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New Duck Boat Video Released shows More Details
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/01/12 6:43 pm | updated: 05/01/12 6:43 pm
 
Attorneys for the two Hungarian students who were killed in the collision accident in July 2010 between a tugboat pushed barge and a stranded tourist Duck Boat, have released a new video of the event that they say contains disturbing details of what actually happened.

Attorney Robert Mongeluzzi explains that the video clearly shows the duck boat's captain jumping ship off the bow moments before the crash, while the rest of the 35 passengers were left still struggling to put on... Read More
 
 
May Day Occupy Philly Demostrations, Mayor Nutter Wants Second Casino
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/01/12 2:54 pm | updated: 05/01/12 2:54 pm
 
'May Day' brought out a hundred or so Occupy protestors in Center City today. Starting out at the Wells Fargo at 17th and Chestnut around noon then moving through the streets they blocked traffic for a while at 18th and Walnut. They were under the watchful eye of Philadelphia Police the entire time, who had wagons lined up in case they needed to make mass arrests. Those proved to be unnecessary here in Philly. This coincided with protests around the country for May Day, the International... Read More
 
 
Sunoco Being Acquired, Temple Burglary Victim Arrested For Drugs, Worker Electrocuted and Falls
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/30/12 2:25 pm | updated: 04/30/12 2:25 pm
 
Sunoco Inc. is being acquired for $5.3 billion by a Texas pipeline company, Energy Transfer Partners of Dallas. Sunoco will maintain it's headquarters in Philadelphia after the merger, but will still be exiting the refinery business in this area as planned.

One of the Temple University students whose home was invaded and robbed last night by three masked men has been arrested. He was the victim but now he is in custody on drug possession charges because of what police found in... Read More
 
 
Injured Bald Eagle Recovering Well, Cherry Hill Teacher Put on Leave
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/28/12 8:18 am | updated: 04/28/12 8:18 am
 
The injured Bald Eagle found in a Broomall parking lot on April 17 is recovering well, but not 100 percent yet. The large bird was found by a maintenance man emptying the trash barely alive, but still breathing. It turns out the bird had been shot, then apparently hit by a car, and had lead poisoning. Case no. 0442 is now being treated at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education in Roxborough, where it can now stand but is still disoriented and can't yet fly in the outdoor flight cage... Read More
 
 
Saturday is Drug Take-Back Day, Kermit Gosnell pleads not guilty, Villanova Women win DMR
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/27/12 12:16 pm | updated: 04/27/12 12:16 pm
 
Tomorrow is National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. Expired and unwanted medications pose threats both to abusers and the water supply. Never flush drugs and if you dispose in the trash, do so in a plastic bag with coffee grounds or kitty litter. The safest way is to use the Take Back program. Supermarkets, churches, municipal buildings and police stations are among the places taking part, under police supervision. Read More
 
 
$172.7 Million Powerball Won by SEPTA workers, Police Text Tip line, Tire Slasher Bail at $270,00
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/26/12 5:55 pm | updated: 04/26/12 5:55 pm
 
The $172.7 million Powerball jackpot from 4/25/12 was sold at a newsstand in The Gallery at Market East in Philadelphia. The winner? Well it's actually winners. The ticket belongs to a group of SEPTA transit workers consisting of about 40 members. The co-workers buy tickets together all the time and work on the same floor. Happy hour is going to be fun tonight! The winning numbers were 04-25-29-34-43, plus the red Powerball, 29.

Last night at Philly Tech Week's Switch Philly... Read More
 
 
Bruce Springsteen to Play Citizen's Bank Park Labor Day Weekend; Not Revel in Atlantic City
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/15/12 4:28 pm | updated: 04/26/12 7:15 am
 
Bruce Springsteen has added a few more North American shows to his "Wrecking Ball" tour for this fall. This includes a September 2nd date at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia over Labor Day weekend.

He'll also be playing in Boston, Washington, DC, Chicago, and East Rutherford, NJ.

Bruce Springsteen Tour Dates

However, Springsteen is NOT going to be playing in Atlantic... Read More

 
 
Police Arrest Northeast Philly Tire Slashing Suspect
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/25/12 4:16 pm | updated: 04/25/12 4:16 pm
 
Police in Northeast Philadelphia have arrested a suspect, David Toledo, who lives on Aldine Street in Mayfair. That is the same street that bore the brunt of the attacks. David also belongs to the Aldine/Teesdale block watch group that was setup after the rash of attacks began. Toledo himself reported acts of tire vandalism to his own car and his wife's vehicle to the police, and talked to several media outlets during coverage of the attacks about being terrorized by the slasher and not knowing... Read More

 
 
Rabid Animals in Delco, Valentino Gary Jr. Pleads Guilty, Asante Samuel Traded to Falcons
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/25/12 3:53 pm | updated: 04/25/12 3:53 pm
 
It seems like the wild animals have gotten spring fever. Upper Darby is on the lookout for a raccoon who bit a 15 year old girl on the leg. The victim was staying overnight at her boyfriend's parents' and woke to use the bathroom when the raccoon who had climbed in the house bit her on the leg and ran. In Wayne, authorities tracked down a man who found an injured red fox along Lancaster Ave, but left without giving his info. The fox was determined to have rabies, and the man, though not bit ,... Read More
 
 
Beach Boys preview their first new single in 20 years; "That's Why God Made the Radio"
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/24/12 5:02 pm | updated: 04/24/12 5:02 pm
 
The Beach Boys have just unveiled a clip of "That's Why God Made the Radio," the first single off their reunion album. The album of new material is due to hit shelves on June 5th. The group split up in the late 1990s and toured separately. Last year, they put any animosity off to the side and reunited for a tour. They've spent the last few months at a Los Angeles studio working on their new album. This new album and summer tour is for their 50th Anniverary. They play the Susquehanna Bank Center... Read More
 
 
 
 
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