care
Viewers flipping channels on television during the presidential election cycle are likely to catch colorful, outspoken pundits discussing civil rights, income equality and culture wars—but we’re not talking about 2015, but 47 years ago.
The Commonwealth Court issued a long-awaited opinion Friday finding that the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority was not subject to Philadelphia's LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance.
The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office is appealing an order by the state Office of Open Records to provide certified copies of dispatch records pertaining to the Nizah Morris incident.
DENVER (AP) - The Denver City Council has stalled a lease for a Chick-fil-A restaurant at Denver International Airport, citing the company's reputation as an opponent of same-sex marriage.