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SEPTA Fight On Video, Teens Sought; Trial for Ex-Penn State Pres.; First Day of Spring, Free Rita's
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/20/17 4:41 am | updated: 03/20/17 4:41 am
Philadelphia Police are looking to speak with a number of persons-of-interest related to a brawl that broke out in the Race-Vine subway station last week. It happened around 3:45 p.m. Thursday. The fight started as a snowball fight amongst teenagers before moving into the SEPTA Broad Street line station. The melee was caught on cell phone video. The video shows the teens punching each other and kicking and punching two men on the ground. So far police have spoken to three victims of the fight. They also want to talk with at least 8 other people involved in the fights (pictured). They are not calling them suspects, but rather combatants at this time. If you have any information or if you were a victim yourself, call SEPTA at 215-580-8111. Watch the video below.

The trial of former Penn State University president Graham Spanier is set to begin on Monday with jury selection in a Harrisburg courtroom. He is accused of covering up and not bringing forward allegations of sexual misconduct against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. Last week, former athletic director Tim Curley and former Penn State vice president Gary Schultz pled guilty to child-endangerment charges. Those pleas were for misdemeanor counts not felonies. They are expected to testify in the case against Spanier. Apparently, he was offered the same plea deal, but would rather fight the charges.

The first day of spring is officially here! The vernal equinox comes at 6:28 a.m. on March 20, 2017. Although there is still a bunch of snow out there, temperatures in the 50's and 60's today and tomorrow will help melt it away. In the longer range forecast, next week looks to be very seasonable with milder temperatures and some rain. There aren't any sneaky, late winter storms on the horizon at least. To celebrate the first official day of spring Rita's Water Ice will once again be giving away free water ice at all it's locations on Monday, March 20th from Noon-9pm. Be sure to get out to your favorite store and get a nice treat. Last year, they gave away 1 million cups of water ice. Find your closest location (or find a few to visit) at:

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