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Trees Replace Paterno Statue, Lower Merion Boy Stabs Dad, Gang Recruitment Crime Legislation
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/30/12 4:55 pm | updated: 07/30/12 4:55 pm
 
Over the weekend, trees were planted in the spot where Joe Paterno's statue once stood outside Penn State's Beaver Stadium. Last weekend the Paterno statue came down in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal and the investigation's conclusion that Paterno was involved in collusion to cover it up.

A 10 year old boy stabbed his 33 year old father in the neck Sunday night in Ardmore, Lower Merion Township. The father is in Paoli Hospital and the boy is in the... Read More
 
 
Camden Ties Murder Record, Another Water Main Break, Roof Collapse at K of P Mall
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/30/12 8:45 am | updated: 07/30/12 8:45 am
 
The City of Camden has tied a record that it is not proud of. There was another deadly shooting overnight bringing the total number of murders for the month of July to 12. That ties the record for the month and there are still 2 days left. Camden is pushing to adopt a county wide police force which could put 400 officers on the street.

Another water main broke overnight in Philadelphia flooding streets in Northeast Philly. The Philadelphia Water Department shut the water down... Read More
 
 
Sandusky Victim Sues Penn State, Thunder and Lightning Storms, Hepatitis C Investigation at Temple
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/27/12 8:06 am | updated: 07/27/12 8:06 am
 
Jerry Sandusky's shower victim has filed a lawsuit against Penn State. The victim's lawyers also released two voicemails Sandusky left for the victim just prior to Sandusky's indictment last year. In both messages, Sandusky tells Victim #2 that he loves him and in one message invites him to a Penn State football game

Thunderstorms and wind gusts to 60 mph last night took down trees and power lines in the Philadelphia region. About 23,000 PECO customers lost power during a... Read More
 
 
Sandusky's Victim 2 to Sue, Voice Mails Out, Another Oxford Complaint, Hepatitis C Investigation
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/26/12 4:52 pm | updated: 07/26/12 4:52 pm
 
Jerry Sandusky?s shower victim has filed a lawsuit against Penn State. The victims lawyers also released two voicemails Sandusky left for the victim just prior to Sandusky's indictment last year. In both messages, Sandusky tells Victim #2 that he loves him and in one message invites him to a Penn State game

Another grievance over disabled students has been filed against Oxford Area High School Principal, David Madden. Todd Shelly suffers from cystic fibrosis. His parents... Read More

 
 
Colorado Suspect Sent Warning, Travel Agent Sentenced, New Superintendent Salary Approved
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/26/12 7:55 am | updated: 07/26/12 7:55 am
 
The accused gunman in the Colorado theatre shooting sent a notebook filled with details about how he was going to kill people to a University of Colorado psychiatrist. Unfortunately, the note book was not found until three days after the shootings. The notebook had been sitting in the mailroom, undelivered.

A 75 year old travel agent from Elkins Park will get a trip himself. Five years in prison. John Baird owned and operated Christian Pilgrim Tours that sold trips to holy... Read More
 
 
Company to Pay Philadelphia Over False Claim, Voter ID Testimony, Verizon Outage, Phillies Sweep
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/25/12 5:26 pm | updated: 07/25/12 5:26 pm
 
Philadelphia will receive $1.85 million dollars from a company that claimed to be minority owned, but was not. Corizon Health Inc., formerly Prison Health Systems provided pharmaceuticals to the prison system claiming that they were a woman owned business in order to win the contract. Philadelphia's inspector general, Amy Kurland found out that the named company on the contract did no actual work. The out of court settlement is meant to deter others bidding for city work from attempting a... Read More

 
 
Jeffrey Gaines Interview on iRadioPhilly Today
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/25/12 12:27 pm | updated: 07/25/12 12:27 pm
 
Recently I had the chance to sit down backstage for a Corner Table conversation with singer/songwriter Jeffrey Gaines. You can catch the interview in its entirety today (7/25) on iRadioPhilly's BYO radio station at at 3 pm.

Jeffrey is a very interesting guy. Originally from Harrisburg, Jeffrey Gaines now calls Philadelphia his home. He started out as a posing hard rocker in high school bands and eventually grew into the powerful,... Read More

 
 
Home Invasion Double Murder, PA Voter ID Goes to Court, Charter Scool Founder Indicted
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/25/12 7:34 am | updated: 07/25/12 7:34 am
 
Two teenage boys were murdered in a home invasion in West Philadelphia last night. A gunman entered the home and started shooting about 7 o?clock and shot 17 and 13 year old brothers in what police believe is a drug related.

Pennsylvania's voter ID law heads to court today. Civil liberties groups are trying to block the requirement that Pennsylvanians show photo ID at the polls. They argue that the law is too tough and will disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of voters who,... Read More
 
 
Nutter Wants Infrastructure Funds, Lynn Sentenced 3 to 6, Charter School Founder Indicted
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/24/12 4:30 pm | updated: 07/24/12 4:30 pm
 
Mayor Nutter is pointing at the massive sink hole and damage created by the water main break this week as evidence the city of Philadelphia needs more federal infrastructure dollars. The 100 year old water main eruption forced the evacuation of residents for blocks and the resulting water damage has many homeowners now trying to recover from insurance companies. On average Philly's water pipes are 70 years old.

Monsignor William Lynn was sentenced today for his part in the... Read More

 
 
Father James Brennan Re-Trial, West Oak Lane Home Invasion, NJ Cop Suspended For Cyber-Stalking
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/24/12 7:43 am | updated: 07/24/12 7:43 am
 
Accused priest, Father James Brennan will be retried in the attempted rape of a 14 year old boy back in 1996. Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams wants to hold Brennan accountable for what he did. In June, the jury was deadlocked on the Brennan charges.

A deadly home invasion in West Oak Lane last night played out in front of the 84 year old homeowner. A woman knocked on the door saying she needed to use the phone. When the door was opened, two men pushed into the... Read More
 
 
 
 
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