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$20k Reward in Shooting of Comedian; Philly Case Counts Have Dropped; Mini Mart Machine Set on Fire
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/29/20 11:56 pm | updated: 12/30/20 12:00 am
 
Philadelphia Police are searching for a suspect wanted for killing an aspiring comedian and rapper on the streets of Overbrook on Christmas Eve. It happened around 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, 12/24, on the 1800 block of Wynnewood Road. 20-year-old Dyewoo Scruggs was walking along the road and recording a social media post when he was gunned down. Officials released surveillance video of the suspect approaching Scruggs from over a block away before he shot at least 15 times. The suspect then... Read More

 
 
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Officers ID'd in Kensington Christmas Shooting; Tacony-Palmyra Bridge Crash; Two Shot in SW Philly
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/29/20 1:59 am | updated: 12/29/20 1:59 am
 
Police have officially identified 43-year-old Jesus Perez as the man shot and killed by police early Christmas morning after he opened fire on a crowd in Kensington. Perez's 15-year-old son, Jeremy Perez, was shot and killed and his 17-year-old nephew, Giovanny Capulin, were wounded by his gunfire. Philadelphia police have identified the two officers involved as 39-year-old Timothy Strano, a six-year veteran, and 45-year-old Leggie Thompson, a 9-month rookie. The officers arrived on the... Read More

 
 
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Dead Whale Buried at Barnegat Light; Carbon Monoxide Exposure in Delco; Allentown Water Main Break
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/28/20 5:22 pm | updated: 12/28/20 5:22 pm
 
A frozen-solid dead humpback whale washed ashore on a beach in Ocean County on Christmas Day. The 31-foot, 15-ton was found on the beach in Barneget Light on Long Beach Island near the Barneget Inlet. Bon Schoelkopf, co-director of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center, said that the cause of death is unknown, but there are no signs of physical injury. The animal may have gotten ill. Usually a large whale like this would be cut into pieces and removed from the beach for study, but because... Read More

 
 
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Trump Signs COVID Relief and Government Spending Bill; Logan Row Home Fire; DE Teen Freed From Mud
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/27/20 10:39 pm | updated: 12/27/20 10:39 pm
 
President Donald Trump signed the $900 billion pandemic relief measure and $1.4 trillion government funding bill on Sunday evening, 12/27. The signing will avert a government shutdown and continue unemployment benefits for millions. Trump did not want to sign the relief bill, complaining that the one-time direct payments of $600 were not enough. He wanted them to be $2,000. The President also criticized a number of non-coronavirus related 'pork' measures contained in the legislation. He... Read More

 
 
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Police Shoot Gunman in Deadly Incident; Stray Shots Hit Kids in Germantown; Christmas Tree Recycling
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/26/20 11:42 pm | updated: 12/26/20 11:42 pm
 
Philadelphia Police are investigating a shooting incident early Christmas morning that left two dead and a third injured in Kensington. It happened around 12:30 a.m. on the 3300 block of Emerald Street. Two police officers responded to a call for a fight over a parking spot. A crowd had gathered and there was pushing and some punches. A 43-year-old man then fired into the crowd. A 15-year-old boy and a 17-year-old boy were struck. The police then opened fire on the the suspect hitting... Read More

 
 
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Mummer's Canceled, Protest Instead; Man Killed in Crash; Wolf Proposes $145M Deal; Gritty OK at Game
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/23/20 4:02 pm | updated: 12/23/20 4:02 pm
 
The Mummer's Parade is officially canceled this year, but some revelers are planning to hold a New Year's Day 'protest' parade on 2nd Street in South Philly instead. In July, Philadelphia issued a moratorium on all large scale public events through February 2021. The Mummer's Parade has been held annually since 1901. Despite the official canceling of the event, many will be taking to the streets and exercising their first amendment rights. Several thousand people have responded to a... Read More

 
 
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Philly Extends Restrictions to Jan 15; Suspects Wanted in 12yo's Murder; Trump Disses COVID Package
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/23/20 2:34 am | updated: 12/23/20 2:34 am
 
Philadelphia officials announced on Tuesday, 12/22, that current 'Safer at Home' coronavirus COVID-19 restrictions will be extended two weeks from January 1, 2021, to at least January 15. This includes restrictions on Indoor dining, Indoor gatherings and events, Theaters, Casinos, Colleges, Indoor organized sports. "We have made progress and saved lives with our Safer at Home restrictions," said Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley. "Now we need to be very careful with how we allow... Read More

 
 
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Delco Man Voted as Dead Mother; Murder Charge in Missing Amish Teen Case; NJ Use of Force Policy
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/21/20 11:32 pm | updated: 12/21/20 11:41 pm
 
A Delaware County man is accused of election fraud and illegal voting using his dead mother and mother-in-law's names. 70-year-old Bruce Bartman of Marple Township is charged with two counts of perjury and one count of unlawful voting. Bartman used the online voter registration website to register his deceased mother, Elizabeth Bartman, who died a decade ago, as well as his mother-in-law, Elizabeth Weihman, who died in 2019. He registered them both as Republicans. Bartmen requested a... Read More

 
 
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Congress Agrees on Relief Bill, #SaveOurStages Act; Deadly Northeast Car Crash; Kensington Shootings
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/21/20 12:27 am | updated: 12/21/20 12:27 am
 
Congressional leaders have signaled that they have reached agreement on a new COVID-19 relief bill on Sunday evening, 12/20. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeted, "Congress has just reached an agreement. We will pass another rescue package ASAP. More help is on the way." Both the Senate and the House are expected to vote on the $900 billion bill on Monday, 12/21. The bill will provide a direct payment of $600 to most Americans. Payment amounts will taper starting at $75,000... Read More

 
 
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First Wawa Drive-Thru Opens in NJ; South Philly Co-op Set To Open; Blueberry Farm Murderer Sentenced
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/19/20 10:05 pm | updated: 12/19/20 10:05 pm
 
Wawa opened its first ever drive-thru on Friday morning, 12/19. A drive-thru window was added to the exiting store at 570 Rancocas Road in Westampton, Burlington County. You can still get gas and head in to the store to make purchases. The drive-thru will offer a limited menu of Wawa's most popular items. You can also order combo meals including hoagies, Sizzlis, burgers, salads, pasta, chips, fries, and a variety of drinks. Kid's Meals are available. There are two lines for ordering and... Read More

 
 
 
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