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Philly Kids Lend Washington Crossing Boats; 83yo Woman Struck and Killed; Barricade in Bethlehem
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/22/17 4:59 pm | updated: 12/22/17 4:59 pm
 
The annual re-enactment of General George Washington's crossing of the Delaware River on Christmas Day 1776 during the American Revolution has been saved this year by a group of Philadelphia students and their handmade boats. The crossing was threatened by low water levels on the river making it impossible for the re-enactment group to use their replica wooden Durham boats to cross from Pennsylvania to New Jersey. Read More

 
 
Man Charged in Fatal Hit-and-Run; 800 SEPTA Passengers Stranded; West Oak Lane Victim Shoots Robber
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/21/17 5:04 pm | updated: 12/21/17 5:04 pm
 
Philadelphia Police have arrested and charged a man in the hit-and-run accident yesterday in the city's Crescentville neighborhood that killed an 8-year-old boy. 34-year-old Michael Finn is charged with accident involving death, homicide by vehicle, accident-death-no license, and involuntary manslaughter. The crash happened around 2 pm Wednesday at the intersection of Whitaker and Jericho streets. Finn struck the older model Honda Civic as it was making a turn. He got out to check the... Read More

 
 
Lawsuit Filed in Bucks County Murders; Hearing on Bostian Charges Next Year; 8yo Killed in Car Crash
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/20/17 3:50 pm | updated: 12/20/17 3:50 pm
 
The parents of one of the four men killed and buried on a Bucks County farm this summer have filed a wrongful death lawsuit. The suit was filed in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas against the two cousins, Cosmo DiNardo and Sean Kratz, who are charged with the murders as well as DiNardo's parents, Sandra and Anthony DiNardo. It is being brought by the family of 22-year-old Mark Sturgis. Attorney Robert Ross said in a statement, "With this lawsuit, the heartbroken parents of Mark... Read More

 
 
Senate Approves Tax Bill, House Will Revote; Amtrak Train 50mph Over Limit; Perkiomen Votes to Build
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/20/17 12:38 am | updated: 12/20/17 12:38 am
 
The House of Representatives approved the GOP Tax Bill (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) on Tuesday by a 227-203 vote and sent it off to the Senate. Before they could call for a vote in the Senate, Democrats found three provisions in the bill that violated Senate budget rules. One provision would allow parents to use college savings accounts to pay for homeschooling of young children. Those provisions were removed before the Senate could vote. After some debate, the Senate voted 51-48. The bill... Read More

 
 
Delco Bank Robber Leaves 'Bomb' Behind; 83yo Man Struck in Hit-and-Run; 85yo Man Stabbed to Death
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/19/17 5:01 pm | updated: 12/19/17 10:42 pm
 
The bomb squad responded to the scene of a bank robbery this afternoon in Delaware County after an armed robber left a suspicious device behind following the holdout. It happened around 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Malvern Federal Savings Bank on the 900 block of Baltimore Pike in Concord Township. The suspect was armed with a handgun and claimed he had a bomb. He left the device behind when he fled the scene. The man is described as a black male in his mid-20s with a thin build, wearing... Read More

 
 
Daylin Leach To 'step back' From Campaign; Washington Crossing Low River; Man Collapses in Wawa
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/18/17 3:16 pm | updated: 12/18/17 3:16 pm
 
Pennsylvania State Senator Dalin Leach say he will 'take a step back' from his congressional campaign amid allegations of improper conduct. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has called on Leach to resign after published reports that he behaved inappropriately with female staffers over the years. Wolf stated that the 56-year-old Democrat is "a leader on important policy issues" but said "this conduct cannot be excused." The allegations came from several former campaign and legislative... Read More

 
 
Chester County T-Mobile Robbed; Man Shot in FDR Park Selling Sneakers; Kensington 7-11 Robbed
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/17/17 11:35 pm | updated: 12/17/17 11:35 pm
 
Police in Chester County are investigating after multiple suspects held up a wireless store and left workers tied up. It happened just before 9 p.m. Saturday in the T-Mobile store at 1359 Dilworthtown Crossing in Thornbury Twp. The first suspect entered the store armed with a gun and ordered the employees into the back. The second suspect then entered and ordered one employee to start filling up a trash bag with phones and tablets. He then began to tie up the workers while the first... Read More

 
 
Cause of Fatal Schwenksville Fire; Cow Escapes Philly Nativity Scene Twice
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/14/17 5:33 pm | updated: 12/14/17 5:33 pm
 
Authorities have identified the cause of a fire in Montgomery County that claimed the lives of two young boys. The Pennsylvania State Police Fire Marshal has ruled the fire accidental. They say that the cause of the fire was an electrical failure in an extension cord plugged into a space heater on the porch of the home. The fire started around 5:30 a.m. Wednesday morning on the 900 block of Summit Avenue in Schwenksville, Pa. Montgomery County sheriff's deputy Bryan Lukens, his wife Tracy, and... Read More

 
 
2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Announced; Bon Jovi, Nina Simone, The Cars and more
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/14/17 2:05 am | updated: 12/14/17 2:05 am
 
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, OH, announced next year's inductees to the hall. Leading the way are Bon Jovi and Nina Simone. This was the second year the New Jersey rockers were on the ballot, the first was in 2011. This was the first year of eligibility for the soulful Simone. Also selected after appearing on the ballot for the first time were The Moody Blues and Dire Straits. Finally, classic rockers The Cars will also be inducted next year.... Read More

 
 
Two Boys Killed in Schwenksville Fire; Missing Upper Darby Man; Mother Sentenced in Son's Beating
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 12/13/17 4:36 pm | updated: 12/13/17 4:42 pm
 
Two young boys were killed and three family members injured in a fire before dawn this morning in Montgomery County. It happened around 5:30 a.m. on the 900 block of Summit Avenue in Schwenksville, PA. The home belongs to Montgomery County Sheriff Deputy Bryan Lukens and his family. State Police say that Bryan, his wife Tracy, and 9-year-old daughter Soffia were able to make it out of the home but that his sons 11-year-old Bryan Jr. and 6-year-old Parker were found dead in their shared... Read More

 
 
 
 
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