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Pepsi Pulling Drinks From Philly Shelves; 4 Hurt in Crash; Wilmington Refunding $800k in Citations
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/21/17 9:59 pm | updated: 03/21/17 9:59 pm
 
Pepsi announced that it will stop selling 2-liter bottles and multi-pack quantities of beverages such as 6 and 12 packs in Philadelphia blaming the city's beverage tax. The bottling company says that it wants to offer consumers products in package sizes that are affordable. In a letter to stores PepsiCo stated, "Because of the Philly Beverage Tax, people are buying far fewer taxed beverages - particularly those in larger package sizes because they now cost so much more." The change went... Read More

 
 
Ellen Show Coming to Philly Wed, Mar 22nd. 4pm 16th and Walnut #ElleninPhilly
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/21/17 8:49 pm | updated: 03/21/17 8:49 pm
 
The Ellen Degeneres Show is coming to Philadelphia on Wednesday March 22nd for a live remote broadcast. The City of Philadelphia advises that Walnut Street from Broad to 17th Street will be closed from 1pm to 8pm, but the main event itself will happen at 4pm on the 1600 block of Walnut. Ellen herself will not be in Philly in person, but will be live via satellite to engage with fans. Members of the Ellen crew will be on hand for the broadcast including correspondent... Read More

 
 
DA Seth William Indicted on Federal Charges; Video of Jewelry Heist; Willow Grove Child Porn Arrest
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/21/17 5:10 pm | updated: 03/21/17 5:10 pm
 
Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams has been indicted in a federal corruption and bribery case. The 23-count indictment was announced on Tuesday afternoon and includes charges of bribery, extortion, and honest services wire fraud. Authorities alleged that Williams received gifts such as luxury vacations to the Dominican Republic, a Jaguar convertible, furniture, jewelry, airfare, cash and more totaling $160,000 in valuables in exchange for official acts and prosecutorial favors.... Read More

 
 
Murder-Suicide in Berks County; Delaware Man DUI in Drive-Thru; Boy Dies After Dog/Snow Accident
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/20/17 10:23 pm | updated: 03/20/17 10:23 pm
 
The deaths of a man and a woman found in separate locations in Berks County are being called a murder-suicide by authorities. Shortly after 1 a.m. Monday, Charity Groff called 911 and described hearing someone pounding on her front door and then hearing a gunshot. This happened on the 200 block of Fourth Street in Shoemakersville. 50-year-old Carol Zimmerman of Mohrsville was found shot behind the Groff's residence. Zimmerman managed to tell police, "Garry shot me," before she died.... Read More

 
 
$1 Mill. Jewelry Heist in Lawncrest; NE Philly Officer Assaulted; Teen Pulled from Wilmington Creek
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/20/17 2:33 pm | updated: 03/20/17 2:33 pm
 
Philadelphia Police are investigating after $1 million worth of jewelry was stolen from a store in the Lawncrest section. It happened at Kim Thanh Jewelry in the Asian Market on the 5500 block of Whitacker Avenue. The burglars entered through a hole in the roof. They also cut power and phone lines which are affecting neighboring businesses. The same store was robbed about two months ago. That time burglars came in through a wall.

A teenager is in custody after... Read More

 
 
SEPTA Fight On Video, Teens Sought; Trial for Ex-Penn State Pres.; First Day of Spring, Free Rita's
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/20/17 12:41 am | updated: 03/20/17 12:41 am
 
Philadelphia Police are looking to speak with a number of persons-of-interest related to a brawl that broke out in the Race-Vine subway station last week. It happened around 3:45 p.m. Thursday. The fight started as a snowball fight amongst teenagers before moving into the SEPTA Broad Street line station. The melee was caught on cell phone video. The video shows the teens punching each other and kicking and punching two men on the ground. So far police have spoken to three victims of the... Read More

 
 
Philadelphia Flower Show Final Weekend; Kensington Man Stabbed to Death; Truck Crashed into Pole
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/18/17 10:11 pm | updated: 03/18/17 10:11 pm
 
The Philadelphia Flower show wraps up this weekend at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The theme of this year's show, put on annually by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, is "Holland." Of course that means lots of tulips, but there is plenty more to see. Usually the cold, late winter weather drives the crowds into the Convention Center to get an early taste of spring and ideas for their own gardens in a few weeks, but the snow storm this past Tuesday/Wednesday kept the public... Read More

 
 
Atlantic City Police and Fire Fight Cuts; J.C. Penney Closing Stores; Hit-and-run Suspect Arrested
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/17/17 11:01 pm | updated: 03/17/17 11:01 pm
 
Police officers and firefighters in Atlantic City are fighting back against proposed cuts by the State of New Jersey. They were out on the boardwalk on Friday handing out flyers to raise awareness. They say that layoffs or reduced salaries will only hurt the public's safety in the city. The cuts are being proposed by state officials who are in charge of Atlantic City's finances after a state takeover. The cuts would take the police force from 274 to 250 and the fire department from 225... Read More

 
 
State Trooper Charged in Pregnant Wife's Death; SEPTA Fare Hikes; Avalon House Fires
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/17/17 5:18 pm | updated: 03/17/17 5:20 pm
 
A former Pennsylvania State Trooper has been charged with the shooting death of his pregnant wife and their baby three years ago. 36-year-old Joseph Miller was arraigned in Montgomery County court on Friday. He is charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter including his wife Joanna Miller and their 24-week-old newborn baby. It happened on March 7, 2014. Miller told police he was cleaning his gun several feet away from his wife in their East Norriton home when it went off. She... Read More

 
 
Owners of 50,000 Stolen Valuables Sought; Falling Ice Warnings; Wawa Hiring 5,000 Workers
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/16/17 10:56 pm | updated: 03/16/17 10:56 pm
 
Montgomery County officials are trying to find the owners of 50,000 pieces of stolen jewelry, coins, and other valuables recovered recently. They are valued at $1.5 million. The items were stolen as part of a massive theft ring that ran in the entire Philadelphia area including parts of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware as far back as 2013. Kebbie Ramseur, Jerrel Jaynes, Shron Linder and Ralph Mayrant were arrested and charged with the thefts over the summer. The items were to be... Read More

 
 
 
 
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