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Tased Car Thief Escapes, Septa Employee Shot, Final Arguments in Clergy Abuse Trial
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/31/12 8:12 am | updated: 05/31/12 8:12 am
 
Philadelphia police are looking for a man who flipped a stolen SUV, fled on foot, got tasered by an officer, then stole another car and escaped. It happened early this morning in Spring Garden after police ran the tags on the SUV and tried to pull it over. After the driver was tased, he stole the car of someone who pulled over to help.

This morning a 52 year old Septa employee was shot three times in the head, neck and arm on his way to work. The shooting happened in Southwest... Read More
 
 
Center City Condo Evacuated, Penn State Confident in Future, City Council Wants Bike Lane Control
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/30/12 9:40 am | updated: 05/30/12 9:40 am
 
A water leak at Center City One condos on the 1300 block of Spruce Street in Philadelphia forced more than 200 people to be evacuated. A standpipe broke on the 28th floor and also caused a gas leak. No word yet on how long repairs will take.

Penn State president Rodney Erickson is confident that the school will emerge stronger after the Jerry Sandusky trial. Jury selection begins next week. Despite all the distraction, Penn State has set a record for student applications and... Read More
 
 
Two Surrender in Darby Shooting, Chicken Jerky Treats Killing Dogs, Bomb Threat at Courthouse
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/29/12 12:25 pm | updated: 05/29/12 12:25 pm
 
Two people have surrendered to police in connection with the accidental shooting of 12 year old Tahtiana Diggs in Darby yesterday. She was shot in the hip when an argument between neighbors erupted into gunfire. Joshua Singleton and Lynette Crawford are being held and a third person is being sought.

Chicken Jerky dog treats from China are believed to be linked to sickness and death of 1,000 dogs in the US in the last year. Federal health officials are urging caution while the... Read More
 
 
Gov. Christie Upset with Philadelphia Headline, Memorial Day Heavy Traffic, Sundrop Music Festival
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/25/12 8:58 am | updated: 05/25/12 8:58 am
 
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is upset the Philadelphia Daily News headline calling Atlantic City a "Tourist Death Trap." The headline refers to the murder this week of a mother and daughter from Canada. Christie says no matter how much security is in place, random acts of violence happen.

iRadioPhilly will be reporting live from the Sundrop Music Festival this Memorial Day Weekend at The Fire at 4th and Girard in Northern Liberties. 30 bands Friday night through Sunday... Read More
 
 
Washing Machine Boy Was in Care of Babysitter, Monsignor William Lynn Takes the Stand, Cell Tower Fi
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/24/12 8:42 am | updated: 05/24/12 8:42 am
 
No charges will be filed in the case of the boy stuck in the washing machine, but the woman in the video is a babysitter and the man is a boyfriend. The child's mom was at work when the incident happened and had no idea what happened until she saw the viral video.

Monsignor William Lynn has taken the stand and testified in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia clergy abuse case. He say he did everything in his power to ensure children's safety, but he followed orders given by... Read More
 
 
Child Stuffed in Washing Machine, Tax Free Airplanes, Comcast Joins Free Wifi Plan
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/23/12 8:02 am | updated: 05/23/12 8:02 am
 
It was a game of peek-a-boo gone wrong. In a Camden County Laundromat, a dad stuffed a 1 year old in a washing machine, closed the door and dizzying mayhem followed. The child was locked in as the machine spun and filled with water. The entire incident was captured on video. A worker cut the power and removed the child unharmed.

Thinking about buying an airplane? Pennsylvania is considering a bill that would extend sales tax exemptions for plane purchases and maintenance. ... Read More
 
 
iRadioPhilly Presents Sundrop Music and Arts Festival May 25-27 at The Fire in Northern Liberties
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/22/12 3:01 pm | updated: 05/22/12 3:13 pm
 
Philadelphia, PA - May 21, 2012. Indie Rock and Indie Folk fans in Philadelphia have plenty of reasons to stay in the city this Memorial Day Weekend. iRadioPhilly and The Fire have teamed to present Philadelphia's second annual Sundrop Music and Arts Festival. The weekend-long event will feature three days and two nights of the best multi genre music Philadelphia has to offer.

The Sundrop Festival daytime shows on the outdoor stage are FREE admission and open to all ages from... Read More

 
 
Green’s Property Tax Spreadsheet, Philly Cop Stealing From Toy Store, Monsignor William Lynn Defen
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/22/12 8:31 am | updated: 05/22/12 8:31 am
 
Philadelphia City Councilman Bill Green has posted a downloadable spreadsheet showing property owners how they are likely to be affected by Mayor Nutter's property tax proposal. Green is suggesting the tax burden be shifted to commercial properties. The spreadsheet is available at www.GreenForPhiladelphia.com

A Philadelphia Police Officer was arrested for stealing from a toy store. Internal Affairs conducted an... Read More
 
 
Arson Suspected in Frankford Fires, Abuser Priests Removed, Route 1 Repair Will Take 3 Months
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/21/12 8:55 am | updated: 05/21/12 8:55 am
 
Two fires in Frankford have Philadelphia police looking for as arsonist. The two fires were a block apart over the weekend in abandoned buildings. Neighbors had to be evacuated as firefighters doused the 2 alarm blazes.

Two Philadelphia priests have been found unsuitable for ministry. Monsignor George Mazzotta and Monsignor Hugh Campbell were alleged abusers. Mazzotta served at St. Madeline in Ridley Park and Stella Maris in Philadelphia. Campbell is already retired.Read More
 
 
Facebook Hits Wall Street, Fort Washington Apartment Condemned, Sundrop Music Festival
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/18/12 9:01 am | updated: 05/18/12 9:01 am
 
Facebook launched their Initial Public Offering on Wall Street's NASDAQ this morning. The biggest tech stock ever opened at $38 share valuing the company at $104 billion. Facebook is the hottest IPO since Google in 2004.

Residents of the Washington Tower Apartments in Fort Washington have been told that the building has been condemned by Washington Township. About 80 families were given 2 days notice of the eviction and have to move out by 1 pm today.

Memorial... Read More
 
 
 
 
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