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Naked Man Runs from Hospital to Lake; Voice Singer Found Dead; Teen Killed by Drunk Driver
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/08/15 8:11 am | updated: 06/08/15 8:11 am
 
A naked man led authorities on a chase through Lake Luxembourg in Bucks County. The man had been in the emergency room at St. Mary’s Hospital about 100 yards from the lake. It’s not clear why, but families picnicking by the lake got quite a show as the man lost his gown and swam about a mile before rangers were able to sedate the man with a syringe and pull him into a boat.

The Philadelphia street performer who was discovered and became a crowd favorite on TV’s The Voice,... Read More
 
 
Off Duty Cop Kills Robber; NJ Bill to Ban Smoking in Cars; Temple Professor Xi Pleads Not Guilty
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/05/15 8:43 am | updated: 06/05/15 8:43 am
 
An off-duty Philadelphia police officer shot and killed a would be robber last night at a Pizza Shop on Rising Sun Avenue. The off duty, plain clothes cop was ordering at the counter of Rising Sun Pizza Shop when two men entered the store, held a gun to his head, robbed him of $20 and told him to lie on the floor. When the thieves turned to rob the cash register, the detective got up, pulled his gun and announced he was a cop. A gun battle followed and one of the thieves was shot and killed.... Read More
 
 
Bus Driver Identified; Suspect Deserts 3 Year Old and Gun; Clay Boardwalk Bust Identified
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/04/15 6:24 am | updated: 06/04/15 6:24 am
 
A tractor-trailer and a bus carrying Italian tourists collided Wednesday on a highway in eastern Pennsylvania, killing three people and sending more than a dozen to hospitals, authorities said. Police identified the driver of the bus killed in the accident as Alfredo Telemaco, 54, of New York. The crash occurred yesterday morning on Interstate 380 in the Pocono Mountains. Police say the crash occurred after the tractor-trailer crossed into oncoming traffic.

Police are looking a... Read More

 
 
Narberth Man Pled Guilty to Peeping; Fundraiser for Firefighter's Family; Congress Questions Amtrak
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/03/15 9:26 am | updated: 06/03/15 9:26 am
 
A Lower Merion Township man has pleaded guilty in what investigators call one of the largest invasion of privacy cases they've seen. 38 year old Sean Moses of Narberth secretly recorded women and girls in department store fitting rooms, at the beach and through apartment windows. Sentencing is expected in September.

Firefighters will be waiting tables at a northeast Philadelphia restaurant to raise money for the children of the first female firefighter in Philly to die in the... Read More
 
 
Rainfall Records; Body of Penn Track Star Found; Aramark Named Merch Partner for World Meeting
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/02/15 8:37 am | updated: 06/02/15 8:37 am
 
Roads remain flooded around the Philadelphia area after Monday's cloudbursts set rain records for the first day of June. The National Weather Service says 1.96 inches of rain fell on Monday at Philadelphia International Airport, breaking an 1881 record of 1.58 inches. Records also were set in Wilmington, where the 3.80 inches were measured Monday and Atlantic City set a record with 2.22 inches of rain. The totals, which followed a dryer than normal month of May, do not include any rain that... Read More

 
 
Phillies Game Drone; Delaware Minimum Wage; App for Visitors to World Meeting of Families in Phila
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/01/15 9:19 am | updated: 06/01/15 9:19 am
 
A drone was confiscated at the Phillies game in South Philadelphia yesterday afternoon. Fans and security spotted the drone outside the third base gate at Citizen's Bank Park. The operator was instructed to bring it back to the ground and could face fines. FAA rules bar flying drones below 3,000 feet and within three miles of baseball or football stadiums with a seating capacity of at least 30,000.

A minimum wage increase is taking effect for workers in Delaware. The new rate... Read More

 
 
Sex Toy Vending Machine; Kelly Says McCoy is Wrong; New Stink Bugs Found in Shipment of Fruit
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/29/15 8:32 am | updated: 05/29/15 8:32 am
 
Underground Arts Club in Philadelphia is the home of the first sex toy vending machine. That's right. The vending machine is called Pink Box and you can buy a variety of different adult sex toys. Pink Box owners say the vending machine is for the shopper who doesn't feel comfortable going into stores that sell adult sex toys. Critics are concerned about where Pink Box vending machines will be located and their accessibility to children. Pictured: PinkBox co-owners Timaree Schmit (left) and... Read More

 
 
Lightning Strike Injures Broomall Man; Mayfair Shooting; Teachers Reject Archdiocese Proposal
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/28/15 6:23 am | updated: 05/28/15 6:23 am
 
A man is in the hospital after lightning struck in Delaware County. A father of three was walking his dog in Broomall shortly before 6 p.m. last night when a quick-moving storm formed overhead. As the man walked down the sidewalk and up his driveway, lightning suddenly struck and the man fell to the ground. Witnesses say the man was knocked unconscious after a flash and a thunderous clap. The man claimed he had tingling in his legs when he regained consciousness. Investigators say they... Read More
 
 
Boyd Plan Denied; Another Point Breeze Invasion; Girl Gets Probation In Deadly Pocono Accident
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/27/15 8:14 am | updated: 05/27/15 8:14 am
 
The interior of historic Boyd theater on Chestnut Street is exposed while demolition continues. Yesterday the architectural committee of the Historical Commission denied the proposed plan to build a residential tower, retail and restaurant space. One of the concerns is the plan to convert the foyer facing Sansom Street into a loading dock.

Philadelphia Police are investigating a possible attempted home invasion in the Point Breeze section of Philadelphia. The incident occurred... Read More

 
 
Hot in the City; Vote for Theater Liquor License; Poor Marks for Child Care Centers
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/26/15 7:34 am | updated: 05/26/15 7:34 am
 
After welcoming the unofficial start of Summer with a picture perfect Memorial Day weekend, the heat and humidity will get up to mid-summer form this week. The Heat Index will get into the 90's every day and some much needed rain will likely come in the form of late day showers and thunderstorms. Heat warnings are in effect this week. Find air conditioned space for relief.

The effort to restore and reopen the Lansdowne Theater got a boost last Tuesday when residents voted... Read More
 
 
 
 
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