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Fireworks Schedule for 4th; Knife Fight Near St. Michael's Fair; Oasis Manager Guilty
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/01/16 11:22 am | updated: 07/01/16 11:22 am
The fireworks show that provides the finale to Philadelphia's Independence Day festivities will be a bit earlier this year. The July 4th fireworks are scheduled to start at 10 p.m. Monday, after the Party on the Parkway and Wawa Welcome America! concert conclude. The 13 minute display has been pushed later in recent years because bands and music performances have run longer than scheduled.

Three teens were stabbed last night outside the Tullytown fair. Authorities in Tullytown are investigating an incident that sent several people to the hospital. Bucks County Police Departments responded to the St. Michaels fair for a report of a large unruly group of teenagers around 11:00 p.m. Three people were stabbed and two of them were taken to the hospital in unknown condition. Four individuals were taken into police custody.

It's been nine years since James Koons was left unconscious and bleeding in the parking lot of the Oasis Gentlemen's Club in Southwest Philadelphia. Now, a jury has found club manager John Pettit guilty of third-degree murder in Koons' death after a single punch to the head. The Common Pleas Court jury of six men and six women worked about two hours after getting the case late Wednesday before reaching a verdict.

The Phillies are home tonight with the Kansas City Royals.

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Isolated thunderstorms today. 87 in Center City.

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