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PA Voter ID Law Upheld, Woman Falls into Subway, Bumbo Baby Seat Recall
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/15/12 5:37 pm | updated: 08/15/12 10:14 pm
 
Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson issued a decision today that denied a bid by various civil rights groups looking to block the new Pennsylvania Voter ID law from taking effect. Simpson said that the plainiffs, which included the ACLU and others, failed to prove that “disenfranchisement was immediate or inevitable” or that not issuing an injuction would cause “greater injury.” In fact he said stopping the process now would get in the way of preparations underway for the November... Read More

 
 
Pennsylvania Obesity Ranks High, Kensington Strangler Confession Ruled In At Trial
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/14/12 6:20 pm | updated: 08/14/12 6:20 pm
 
A recent study on Adult Obesity shows that Pennsylvanians are a bit larger around the waist than a few of our neighbors. The study was conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and split out each state by the percentage of the population considered to be obese. The numbers are not very flattering. The states are ranked in order of most to least obese. Pennsylvania comes in at 28.6% of the population considered extremely overweight, which is good for #20. That's compared to 23.7% in New... Read More
 
 
Philadelphia Archdiocese Selling Beach House, Ocean City Beaches Closed, Pennsylvania Tequila Recall
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/13/12 6:10 pm | updated: 08/13/12 6:10 pm
 
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is set to auction off its large beachfront property in Ventnor, NJ to help payoff some of a $17 million deficit. The 11-bedroom, 10,000 sq-ft Villa St. Joseph retreat has been a respite for priests for 50 years, but the $115,000 a year in property taxes combined with $10 million in legal fees spent by the Archdiocese in the past two years on a criminal trial and lawsuits has forced Archbishop Chaput's hand to sell. The property, which spans an entire block, is... Read More

 
 
London Closing Ceremonies, What is in store for tonight's performance?
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/12/12 2:52 am | updated: 08/12/12 2:52 am
 
Two weeks ago we were treated to Trainspotting and Slumdog Millionaire Director Danny Boyle's universally acclaimed Opening Ceremonies for the London 2012 Olympic Games. 2008 Beijing's scale and pageantry would have been impossible to top, and quite simply the UK is not China. The British might have a stereotype of being stuffy and carrying a stiff upper lip, they certainly aren't a regimented culture where everyone has a singular personality. Even the Queen, of all people, had a little fun and... Read More

 
 
Perseid Meteor Showers set to light up Philadelphia skies this weekend. Aug 10-13
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/10/12 8:09 pm | updated: 08/11/12 10:02 am
 
Each and every August as the Earth's annual orbit takes it through the remains of the comet Swift-Tuttle, we are treated to a dramatic show of meteors streaking through the sky called the Perseids. Named because they seem to radiate from the constellation Perseus, this meteor shower will peak this weekend through August 13th.

It is not uncommon to see up to 60 meteors an hour with the Perseids. The moon is in a waning crescent phase, meaning is small, and getting smaller. Friday... Read More

 
 
Mitt Romney to Announce VP Sat 9am, NJ Man w/ 6 DWIs sentenced, Chalk is Criminal in Doylestown
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/10/12 11:53 pm | updated: 08/11/12 12:25 am
 
Mitt Romney is expected to announce his choice for running mate on Saturday at 9 am from Norfolk, VA. There are still numerous candidates on Romney's list that are a plausible fit for the job as Vice-Presidential nominee. That long list includes NJ Governor Chris Christie, FL Senator Marco Rubio, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, WI Rep. Paul Ryan, former MN Governor Tim Pawlenty, OH Rep. Rob Portman, NH Senator Kelly Ayotte, and more. Although there hasn't been much indication which direction... Read More

 
 
Sixers involved in 4 Team Trade; Get Andrew Bynum and Jason Richardson, Andre Iguodala to Nuggets
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/10/12 12:44 am | updated: 08/10/12 12:44 am
 
A massive 4 team trade is shuffling players all over the league. The biggest piece of the trade is C Dwight Howard moving from the Orlando Magic to the Los Angeles Lakers. In order to get that deal done, sources close to the process say that Sixers F Andre Iguodala is headed to the Denver Nuggets and the Sixers get Andrew Bynum and Jason Richardson. The Orlando Magic pick up a lot of personnel and picks acquiring Arron Afflalo, Al Harrington, Nikola Vucevic and a protected first round pick from... Read More

 
 
Award-winning Composer Marvin Hamlisch passes at age 68; The Entertainer
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/07/12 9:11 pm | updated: 08/07/12 9:26 pm
 
Marvin Hamlisch was a composer like none other, collecting awards for his compositions from every agency. He wrote for both screen and stage and was recognized for his achievements with at least one Oscar, Grammy, Tony, Emmy, Golden Globe, and a Pulizer. His Hollywood and Broadway scores brought him acclaim, most notably for "A Chorus Line" in 1975. He topped the pop charts when his songs were recorded by artists like Barbara Streisand, Carly Simon, or Aretha Franklin. He was also responsible... Read More

 
 
Phillies' consecutive sellout streak comes to an end; Braves win 6-1
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/07/12 12:28 am | updated: 08/07/12 12:28 am
 
Tonight's Phillies' home game at Citizens' Bank Park vs. the Braves drew an announced paid attendance of 41,655. That was the lowest attendance at a Phillies' game since they beat the Cincinnati Reds 22-1 back on July 6, 2009. That game drew 41,548.

Tonight's dip is historically significant because for each of the 257 regular season games in-between, the games have been 'sold-out'. For CBP, the Phillies count anything over 43,300 as a sellout crowd. The streak is the longest in... Read More

 
 
NASA Curiosity Rover has landed safely on Mars
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/06/12 1:42 am | updated: 08/06/12 1:42 am
 
NASA's latest exploration has reached its target and landed safely on Mars at about 1:34 am EST. Instead of using balloons or parachutes, this landing is using rockets to ensure a smooth landing on the surface of the red planet, but it is very risky. The NASA scientists were able to navigate a perfect landing, however. After a nearly 8 month journey and 570 million km journey from Earth, the rover is ready to go to work.

Costing $2.5 billion, the Curiosity rover is much larger... Read More

 
 
 
 
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