Our important stories from the previous week included storm coverage, community resolve, a visit behind bars, women in sports, and reports of an angry bus driver facing charges. 

Powerful storms moving through the region meant WDEL was working hard to bring you team coverage of all the breaking reports in the aftermath, highlighted by WDEL's Mike Phillips hitting the streets (on a day he wasn't even supposed to be working!): 

A community came together to call for action and change in the midst of the city's ingrained gun violence epidemic, and WDEL's Amy Cherry was there to bring everyone their voices: 

WDEL's Mark Fowser went to prison to show you the changes being made to improve rehabilitative programs years after a deadly riot left a correctional officer dead: 

The strength and talent of Padua's athletic standouts were highlighted by WDEL's Sean Greene on National Girls & Women in Sports Day: 

A school transportation driver allegedly flexing his power against a bus full of kids is facing numerous charges for causing close to a dozen injuries. WDEL's DJ McAneny had more: