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Missing Fisherman, Nurse Impersonator at St. Christopher's, Hero's $10,000 Reward Still Unpaid
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/05/13 7:38 am | updated: 04/05/13 7:38 am
 
The Coast Guard suspended the search last night for a fisherman lost in the ocean after his boat capsized. The commercial fishing boat was dredging for crabs when something happened causing the boat to sink. Three fishermen went into the water and after a distress call, nearby fishermen rescued two of the crew members from the water.

UPDATE: No trace of Cattlet has been found and the Coast Guard has suspended their search.

SEE ALSO: Missing... Read More

 
 
Student Honored Saved Police Officer, Rutgers Coach Firing Reaction, Mayor Nutter Veto of Sick Leave
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/04/13 7:31 am | updated: 04/04/13 7:31 am
 
In Upper Darby a student was honored for saving a police officer's life. Amanda Beale, a 23 year old grad student at Thomas Jefferson University helped to save 43 year old Radnor cop Anthony Radico who went into cardiac arrest while working out at Planet Fitness in Clifton Heights. Beale called 911 and administered CPR until emergency crews arrived. Beale received a commendation from Upper Darby Township Council.

Firing Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice was the right move say... Read More

 
 
New FBI Leader Coal Miner's Son, Rutgers Basketball Coach, Autistic Man Dies in Fire
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/03/13 7:32 am | updated: 04/03/13 7:32 am
 
Philadelphia's new top FBI agent is a coal miner's son from Wilkes Barre. When Ed Hanko was 12, his father took him deep into the dark mines below the earth and when they resurfaced, his father said, "Stay in school. Get a better job than me." Ed Hanko will oversee the eighth largest FBI division with 500 employees and agents covering half of PA and part of South Jersey.

The ESPN show, Outside the Lines featured video of Rutgers Men’s Basketball coach Mike Rice... Read More

 
 
Jersey Shore Ready – Almost, SEPTA Powerball Winner Charged, Union League Wants Golf Course
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/02/13 8:00 am | updated: 04/02/13 8:00 am
 
It may not feel like beach weather today, but Memorial Day is less than eight weeks away. So how is the post Sandy Jersey shore doing with the rebuild? There are homeowners still having nightmarish negotiations with insurance claims. However the Property Casualty Insurers of America say after a half million claims, 90 percent are settled for $6.8 billion.

One of the 48 SEPTA employees who won the $172.7 million Powerball jackpot last April has been charged after making threats... Read More
 
 
Murder Suicide in Spring Garden, Grand Jury Turnpike Report, Philadelphia Cherry Blossom Festival
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/01/13 8:04 am | updated: 04/01/13 8:04 am
 
Philadelphia Police are investigating a murder - suicide in the Museum Towers on 18th Street near Spring Garden. Apparently, the violence was a result of a domestic issue involving a 29 year old woman and a man. The incident happened shortly after 8 last night.

The grand jury report with allegations of corruption at the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is out and the new CEO is ready to deal with it. Mark P. Compton is reviewing the 85 page report supplied by Attorney General... Read More
 
 
Gypsies in Whitemarsh, Stolen Phillies Diamond Box Tickets, Facebook Addiction
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/29/13 4:46 pm | updated: 03/29/13 4:46 pm
 
Whitemarsh Police are warning residents to be on the lookout for gypsies. According to their statement, "Pennsylvania and the surrounding area have recently had an influx of transient Gypsy activity." They warn that the Gypsies frequently run scams and prey on the elderly and unsuspecting. So be extra cautious and contact police if you notice suspicious activity. View the Whitemarsh Township Crime... Read More
 
 
Phillies Back in Philly, Chink's Steaks Renames, LaSalle Loses Game Earns Respect
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/29/13 8:12 am | updated: 03/29/13 8:12 am
 

The Phillies are back in Philadelphia. After a Spring in Clearwater that showed the team has more pop at the plate and some questions on the mound, the Phillies are ready to play their final exhibition games at home, then get the season started. Tickets are available for tonight's game at Citizen's Bank Park against the Toronto Blue Jays.

Chink's Steaks is changing its name. The northeast Philly steak joint, named for its original owner, Sam "Chink" Sherman, will... Read More
 
 
Rescue from SEPTA Tracks, Philly Schools Need More Money, Sisters Claim They Helped Assault Victim
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/29/13 5:54 am | updated: 03/29/13 5:54 am
 
A man fell onto the tracks of a subway line in Philadelphia when the 63 year old inadvertently wandered off the platform at the Cecil B. Moore stop. Thanks to the bravery of Christopher Knafelc who saw it happen, the man is alive today. Knafelc notified SEPTA to stop the trains then jumped onto the tracks to administer CPR.

The cash strapped Philadelphia school system is requesting millions from the city and the state. In an effort to balance the budget, the district has... Read More
 
 
Fallen Officer's Baby Brad Fox Jr Arrives, Philly Arts Fest PIFA, Gosnell Abortion Trial Week 2 End
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/28/13 5:04 pm | updated: 03/28/13 5:04 pm
 
The family of fallen Plymouth Township police officer, Brad Fox, welcomed new baby, Brad Fox Jr. (pictured) to the world this week. Officer Fox was killed in September after a hit-and-run that killed him and injured his K-9 partner. Fox served two tours in Iraq and 7 years as a police officer. His wife Linsay and Brad Jr. are resting comfortably.

The Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts kicked off and runs through April 27th at various locations around the city. ... Read More

 
 
Zip Line in Roxborough, Burglaries in Lower Merion, Right to Die Bill in New Jersey
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/28/13 7:26 am | updated: 03/28/13 7:26 am
 
A plan to build a zip line in Wissahickon Valley Park has local residents concerned. The Fairmount Park Commission and the parks and recreation department have done their studies, however residents see potential problems with vandalism and excessive traffic.

Lower Merion Police have issued an alert to residents after 10 burglaries in the last week. In separate incidents, one house on Periwinkle Lane was hit for about $49,000 in valuables including expensive watches. In... Read More
 
 
 
 
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