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Terrance Williams Execution Vacated; All 6 Chester Girls in Custody; Philadelphia Museum Day (free)
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/28/12 5:42 pm | updated: 09/28/12 5:42 pm
 
Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Teresa Sarmina ruled today that the prosecution held back details from a 1986 jury during the sentencing of condemned man Terrance Williams. Those details were brought to light this week by Williams' defense during a hearing in front of Sarmina. Specifically, the defense claims that Williams' motive for murder was rage over years of sexual abuse at the hands of his victim Amos Norwood. That detail was not told to the jury who sentenced him to death in '86.... Read More
 
 
Stay of Execution issued for Terrance Williams
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/28/12 11:15 am | updated: 09/28/12 11:15 am
 
Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge M. Theresa Sarmina issued a stay of execution for condemned killer Terrance Williams today. Williams had been scheduled to die by lethal injection next Wednesday, October 3rd.

Yesterday the Pennsylvania Board of Pardons voted 4-1 to rehear Williams clemency request. Two weeks ago the board voted 3-2 against recommending clemency in his case. After yesterday's vote the board decided to wait until Judge Sarmina's decision to act further. Read More

 
 
Video of Teen Girls beating Woman on Facebook; Parole Board votes to rehear Clemency for Williams
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/27/12 5:15 pm | updated: 09/27/12 5:15 pm
 
A disturbing video posted on Facebook was discovered this morning by a concerned citizen and reported to Chester police. The video (seen below, warning contains graphic images and language) shows a group of teenage girls beating and taunting an older mentally challenged woman. The girls, who appear 15 or 16, first confronted the 48 year old woman outside her house. They jumped her as she sat on her stoop and began to punch and beat her, laughing and yelling at her the entire time. They group... Read More
 
 
Patti Smith to receive Hepburn Medal from Bryn Mawr College
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/27/12 12:55 pm | updated: 09/27/12 12:55 pm
 
Rocker Patti Smith has been named the 2013 recipient of the Katharine Hepburn Medal from Bryn Mawr College. She will be presented with the award at a gala event on February 13th 2013. Smith was a trailblazer in the world of rock dominated by men. Her 1975 debut Horses is still rated as one of the best of all time. She was a huge force and influence on the New York punk scene during the 1970's and beyond. Smith is credited as being a poet, musician, writer, photographer, and artist. She... Read More

 
 
NFL Referee Lockout is Over; NFL and NFLRA agree on deal.
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/27/12 12:18 am | updated: 09/27/12 12:18 am
 
After 3 weeks of utilizing replacement referees to less than savory results, the NFL and the Referee union has agreed upon a deal that will end the lockout. For the immediate future a crew is being assembled to work at the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens game on Thursday night football. The rest of the crews will received their assignments in Dallas on Friday. There will be a clinic held at that time with the crews heading to game site on Saturday for Sunday's match ups,
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Dog Struck and Killed After Thrown From Car; Wrong Way Killer Appears in Court
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/26/12 3:24 pm | updated: 09/26/12 3:24 pm
 
A chocolate lab named "Mugsy" was struck and killed late Saturday night on West Chester Pike in East Goshen Township, Chester County. The dog's owner, Pam Ardell, says that he had escaped from a yard of a nearby home they were visiting. Someone must have picked him up and brought him in to their car. Eyewitnesses say that they saw the dog being thrown from the car as it was driving along West Chester Pike. The vehicle is described as a small red sedan. The Ardell describe Mugsy as one of the... Read More
 
 
Singer Andy Williams Passes at 84;
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/26/12 11:13 am | updated: 09/26/12 11:16 am
 
Singer Andy Williams passed away Tuesday night after a year long battle with cancer. He was the star of his own hit TV variety show "The Andy Williams Show" during the sixties and still topped the charts during the 60's even when rock was taking over from vocalists. He's best known for his rendition of the Johnny Mercer-Henry Mancini ballad "Moon River" which became his signature song. Later in life Williams settled in Branson, MO and opened the Andy Williams Moon River Theater in 1992. He... Read More

 
 
Voter ID's Access Streamlined; Gloucester Man Robs Kmart $27000; DNA test ordered in Hemsley case
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/25/12 5:51 pm | updated: 09/25/12 5:51 pm
 

The Pennsylvania Department of State and PennDOT have both declared that they have met the standards of the Voter ID law providing “liberal access” to obtaining one. They claim to have streamlined the process of procuring proper identification. You need to go to a PennDOT center and give your name, date of birth, Social Security number and address. If you are a confirmed registered voter you will be issued a photo Voter ID. The Commonwealth Court has until Oct. 2nd to review how the... Read More
 
 
Doylestown Breastfeeding Law, No Philadelphia County Voter ID, Kraft Killer Gets Two Life Terms
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/24/12 10:38 pm | updated: 09/24/12 10:38 pm
 
Doylestown Borough Council passed an amendment to the borough's anti-discrimination law protecting their right to breastfeed in public. Under the new measure, women can file a complaint when they are asked to leave any place or asked to go to a restroom to breastfeed. Behind Philadelphia, Doylestown is the second municipality in the state to pass such a law. There is already a statewide Read More
 
 
Cleaning Lady Caught with $3 Million Ben Franklin; Philly Arts Generates $3 Billion; Draper Lied '84
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/24/12 4:49 pm | updated: 09/24/12 4:49 pm
 
Police have arrested a cleaning woman who was accused of stealing a rare bust of Benjamin Franklin back in August. Andrea Lawton, 46, of Philadelphia was briefly employed in the Bryn Mawr home of a private historic artifact collector. The portrait bust dates to 1778 and was made when Franklin was visiting Paris. It is worth around $3 million. Police and FBI tracked Lawton to Mobile, Alabama. She was arrested in Elkton, MD when she got off a bus, carrying the bust in a gunny sack. It had... Read More
 
 
 
 
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