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Bomber Killed-Manhunt for Brother, Catastrophic Budget for Schools, Rutgers Settles With Coach Rice
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/19/13 8:25 am | updated: 04/19/13 12:28 pm
 
The city of Boston went on lockdown early this morning. One of the bombing suspects is dead and the second is being pursued. Schools are closed, mass transit has been shut down and people are being urged to stay home. The suspects are believed to have robbed a convenience store, shot and killed an MIT police officer. The shootout in Watertown, Massachusetts left one of the suspects dead and a massive manhunt is on for the other. The bombers are reportedly brothers from the Russian region... Read More

 
 
Texas Explosion and Fire, DelCo High School Fire, Penn State Man Arrested
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/18/13 8:58 am | updated: 04/18/13 8:58 am
 
An explosion and fire in Texas at a fertilizer plant fire has claimed the lives of as many as 15 people. The explosion leveled several blocks including a nearby nursing home in the town of West, Texas, about 20 miles from Waco. At least 160 people are injured and 50 to 75 buildings have been damaged.



Penn Wood High School in Lansdowne, Delaware County is closed after fires were set in multiple locations in what authorities believe is arson. Classes have been... Read More
 
 
Flyers Fan Loses Legs in Bombings, Bomb Parts Found, Philadelphia Running Clubs Show Support
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/17/13 8:27 am | updated: 04/17/13 10:19 am
 
A Philadelphia Flyers fan lost both his legs in Boston in the bombings on Patriot Day Monday. Twenty seven year old Jeff Bauman (pictured) who remains in critical condition, has deep family roots in the Philadelphia area. Bauman’s father grew up in Oaklyn, Camden County and lived in East Falls for a time. He also has family in Villanova. Despite living in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, Bauman remained a Flyers fan.

Federal authorities know more about the bombs used and... Read More

 
 
Doug Collins Not to Return to 76ers, SEPTA Fare Hearings, Abortion Doctor Trial
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/15/13 8:57 am | updated: 04/15/13 8:57 am
 
Philadelphia 76ers coach Doug Collins will not return for another season. He still has one year left on his contract worth $6 million. The Sixers are 33-47 and finish the season with two more games in Detroit tonight and Wednesday in Indiana.

SEPTA is beginning a series of hearings to raise fares system-wide. Hearings will be held in each of the five counties SEPTA serves. There will be 10 public hearings to discuss proposals to increase fares for the 2014 operating... Read More
 
 
SWAT Team Arrests Man After Shootout, Newborn Left Outside by Mother, Halladay Notches 200th Win
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/14/13 8:17 pm | updated: 04/14/13 8:17 pm
 
Philadelphia's SWAT team converged on a man allegedly barricaded inside his home Sunday. After a road rage incident at 13th and Wallace where shots were exchanged with a private security guard, the man fled to a home on the 800 block of Reno Street pursued by the guard. SWAT took the security guard into custody at the scene and permitted evacuated residents to return to their homes when they discovered the home was empty. The other suspect is still at large. His companions fled in a... Read More
 
 
Sugar House Casino Expansion, Sandy FEMA Deadline, Car and Home Theft in Linwood
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/11/13 11:40 pm | updated: 04/11/13 11:40 pm
 
Sugar House Casino is hoping to expand. Philadelphia's Casino has submitted a plan to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board calling for a shorter parking garage, more food and beverage outlets, a larger promenade and a new bike trail. The $540 million dollar expansion will be the subject of a hearing in May.

The last day for victims of Superstorm Sandy to register for FEMA disaster assistance is May 1st. Officials reiterate that FEMA assistance does not affect benefits from... Read More
 
 
76ers Doug Collins May Not Return, Firefighter Goodwin Laid to Rest, Ocean City Sink Hole
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/11/13 8:38 am | updated: 04/11/13 8:38 am
 
Multiple sources are reporting that the 76ers are hoping Coach Doug Collins decides not to return for the 2013-14 season. Collins has one year remaining on his contract. Nevertheless, the 76ers do not intend to extend the contract. Collins commented that he is completely focused on winning remaining games this season and has no comment about next year.

Today, Philadelphia Firefighter Michael Goodwin is being memorialized and laid to rest. Captain Goodwin died battling a fire... Read More

 
 
Lentil the Bulldog Pup with Cleft Palate, No Carnival in Hunting Park, Record Warmth
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/10/13 8:27 am | updated: 04/10/13 8:27 am
 
A 10 week old bulldog puppy was given up by its breeder because it was born with a severe cleft palate. The puppy, named Lentil (pictured) was adopted by Lindsay Condefer, the owner of Street Tails Animal Rescue in Philadelphia. Lentil has to eat through a feeding tube until old enough for a series of delicate surgeries. In the meantime, Lentil's Facebook page has over 50,000 Likes.

The carnival being planned... Read More

 
 
Free Krispy Kreme for a Year, 4 Year Old Shoots 6 Year Old, Atlantic City's $20M Ad Plan
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/09/13 7:45 am | updated: 04/09/13 7:45 am
 
A dozen free doughnuts every week for a year. That's the reward Krispy Kreme will give to Dr. Timothy Folkomer for being the first in line for today’s grand opening of its newest store in Havertown’s Manoa Shopping Center. Folkomer is a retired geologist and teacher who has camped out at new Krispy Kreme stores before. He donates most of his weekly free confections to a homeless shelter and other charities.

Last night a 4 year old Ocean County New Jersey boy shot a 6 year... Read More

 
 
Funeral Arrangements for Capt. Michael Goodwin, Background Check Expansion, Priests Removed
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/08/13 8:23 am | updated: 04/08/13 8:23 am
 
Funeral arrangements for veteran Philadelphia fireman Captain Michael Goodwin have been announced. Goodwin died battling a blaze in a Queen Village fabric store. Tuesday at noon there will be a memorial service at City Hall honoring Goodwin and two firefighters who died last year in a warehouse collapse. Viewings will be held Wednesday evening from 5 to 9 and Thursday morning from 9 to 10:45 at the Givnish Funeral Home on Academy Road.

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