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Record Breaking Winter Storm; Lawncrest Triple Murder; Snow Emergency Continues Tonight
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/13/14 6:47 pm | updated: 02/13/14 6:47 pm
 
We are currently in the middle of the latest winter storm to dump significant snow on the area and this one has helped make history. After this morning's accumulations a 130-year-old record was broken. For the first time in history there have been four snowfalls over 6+ inches in one season. This season has also moved up into the top 5 all time snowiest winters at 53.1". (see below) After tonight's second round of snow, this year could slide up to the third snowiest season on record for... Read More
 
 
Comcast to buy Time Warner for $44.2 Billion
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/13/14 12:19 am | updated: 02/13/14 12:19 am
 
Philadelphia-based Comcast is expected to announce Thursday that it has reached an agreement to buy Time Warner Cable for $44.2 billion in stock or around $159 per share.

Currently, Comcast has around 22 million subscribers or 21 percent of the country's pay-TV homes. The acquisition would increase that customer base to 33 million subscribers or 33 percent, solidifying Comcast's spot as the top provider of cable television services.

The deal is still subject to... Read More

 
 
Winter Storm Emergency, Closures, Bans; Phillies Spring Training; Teen Girl Stabs Teen Boy's Heart
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/12/14 6:23 pm | updated: 02/12/14 6:23 pm
 
In anticipation of the major winter storm bearing down on our area, a snow emergency will go into effect as of 8pm on Wednesday night in the City of Philadelphia. This means that if you have parked your vehicle along those designated routes you must move your car or it will be towed. If your car has been towed, call 215-686-SNOW for its location. The PPA will offer parking at it's downtown garages at a special rate of $5 through the emergency. Similar snow emergencies have also been... Read More

 
 
Jamie Moyer and Matt Stairs Named Broadcasters; PPA Smart Cards Phase Out; Death Ruled Homocide
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/11/14 6:59 pm | updated: 02/11/14 6:59 pm
 
The Phillies and Comcast announced today that two former players from the 2008 World Series Championship team will be coming back to Philadelphia. Jamie Moyer and Matt Stairs will be joining the television broadcast team of Tom McCarthy and Gregg Murphy. Moyer played 26 seasons in the Majors earning 269 wins as a pitcher. He's a local product from Souderton, Montgomery County and he attended St. Joseph's University. Matt Stairs played 19 seasons of major league baseball. He is most... Read More

 
 
Request to Remove Tony Mack; Winter Storm Watch for Wed/Thurs; Reward Increased for Amber Long
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/10/14 6:06 pm | updated: 02/10/14 6:06 pm
 
The New Jersey Attorney General's Office has filed paperwork seeking to remove Trenton's mayor from office following his conviction of corruption last week. The request was filed Monday afternoon with the state Superior Court asking that Tony Mack be removed from of office, stripped of his pension and be barred from holding elected office in the future. Mack was found guilty of bribery, fraud and extortion charges last Friday. City Council President George Muschal would become acting... Read More
 
 
Trenton Mayor Tony Mack Guilty; 26 lbs Marijuana Found in DE; 100,000 PECO Customers Still w/o Power
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/08/14 6:45 pm | updated: 02/08/14 6:45 pm
 
Trenton Mayor Tony Mack and his brother Ralphiel have been found guilty in federal court in a plot to accept payments in exchange for approvals to develop a downtown parking garage. Tony Mack was convicted of official extortion conspiracy, attempted extortion, accepting bribes, mail fraud and wire fraud. Ralphiel Mack was convicted on the extortion and bribery counts but acquitted on the others. A third party, Joseph "JoJo" Giorgianni, a restaurant owner, plead guilty in the case last... Read More

 
 
Hugh Douglas will plead No Contest; Amber Alert Ahorrio Children Found; Man Stole Generator
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/07/14 6:27 pm | updated: 02/07/14 6:27 pm
 
Former NFL defensive lineman Hugh Douglas will plead no contest in a misdemeanor assault case in Connecticut. He is accused of assaulting his girlfriend at a Hotel in Hartford. Douglas' lawyer Corey Brinson says he expects his client to to plead no contest to a breach of peace charge in court on Monday in order to avoid a jail sentence. He was charged with with felony assault and strangulation last September. Douglas played from 1995-2004 for the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Jets, and... Read More

 
 
Villanova Power Heat Restored; Phillies Equipment Truck En Route; Fed State of Emergency Declared PA
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/06/14 5:24 pm | updated: 02/06/14 5:24 pm
 
Villanova University announced that electricity and heat have been restored to Main Campus, West Campus, and the Athletics Complex. Classes will resume on Monday, February 10th. Friday night's Men's Basketball game against Seton Hall will be played as scheduled. Yesterday, school officials were left to cancel classes for the rest of the week as a result of campus-wide outages and no timeframe for repairs. Buildings only have emergency generators for lighting and fire alarms. An emergency... Read More

 
 
Ice Storm Causes Widespread Damage; NJ Teen Sends Porn to Underage Girls; 6abc ZooBalloon Deflated
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/05/14 7:08 pm | updated: 02/05/14 7:08 pm
 
Last night's ice storm lead to widespread power outages, downed trees, traffic lights out, and closed roads today. A record number of people lost power across the area, upwards of 700,000. PECO officials warn that it may take a few days to get everyone's service back online. PECO has requested the help of 500 additional line crews from outside the region to assist with the work. Montgomery and Chester counties were some of the hardest hit. Abington Memorial Hospital had to switch to... Read More

 
 
ATV Rider's Body Recovered; Police Shooting in Oxford Circle; Snow, Ice, Rain, Again.
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/04/14 6:04 pm | updated: 02/04/14 6:04 pm
 
New Jersey State Police say that divers have recovered a body from a frozen lake in Woodland Township today. The body is believed to be the missing ATV rider that fell through the ice on Sunday. 25-year-old Philip Raimondo of Medford was riding his ATV near Route 70 in rural Woodland Township, Burlington County when he broke through an ice-covered waterway around 5:15pm on Sunday. Search efforts were suspended yesterday because of the weather. Police are still investigating.
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