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Broad Street Runners Prepare, Corbett Changes Position on Marijuana, Fundraiser for Pizza Guy
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/02/14 8:56 am | updated: 05/02/14 8:56 am
 
40,000 people are going through their final preparations before Philadelphia's 35th annual Broad Street Run. The 10 mile run down Broad starts at Central High and finishes at the Navy Yard. Runners picking up race bibs today and tomorrow are reminded that bag checks will not accept backpacks in heightened security. Pre-race bag checks will only accept clear plastic bags.

Governor Tom Corbett has changed his position on marijuana. Corbett now supports a medical marijuana... Read More

 
 
Philadelphia Flood Waters Receeding, Democrats Clash, Kenney Bill Decriminalizes Pot
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/01/14 7:40 am | updated: 05/01/14 7:40 am
 
Peaking flood waters will recede this afternoon but not before causing havoc in homes, on the roads and mass transit around Philadelphia. We got more than a month's worth of rain in one day – close to 7 inches in some areas. Rising waters stranded cars and busses. Several people had to be rescued from floodwaters. Fortunately, there have only been minimal injuries (photo Jim Melwert).

Democratic candidates for Pennsylvania governor butted heads in a debate at the Free... Read More

 
 
Intruder Killed in Overbrook, Flood Watch, Jocelyn "Bonnie" Kirsch Back in Jail
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/30/14 8:40 am | updated: 04/30/14 8:40 am
 
A homeowner in Overbrook has apparently shot and killed an intruder during a home invasion last night. The 22 year old man arrived home and found four or five people in his house. One of them was killed in the confrontation. Philadelphia police report the homeowner was also shot in the leg but is expected to be okay.

Travel on the roads is treacherous today around the entire Philadelphia region. There is serious flooding and ponding on many roads around Philadelphia and New... Read More
 
 
Chester Woman Charged with Corporate Theft, Glenolden Girl on The Voice, Corbett Signs Death Penalty
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/29/14 7:10 am | updated: 04/29/14 7:10 am
 
A Chester County businesswoman has been charged with stealing over $1 million from her employer. Fifty Nine year old Joyce Hawkins was a senior level employee at ModSpace in Berwyn making $200,000 a year in salary. According to police, Hawkins authorized $1 million in payments to her non-profit organization, "Caring Hearts, LLC" over a 4 year period.

A singer from Glenolden is making a name for herself on the Voice. Audra McLaughlin is enjoying an impressive run on the singing... Read More
 
 
Jack Ramsay Dies, Comcast to Divest Subscribers, Holocaust Memorial at 50 Years
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/28/14 8:16 am | updated: 04/28/14 8:16 am
 
Philadelphia native Jack Ramsay has died. Jack Ramsay played for and then went on to coach the St. Joseph's University men's basketball team from 1955 to 1966. Ramsay became the General Manager of the 76ers and then coached the Sixers to three playoff appearances. Dr. Ramsay went on to coach the Portland Trail Blazers to the 1977 NBA title. He was a broadcaster for the Indiana Pacers, the Miami Heat and ESPN. Ramsay passed away this morning at his home in Naples, Florida. Jack Ramsay... Read More

 
 
NJ Fire Rages On, Chestnut Street Renovation, PA Rated Worst Bridges in US
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/25/14 8:37 am | updated: 04/25/14 8:37 am
 
A forest fire continues to burn in Ocean County New Jersey, the fifth fire that has swept through the pine barrens in the last week. Yesterday, the uncontained fire forced hundreds to evacuate their homes. In all 621 homes were evacuated during the alert from five separate fires.

Up to $70 million will be pumped into a renovation of the 1100 block of Chestnut Street. Redevelopment leader Brickstone Company has permits in hand to close sidewalks and build a complex of... Read More
 
 
Busker Sues For Right to Play, NJ Wildfire, Texting While Driving Citations Down
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/24/14 7:46 am | updated: 04/24/14 7:46 am
 
A 72 year old classically trained street musician has filed a civil lawsuit against the Reading Terminal market, the Pennsylvania Convention Center and at least two Philly cops. You may have seen Felix Wilkins, a busker, playing his Yamaha silver head flute at the Reading Terminal at 12th and Filbert. On January 19th security guards and police physically removed him from the area. However, Wilkins who carries a copy of the city’s public music ordinance, claims he has a right to be... Read More

 
 
We Need to Talk Podcast Celebrates Creative Philadelphia
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/23/14 4:15 pm | updated: 04/23/14 4:15 pm
 
Philadelphia has a new podcast showcasing interesting personalities around town. Hosts Levi Landis & Zach Stock mine their own storied past and scout out conversations with creative renegades in Philly and beyond.

We Need To Talk is a new Philadelphia-based podcast showcasing interviews with creative personalities. In an era of increasing availability of podcast programs for listeners, We Need To Talk's unique blend of unzipped spontaneity and crafted content stands above the... Read More

 
 
Chester Police Probe, U of Delaware Students Arrested, Schools Surprised by Drug Ring
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/23/14 7:30 am | updated: 04/23/14 7:30 am
 
The Chester Police Department is being investigated by the Delaware County District Attorney. Detectives served a warrant and are looking into evidence missing from the evidence room at Chester Police on East 7th Street. Apparently the allegation and complaint to the DA came from within the Chester Police Department.

Three University of Delaware students were arrested in connection with a home invasion and assault last weekend. Charges were files against Ayrton Doerr, Andrew... Read More
 
 
Nine Charged in Main Line Drug Ring, SEPTA K-9 Crash, West Chester Sex Assaults
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/22/14 7:34 am | updated: 04/22/14 7:34 am
 
Montgomery County authorities have filed charges against nine people in connection with the drug trafficking operation focused on distributing drugs to students at five high schools and three colleges on the Main Line. The "Main Line Take Over Project" was run by two former students of the prestigious Haverford School, Neil Scott and Timothy Brooks who would use sub-dealers at the schools to distribute marijuana, cocaine, hash oil and ecstasy.

Two people were injured last night... Read More
 
 
 
 
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