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Second Ebola Case in Dallas; Gonzalo Brings Storms; Senate Strikes Down SRC Proposal
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/15/14 8:17 am | updated: 10/15/14 8:17 am
 
A second health care worker in Dallas has tested positive for the Ebola virus. The worker had provided care for Thomas Eric Duncan who died from the disease on October 8th. The worker reported a fever and was immediately isolated at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. The worked was interviewed to identify other contacts for potential exposure,

We’re enjoying unseasonably warm temperatures again today. Enjoy it now, because things will turn ugly over the next 12... Read More
 
 
Ebola Death in Germany; NJ Men Nearly Struck By Space Junk; Catholic Shift on Gays
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/14/14 8:21 am | updated: 10/14/14 8:21 am
 
Ebola caused the death of a United Nations medical worker last night at a hospital in Germany. The 56 year old man was infected with Ebola in Liberia and died despite “intensive medical procedures” at the hospital. The man tested positive on October 6th and 41 other UN staff members who may have had contact with him are now under close medical observation.

Two New Jersey men were nearly struck and killed by space garbage falling from the sky. The workers at the Water... Read More
 
 
Woman Steals Prosthetic Leg; Archdiocese Targets 14 More Parishes; Cash For Phone Kiosks Approved
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/13/14 8:49 am | updated: 10/13/14 8:49 am
 
If you go to Eagles games, you may have seen Sonny. Sonny Forrest is a Viet Nam War Veteran who entertains fans from his wheelchair outside the Linc. Before last night’s game with the Giants, an intoxicated woman jumped into his lap, broke his microphone and stole his prosthetic leg. Sonny did make it into the game. The Eagles did crush the Giants. And Sonny’s leg was recovered near the Olney Transportation Center. Police are reviewing surveillance video to identify her.
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Ebola Joke On Philadelphia Plane; Schools Get Cash; Justice McCaffery Complaint
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/10/14 9:09 am | updated: 10/10/14 9:09 am
 
Ebola is nothing to joke about - especially on an airplane. A US Airways flight from Philadelphia to Punta Cana was delayed for two hours after a passenger yelled out that he had been to Africa and had the Ebola virus. Panic among some passengers followed as the plane was isolated on the runway and boarded by the CDC in hazmat suits (pictured) and removed the passenger. It turned out the man was joking. But the airline had to follow proper CDC procedure.

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Ebola Death in U.S.; Corbett Wolf Debates Finish; Record Breaking Fish
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/09/14 10:10 am | updated: 10/09/14 10:10 am
 
The first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States has died. Forty two year old Thomas Eric Duncan died in a hospital in Dallas, Texas just a little more than a week after he had been diagnosed with the deadly virus. Duncan brought the disease from his home in Liberia but did not experience symptoms until he got to the U.S. Health officials have quarantined and are monitoring dozens of people here who came in contact with Duncan before he died.

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Chaka Fattah Scrutiny; Students Protest SRC;Ebola threatens Woman and Dog
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/08/14 8:22 am | updated: 10/08/14 8:22 am
 
Democratic Philadelphia Congressman Chaka Fattah is being scrutinized by federal auditors and government watchdog groups who are following the money flowing through Fattah’s non-profit organizations. Three people with ties to his non-profits have been convicted of federal crimes. Fattah has denied participating in any illegal activity as he seeks an 11th term in office.

A group of Philadelphia high school students seized social media to organize a demonstration this morning... Read More
 
 
Fire in Delco Displaces 100; Bill Campbell Dies; SRC Bypasses Union Negotiation
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/07/14 8:43 am | updated: 10/07/14 8:43 am
 
100 people were forced from their apartments last night because of a fire. About 10:30 Monday night, fire crews were dispatched to the complex on the 100 block of Folcroft Avenue. Due to high levels of carbon monoxide, residents could not return to their units. The Red Cross opened a shelter for people who had nowhere else to go.

Bill Campbell, the legendary voice of Philadelphia sports for nearly 70 years, has died. Campbell called the championship win in 1960 when the... Read More
 
 
NJ Child Dies from Enterovirus; Eric Frein Manhunt Continues; Confederate Flag at Bryn Mawr College
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/06/14 9:06 am | updated: 10/06/14 9:06 am
 
A four year old boy in Mercer County New Jersey has died from Enterovirus D-68. Little Eli Waller died September 25th from what has been confirmed as New Jersey’s first death directly linked to Enterovirus D-68. Another child in Yardville Elementary School in Hamilton Township has also been tested and at a meeting at the school last night, parents were told that communication would be stepped up on the issue.

Eric Frein is still on the loose. The suspected killer of PA State... Read More
 
 
Schuylkill Boardwalk Open; Archdiocese Raises Money in Land Sale; Penn Doctor Quarantined
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/03/14 8:18 am | updated: 10/03/14 8:18 am
 
The Schuylkill Banks Boardwalk (pictured) opened yesterday. The $18 million floating concrete walkway is 15 feet wide and runs between Locust and South Streets. The walkway on the water is actually supported by pillars drilled into the river bed. The new walkway is sure to be a favorite new jogging path adding 8 miles to trails between the Delaware River and the Fairmount Dam.

The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has raised more than $56 million through the sale of land. Officials... Read More

 
 
Joe Clancy Leads Secret Service; Nutter Signs Pot Decriminalization; Reading Terminal Top Market
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/02/14 6:39 am | updated: 10/02/14 6:39 am
 
The new head of the President Obama's Secret Service is Havertown native and Villanova graduate, Joe Clancy. Clancy had been a member of Obama’s security team until he retired in 2011 and moved to lead security at Comcast. President Obama wants Clancy back as interim director of the Secret Service, recently exposed as vulnerable in breaches at the White House which caused Julia Pierson to resign yesterday.

Mayor Nutter has signed a bill that makes marijuana possession... Read More

 
 
 
 
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