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SEPTA Still Working, Heavy Rain Postpones Phillies Opener, New Rules at City Pools
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/07/14 8:14 am | updated: 04/07/14 8:14 am
 
The Transit Workers Union Local 234 has decided to continue to work while they negotiate with SEPTA over new contracts. So the busses, trains and trolleys will continue to roll, at least for now, as SEPTA employees keep on working. One of the sticking points is the length of the new contract. The Union wants 2 years. SEPTA would like a longer term.

Heavy rain is expected all afternoon and tonight across the Philadelphia area. There’s a pretty good chance you’ll hear... Read More
 
 
SEPTA Talks to Avoid Strike, Bartram High Violence, Close Replays Shown at Phillies Games
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/04/14 8:26 am | updated: 04/04/14 8:26 am
 
SEPTA is reporting progress in talks with unions to avoid a possible shutdown on Monday. The sides are discussing a 2 year deal. If a deal is not reached, a shutdown of nearly all mass transit in Southeast Pennsylvania could happen Monday. If a strike happens, only the Regional Rail, Para-Transit and University Loop would remain in service.

More violence at Bartram High School in Philadelphia has led to the addition of four more police officers and veteran troubleshooter,... Read More
 
 
Suspect Fires on Philly Police, Mantua Man Dies in Cambodia, Corbett Health Plan
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/03/14 8:31 am | updated: 04/03/14 8:31 am
 
Philadelphia police have apprehended a suspect who opened fire on them overnight at 69th and Walnut in Upper Darby. The suspect had been driving erratically. When he was pulled over, the man fled on foot after firing shots and dropping the gun, but the police did not return fire and were able to catch up with him. The suspect has an active arrest warrant for a prior violent crime. No injuries were reported.

A Gloucester County New Jersey man died last weekend while travelling... Read More
 
 
DeSean Jackson a Redskin, Chinatown Wall Art Collapse, Prison Orchard Project
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/02/14 8:05 am | updated: 04/02/14 8:05 am
 
DeSean Jackson is no longer a Philadelphia Eagle, but he is not leaving the NFC East. Jackson has agreed to a three year deal with the Washington Redskins. That means the Eagles will have to face the speedy wide receiver twice a year. Forbes reports Jackson’s new salary will be $24 million over 3 years.

A decorative wall collapsed in Chinatown overnight forcing the evacuation of tenants from an adjoining apartment building, but no one was injured. The wall had a brightly... Read More
 
 
Shooter Sought in Teen Murder, Comcast Reorganizes, DA Investigates Inmate Death
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/01/14 8:55 am | updated: 04/01/14 8:55 am
 
Police believe they know the trigger man in connection with the murder of a teenager. They are looking for 23 year old Sergio Santiago, believed to have gunned down Joey Antonia Flores inside a third floor apartment on the 1600 block of Wallace Street. Police are asking for witnesses to come forward.

Comcast continues to reorganize at the top executive level of management. Michael Sheehey has been named executive vice president for business development focusing on building a... Read More
 
 
Phillies Opening Day, HealthCare.gov Deadline Midnight, Bucks County Senior Games
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/31/14 8:17 am | updated: 03/31/14 8:17 am
 
It's opening day for the Phillies. The experts are not expecting much from the Phils this season, but local optimists believe this team could surprise some people if they stay healthy. Cliff Lee takes the mound in this first interleague matchup in Texas with his former team, the Rangers.

Today at midnight is the deadline to sign up for new private health care. You can sign up online at HealthCare.gov or your state insurance exchange. You can also sign up by phone by calling... Read More

 
 
Woman Charged in Prescription Fraud, Annoying Sound to Protect Philly Rec Centers
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/28/14 8:21 am | updated: 03/28/14 8:21 am
 
A Philadelphia woman has been charged with 257 counts of fraud for stealing doctors' identities and using them to fill phony prescriptions for narcotics. Forty-four year old Jaqueline Bernard of Northeast Philadelphia was picked up by the Attorney General's Narcotics Force and the Philadelphia Task Force. Kathleen Kane says prescription drug overdoses have reached full blown crisis status for families and communities across Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia playgrounds and recreation... Read More
 
 
Pope Gets Invitation to Philly, City Population Up Again, Homeless Recovery Center Opens
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/27/14 8:00 am | updated: 03/27/14 8:00 am
 
Governor Corbett, Mayor Nutter and Archbishop Chaput arrive back home today after a visit to Rome where they got a couple of minutes with Pope Francis. Mayor Nutter presented Pope Francis with a St. Joe's t-shirt. The Philadelphia contingency invited the Pope to visit the city of brotherly love next year during the World Meeting of Families here.

Philadelphia's population grew again last year to 1,553,165. According to census data, that's 4,518 more people than the prior year... Read More

 
 
No Private Meeting with Pope, Brick Assault Suspects in Custody, Temple Replaces Spring Fling
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/26/14 6:57 am | updated: 03/26/14 6:57 am
 
There will be no private meeting with the Pope. Governor Corbett, Mayor Nutter and Archbishop Chaput are in Rome and hoped to meet privately with the Pope and try to convince him to come to Philadelphia next year for the World Meeting of Families. Instead, they hope to have a brief conversation with the Pope at a public meeting in St. Peter's Square.

Several girls are now in custody in connection with the brick attack on three female Temple students Friday evening. Yesterday... Read More
 
 
Temple Brick Assault Video, Winter Snow 17, Kane Fires Press Secretary
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/25/14 9:22 am | updated: 03/25/14 9:22 am
 
Philadelphia Police have released video of suspects in the assault on two Temple students where female victims were attacked with bricks and attempted robbery. The attack happened on North 17th Street near Temple campus. Police are hoping the public can help identify the suspects. Watch the video below:



The winter that just won’t go away is giving us snowfall number 17. This is a winter for the record books. Before this storm passes overnight, it will leave... Read More

 
 
 
 
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