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Chris Christie Announces Atlantic City Plan; Fattah Not Paying Bill; Man Charged in Schuylkill Canal
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/26/16 6:58 pm | updated: 01/26/16 6:58 pm
 
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie returned to Trenton on Tuesday to talk about plans for a state takeover of Atlantic City. First though, the presidential candidate apologized to Mayor Patrick Rosenello of North Wildwood, whom he called a 'crazy mayor' for comparing the recent snow storm to Sandy. Christie was joined at the podium by Senate President Stephen Sweeney and Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian to announce that legislation will be developed that will give the state control over... Read More

 
 
Philadelphia Slowly Recovers From Storm; Roof Collapse at MontCo Zoo; Oil Spill in Schuylkill River
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/25/16 7:05 pm | updated: 01/25/16 7:07 pm
 
At a press conference this afternoon, Mayor Jim Kenney thanked Philadelphians for their patience as the snow cleanup is ongoing. He said that they hope to have all the streets plowed by end of day Wednesday, telling those on side streets that they are coming. Street parking will remain free tomorrow, Tuesday, at meters and kiosks but safety violations like parking in front of a fire hydrant will be ticketed. As for hydrants, Kenney is asking neighbors to clear out snow and ice from any... Read More

 
 
Blizzard of 2016 4th Largest for Philly; Philly/Catholic Schools Closed; No Monday Trash
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/24/16 9:33 pm | updated: 01/24/16 9:33 pm
 
The Blizzard of 2016 was one for the record books. The official number at the Philadelphia International Airport was 22.4 inches, making this the 4th largest snowfall in Philadelphia history. The two feet of snow around the region calls for a lot of shoveling, plowing, and snow blowing. Down the shore many towns are dealing with historic flooding and beach erosion that may rival Hurricane Sandy's damage. Snow emergencies are still in effect so don't park on those routes yet (Philadelphia's... Read More

 
 
Blizzard Warning Starts 7pm, 18-24in; Free Xfinity Wifi Hotspots; Officer Hartnett Out of Hospital
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/22/16 5:29 pm | updated: 01/23/16 3:35 am
 
A Blizzard Warning will now go into effect from Friday at 7 p.m. to Sunday at 10 a.m. The storm is coming in earlier and the National Weather Service has increased the expected snow totals in our area to 18-24". Philadelphia has declared a snow emergency starting at 9pm Friday night. All cars must be cleared from snow emergency routes by that time or they will be towed. SEPTA will shutdown most services starting at 4 am Saturday morning including Regional Rail, bus and trolley lines, and... Read More

 
 
Blizzard Watch Issued, Pennsylvania State of Emergency, Snow Storm Preparation/Cancelations
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/21/16 6:41 pm | updated: 01/21/16 6:43 pm
 
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has declared a state of emergency ahead of the impending winter storm to affect our area this weekend. This will allow state and local officials to respond quickly to deliver any resources and personnel across affected areas. The National Weather Service has now issued a Read More

 
 
ChesCo Man Kills Grandmother, Rapes Her and Mom; Threats to NYC/Philly Police, Suspect in Custody
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/20/16 7:45 pm | updated: 01/20/16 7:49 pm
 
A Chester County man is under arrest and charged with the murder of his grandmother and the attempted rape of both his mother and grandmother. 23-year-old Kevin Havelow returned home to the 100 block of Irwin Drive in Lower Oxford where they all live along with his sister sometime after midnight Tuesday. He had been out doing drugs with a friend and got into an argument with his mother. That's when he tackled her and tried to sexually assault her. With the sister's help, they fended off... Read More

 
 
4-Alarm Apartment Fire on Locust; Funeral Director Loses License, Big Fine; Chichester Schools Evac
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/19/16 7:45 pm | updated: 01/19/16 7:47 pm
 
A 4-alarm fire ripped through a 3-story apartment building in Center City this evening. It started around 5:40 p.m. at 2122 Locust Street near Rittenhouse Square. Around 20 people were evacuated from the building. The fire quickly grew going to 3-alarms at 6:28 p.m. and 4-alarms right after at 6:35 p.m. Firefighters had to deal with the frigid temperatures in the 20's and the brisk winds gusting up to 20. At times early on, several firemen were on the roof trying to cut through and vent.... Read More

 
 
Homeless Shelter Suspect Turns Self In; MLK Day of Service; Big Philadelphia Weekend Snow Storm
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/18/16 6:33 pm | updated: 01/18/16 6:34 pm
 
Philadelphia Police have identified the suspect wanted in connection with the shooting death of one homeless shelter worker and the injuring of another worker early in the morning on Sunday. It happened at the Station House Transitional Center on the 2600 block of North Broad Street around 6 a.m. Police were looking for 32-year-old John Brock who fled the scene after the shooting. He has multiple prior arrests and is considered to be armed and dangerous. He was wanted for killing... Read More

 
 
1 Dead, 1 Wounded After North Philly Shelter Shooting; Penn State Lockdown Lifted, Father In Custody
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/18/16 1:34 am | updated: 01/18/16 1:34 am
 
A man who had been evicted from a North Philadelphia homeless shelter returned on Sunday morning and opened fire, killing one employee and injuring another. It happened at 6 a.m. Sunday at the Station House Transitional Shelter on the 2600 block of North Broad Street. The man was evicted on Friday night because he was intoxicated. He returned on Sunday for his belongings and got into an argument with an employee. That's when he pulled a gun and started shooting. A 40-year-old victim was... Read More

 
 
Police Release Sketch of Suspect Wanted in 75-year-old's Shooting and Robbery
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/15/16 6:24 pm | updated: 01/15/16 6:24 pm
 
Philadelphia Police have released a sketch of a man wanted in the shooting and robbery of a 75-year-old woman on New Year's Eve morning in Northeast Philadelphia. It happened at 9:50 a.m. in an alleyway on the 7100 block of Montague Street. The woman was walking home from the grocery store when a silver or white Nissan Maxima pulled up beside her and the driver demanded her purse. When the woman struggled with the suspect he shot her in the face. He then grabbed the purse and drove off. He is... Read More

 
 
 
 
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