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Delaware Trooper Shot at Wawa in Bear; Peeping Tom at Cherry Hill Mall; Toy Guns Confiscated in AC
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/26/17 2:02 pm | updated: 04/26/17 2:10 pm
 
Police responded to the report of a shooting at a Wawa on Rt. 40 in Bear, DE. It happened after Noon on Wednesday on the 1600 block of Pulaski Highway near Salem Church Road. The shooting victim is a Delaware State Trooper. He was transported to Christiana Hospital in critical condition. Multiple state and local agencies are on the scene. Authorities are looking for a suspect. No word on a motive or what led up to the shooting at this point.

UPDATE: One suspect is... Read More

 
 
NFL Draft Experience 2017 Music Stage to Feature Philadelphia Bands/Artists Friday and Saturday
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/25/17 10:51 pm | updated: 04/25/17 10:51 pm
 
This week's NFL Draft will be a football fan's paradise and that's not including representatives from every team picking future stars over seven rounds and three days. The parkway will be transformed into a wonderland of NFL activities from autographs and memorabilia to locker rooms and the Vince Lombardi trophy. However, stuck right in the middle of all the sports adrenaline there is a 'Music Stage' that will be hosting performances by some of Philadelphia's best artists. Give it up to the... Read More

 
 
Federal Judge Blocks Sanctuary City Funding Order; Charges Against Day Care Owner for Death of Baby
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/25/17 5:12 pm | updated: 04/25/17 5:12 pm
 
A federal judge in California has blocked the Trump administration's order to withhold certain funding from communities that do not cooperate with U.S. immigration authorities. U.S. District Judge William Orrick in San Francisco issued a temporary stay while a lawsuit against the executive order on sanctuary cities is argued in court. Last week, the Department of Justice sent letters to several cities, including Philadelphia, reminding them that they would lose certain grant funding if... Read More

 
 
Eric Frein Defense Rests in Penalty Phase; Water Main Break in Kingsessing; Kenney Says Legalize Pot
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/25/17 3:58 pm | updated: 04/25/17 3:58 pm
 
The defense for convicted trooper killer Eric Frein rested its case today in the penalty phase of the trial. Frein decided not to take the stand himself. Unlike the trial, the defense did call some witnesses to testify to mitigating circumstances that would spare his life. Frein was convicted of killing Cpl. Bryon Dickson II and critically wounding Trooper Alex Douglass in a sniper attack and then leading authorities on a 48-day manhunt. He is described as an anti-government survivalist... Read More

 
 
Bikes Riding on I-676 on Video; Cardinal O'Hara Convent Changes; L+I Violations at Pot Party
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/24/17 10:47 pm | updated: 04/24/17 10:47 pm
 
Yesterday afternoon, dozens of people riding bicycles took over the busy Vine Street Expressway in Center City. The incident happened around 3:30 p.m. along I-676 eastbound. 100 or so kids, teens, and adults riding bikes streamed down the highway pulling stunts and popping wheelies while traffic waiting behind unable to safely pass. The riders exited at 8th Street and dispersed. No arrests have been made. The incident was caught on video by several eye witnesses. RECphilly's Dave Silver... Read More

 
 
Mumia Abu-Jamal Has Court Hearing Monday; NJ Adults Overdose, Crash Car; Philly Teen Shot In Eye
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/24/17 3:58 pm | updated: 04/24/17 3:58 pm
 
Convicted Philadelphia cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal had a hearing in court today in hopes of overturning his previously denied conviction appeals. Abu-Jamal is currently serving a life sentence for the murder of Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner. He was originally convicted and sentenced to death in 1982 but that sentence was reduced to life in prison in 2011. Abu-Jamal has used up all his traditional appeals. This hearing was a post-conviction relief act petition which is like... Read More

 
 
The Districts Release New Video 'Ordinary Day' and Announce New Album Popular Manipulations due 8/11
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/24/17 1:15 pm | updated: 04/24/17 1:15 pm
 
Philadelphia's The Districts have released a new video for the first single 'Ordinary Day' off their just announced new album Popular Manipulations due August 11th on Fat Possum Records. 'Ordinary Day' was released back in February and was available as a 7-inch over the weekend on Record Store Day. They'll be playing an Album Release Show at Union Transfer in August the day the album comes out. All but four of the songs were produced with Keith Abrams of Pine Barons. The other... Read More

 
 
Philly Smoke Session Bust Kensington; Man Falls from NFL Draft Roof; Earthquake in Lancaster County
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/23/17 8:36 pm | updated: 04/23/17 8:36 pm
 
Philadelphia police Arrested 22 people and confiscated large amounts of marijuana following the bust of a "smokeasy" pot party in a Kensington warehouse last night. The "Philly Smoke Session" was organized on social media and held on the 4500 block of Worth Street. Nineteen males and four females were arrested. 175 others were released without being charged. Authorities confiscated 50 pounds of marijuana, $50,000 cash, four guns, and 100 pounds of edibles such as THC-laced gummy bears.... Read More

 
 
Lyrids Meteor Shower Tonight in Philadelphia Skies, Partly Cloudy, Low 50's
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/22/17 11:36 pm | updated: 04/22/17 11:36 pm
 
The annual Lyrid meteor shower is expected to peak overnight tonight with the best viewing just before dawn on Sunday. However, here in Philadelphia the forecast is calling for partly cloudy skies as the rain gradually moves away. If it wasn't for the clouds, the sky would be perfect for viewing since the moon is in the Waning Crescent phase phase and the skies would be dark.

The Lyrid meteor occurs every mid-April as Earth passes through a stream of dust left over from the comet... Read More

 
 
Record Store Day 2017 in Philadelphia, Saturday April 22nd - 10th Anniversary
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/22/17 1:08 am | updated: 04/22/17 1:08 am
 
Record Store Day 2017 in Philadelphia is set for this Saturday, April 22nd. Music fans will flock to area record stores to get their hands on exclusive releases, excellent deals, and live in-store performances. Despite our world of digital music and devices, the local independent music store is still the place in the community where fans can discover and discuss music, meet new people, get to know the owner, get opinions, and walk away with an actual product in hand to enjoy.
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