iradiophilly Philadelphia's Internet Radio Community

Streaming Radio for Philadelphia
More Music. Fewer Interruptions. Just what you want to hear.

 
FOLLOW: FREE MOBILE APPS:
facebooktwitter Apple AppStore Google Play Store
   
News
Talk about what's in the news
  Listen LiveListen Live - New FREE Internet Radio Stations - We Are Philadelphia!  
 
 
Listen Live Listen Live - New FREE Internet Radio Stations - We Are Philadelphia!
 
 
Advertise With Us
 
 
     

THE POST | News | Sports | Culture | Business | Free Forum

 
The Post  
 
Body Pulled from Schuylkill; No Charges for Laundromat Owner; Black Lives Matter to Williams, Resign
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/27/17 2:51 pm | updated: 03/27/17 2:51 pm
 
The Philadelphia Police Marine unit pulled a badly decomposed body from the Schuylkill River this morning. A police boat recovered the body of a man around 10 a.m. near the 2500 block of Locust Street right along the Schuylkill River Trail. The medical examiner was called to the scene to help investigators determine race and age. An autopsy will need to be performed to determine cause of death. The investigation is ongoing.

Philadelphia police say that the laundromat owner who shot an armed robber and also hit a bystander yesterday in North Philadelphia will not be charged. The suspect will be facing charges. It happened around 4 p.m. Sunday on the 2900 block of N. Fifth Street. The suspect entered the store with a knife and demanded money. The owner handed over the cash, about $2000 according to the owner. He then grabbed his 5-shot revolver and chased the bandit out of the store. Once on the street, the suspect tossed the cash in the air which was then grabbed up by passers-by. The owner opened fire, emptying the gun, and hit the suspect, a 40-year-old man, twice in the back. A 52-year-old woman was also struck twice in the hand. Both were taken to Temple University Hospital. The suspect was in critical condition and the woman was in stable condition. The store owner does have a permit to carry the weapon. The incident was captured on surveillance video. See video below.

You can add Black Lives Matter supporters to the growing list of those calling for Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams' resignation. This morning, a small group of Black Live Matter protesters blocked traffic on the south side of City Hall in front of the District Attorney's Office at 3 South Penn Square. The protesters were led by Asa Khalif, a Black Lives Matter organizer. Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, Deborah R. Gross, chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association, and others have also called upon Williams to resign. Last week, he was indicted on federal corruption and bribery charges.

Sports
NFL owners approve Oakland Raiders move to Las Vegas.

Weather
This afternoon, cloudy, temperatures in the mid 60's in Center City


 
Listen Live! Everything from Bach to Rock, Philadelphia's Internet Radio Community
Choose from 20+ Internet Radio Stations today.
 
TOP STORIES
April 20/21 Playlist - Michael Tearson's ATTIC - Ordinary Normal - 04/22 5:03 pm

April 20/21 - Playlist - Michael Tearson's Marconi Experiment - Literature 102 - 04/22 4:51 pm

Marine's Procession from DE to NY; Aerosol/Firework Device Found in West Oak Lane; Register to Vote! - 04/22 3:49 pm

Good Samaritans Save Woman From Schuylkill; Kate Smith Statue Removed; Deadly Accident in Northeast - 04/21 11:44 pm

Jesus Christ Superstar to air this Easter Morning on iRadioPhilly Radio Stations in Philadelphia - 04/21 1:04 am

 
(0) responses
 

THE POST | News | Sports | Culture | Business | Free Forum

 
 

Welcome to iradiophilly! Philadelphia's Internet Radio Community

Welcome! Start listening now for FREE!  The music is always on, so choose a radio station and click to listen. You can find fun Events around Philly and you can list yours on our Events page FREE.  We will also promote cool Philly shows, events and fundraisers on the air FREE. There are also great opportunities to become a sponsor or advertise. iRadioPhilly supports the Philadelphia music and arts scene. If you are a local musician or performer, send us your stuff.  We will play it on our BYO radio station, Philadelphia's Local Stage. We're designing the radio stations and iradiophilly to reflect Philadelphia's music tastes, so we'll want your input. We're glad you're here. Invite your friends.

 
   
   
    FOLLOW: facebook twitter instagram gplus rss rss youtube
HOME | ABOUT | ADVERTISE | CONTACT | EVENTS | PHOTOS | PODCASTS | STATIONS | CONTESTS | SPONSORS | BUSINESSES/ORGs | SCHEDULE | SITEMAP | THE POST   © 2010-19 iradiophilly 501(c)(3)
    Site Design by Bananaland | Built by quadpain media