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Peter Gabriel Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 9.21.12 Setlist (video)
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/22/12 3:44 pm | updated: 09/22/12 3:44 pm
Peter Gabriel put together a terrific show in Philadelphia. The theatrical performance included a captivating display of lights and visuals. The setlist for Peter Gabriel's show at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia September 21, 2012:



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Teen Subway Shooter Charged as Adult; Mayfair Illegal Breeder Bust; Philly School PSSA Scores Drop
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/21/12 9:52 pm | updated: 09/21/12 9:52 pm
The 15-year-old being held in the shooting of two other teenagers midday on Wednesday on a crowded Broad Street Subway platform and train is being charged as an adult with attempted murder. It was announced that Darryl Lanier will also be charged with aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, burglary, trespassing and gun possession. Bail was set at $2 million. The teen was brought in by his parents late Thursday afternoon. SEPTA video surveillance showed a fight between two groups of teens... Read More
Light Display Over Philadelphia, Water Main Break, Subway Shooter in Custody
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/21/12 12:35 pm | updated: 09/21/12 12:35 pm
Last night, the skies over the Benjamin Franklin Parkway were crisscrossed by 24 beams of light responding to hundreds of recorded voice messages. "Open Air" is an interactive light exhibit that will take place nightly through mid-October. The light show can be seen for 10 miles around the city. To record your voice and see it in lights, go to

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Roosevelt Boulevard Water Main Break, Terrance Williams Execution, Septa Shooter In Custody
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 09/21/12 9:36 am | updated: 09/21/12 9:36 am
A water main break in the Northeast will be causing serious traffic headaches for commuters, this morning. The inner southbound lanes of the Roosevelt Boulevard are closed while crews try to repair the break. The 12 inch water main on Woodward Street broke overnight and the water department expects the repair to take a long time. In the meantime, Woodward Street is closed and police have detours in place throughout the area.

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Teenager Arrested in Broad Street Subway Shooting; Blogger Surrenders, Charged with Making Threats
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/21/12 5:30 am | updated: 09/21/12 5:30 am
The shooter sought by police in Wednesday's SEPTA Broad Street Subway shooting was turned into police Thursday afternoon by his parents. The 15-year-old will face charges of aggravated assault, simple assault, reckless endangerment, and other crimes. Surveillance footage shows a male firing a gun into a crowded subway car at around 2 pm at the Susquehanna-Dauphin station in North Philadelphia. A 17-year-old was hit in the arm and a 14-year-old was struck in the leg. The shooting occurred as the... Read More

Councilwomen Reynolds-Brown Backs $2000 ATV Fines; Open Air Philly Begins Tonight
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/20/12 8:35 pm | updated: 09/20/12 8:35 pm
The City of Philadelphia is looking for ways to curb the illegal use of ATV's and dirtbikes on city streets and parks. The rampant and dangerous use of these vehicles has only been growing and controlling them has become an issue since current state laws only impose minimal fines and seizures usually find their was back into the offenders' hands. City Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown is backing a Nutter administration plan that would drastically increase the fines to $2,000 or forfeiture... Read More

Corbett Meeting Disrupted, Teens Shot on Subway, Rogue Tow Truck Drivers
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/20/12 12:48 pm | updated: 09/20/12 12:48 pm
Governor Tom Corbett was in Philadelphia for a Town Hall meeting yesterday at the Museum of Art. The meeting was scheduled to last 90 minutes but was cut short due to frequent interruptions from protesters yelling from the audience. More than 10 people were removed from the event by police and security.

Two teenagers were shot during a fight on a crowded subway car yesterday. Panic swept through the Broad Street Line in North Philadelphia when a 17 year old and a 14 year old... Read More
Gloucester Missing Teen, Made In America Cost, Broad Street Subway Shooting
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 09/20/12 3:20 am | updated: 09/20/12 3:20 am
Police in Gloucester Township are searching for a missing 16 year old. Kayla Maven was reported missing by her mother on Sept. 18. Kayla left the house sometime after Sept. 17 with her two month old son, Jeremiah. While it is not known where Kayla went, she is believed to be in the Vineland area in Cumberland County.

The total cost of the Made in America concert is now available from Mayor Nutter’s office, and it looks like taxpayers came out on top. Mayor Nutter said Live... Read More
Two Teens Shot on Septa Subway; All Made in America City Costs Paid by Live Nation
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/19/12 9:56 pm | updated: 09/19/12 9:56 pm
Two teens were shot this afternoon aboard the Broad Street SEPTA subway at the Susquehanna–Dauphin station in North Philadelphia when a fight broke out between high schoolers riding the train after school. The two teens hit were 14 and 17 years old years old and shot in the leg and the arm respectively. They were taken to Temple University Hospital and are expected to recover. One suspect has been taken into custody and another is being sought.

Mayor Nutter announced today that... Read More
NFL Films Sabol Dies, Made In America Concert Cost, Officer Brad Fox Funeral
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/19/12 12:28 pm | updated: 09/19/12 12:28 pm
NFL Films President and Sports broadcasting pioneer Steve Sabol has died after an 18 month battle with brain cancer. Sabol and his father started NFL Films in 1962 working out of a small office at 13th and Vine in Philadelphia. Sabol was 69 years old.

The Made in America Concert on the Parkway in Philadelphia cost city taxpayers over $500,000 and it's up to the concert promoter, Live Nation, to pay it back. The costs include expenses for police overtime, use of Fairmount Park,... Read More

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