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Lafayette Student's Death Not a Crime; Arrest In Luring Attempts; Trial Date for David Oh Attacker
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/19/17 4:40 pm | updated: 09/19/17 4:40 pm
 
Officials in Northampton County announced this afternoon that a Lafayette College student who died last week suffered a fatal head injury when he fell and hit the concrete floor of his dorm room. Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli said that there is no evidence of a crime and charges are unlikely. 19-year-old McCrae Williams was found outside his dorm on Sunday, September 10th by campus police who were responding to a medical call. He was taken to the hospital were he... Read More

 
 
Abington Driver Charged in Pedestrian Accident; Fatal Electric Bicycle Crash; Worker's Comp Fraud
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/19/17 12:18 am | updated: 09/19/17 12:18 am
 
The driver of a car that struck and injured a teenage girl in front of Abington Senior High School has now been charged. 32-year-old James Clark IV has been charged with aggravated assault by vehicle, reckless endangerment, and other related offenses. It happened on August 23rd around 2:45 p.m. on Highland Road. Initial reports stated that 14-year-old Kelly Williams was crossing the street while distracted by using the video chat program FaceTime on her iPhone. Investigators determined... Read More

 
 
Hurricane Jose off Jersey Shore; Trial Delayed for Sucker Punch Suspect; Methacton Teachers Strike
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/18/17 10:49 pm | updated: 09/18/17 10:49 pm
 
Hurricane Jose is churning its way up the East Coast. Earlier Tropical Storm watches for coastal portions of New Jersey and Delaware have been canceled but that doesn't mean those areas won't still be affected by the storm. Rough surf and rip tides will continue to be a problem down the shore for the next few days. People are advised to stay out of the water. A coastal flood watch is in effect due to a potential 1-2” storm surge and localized flooding from rain. It will still be breezy... Read More

 
 
SEPTA Market-Frankford El Derails; 9-car Accident on I-95; Kevin Hart Sending 10 Kids to College
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/17/17 12:07 am | updated: 09/17/17 12:07 am
 
A SEPTA Market-Frankford El train partially derailed Saturday morning near the Spring Garden stop. It happened around 11 a.m. The train was traveling east from Center City to the Frankford Transportation Center. It was slowly crossing over from the eastbound tracks to the westbound tracks because of maintenance work when the lead car derailed. SEPTA says there were 30 people on the train at the time. One person was treated for heat exhaustion, the rest were not injured. Eventually the... Read More

 
 
Judge Stops DOJ From Blocking Grants; 4 Luring Attempts in Frankford; New Cosby Trial Date
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/15/17 5:41 pm | updated: 09/15/17 5:41 pm
 
A federal judge ruled today that the Department of Justice cannot withhold JAG grants from cities that do not meet a new list of immigration conditions set forth by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. 'Sanctuary cities' don't follow those policies and would certainly risk losing grant certification. The two biggest conditions include 1) allowing immigration officials access to jails 2) notifying immigration when an illegal immigrant will be released. Chicago, Los Angeles, San Fransisco, and... Read More

 
 
Two Shot in South Philly Home; Attempted Abduction of 10yo Girl; CC Massage Parlor Shut Down
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/15/17 1:29 pm | updated: 09/15/17 1:29 pm
 
Two women were wounded when shots were fired at their South Philadelphia home early Friday morning. It happened around 2 a.m. on the 5400 block of Hatfield Street in the Kingsessing neighborhood. A 36-year-old woman was visiting her 40-year-old friend when they heard loud banging at the door. One of the women went to look through the peephole. That's when someone opened fire from across the street. 14 shots were fired into the front of the home. Each woman was struck once. The... Read More

 
 
Man Wanted in Roxborough Invasion; St. Joe's Student Robbed; Pro Lacrosse Returning to Philly
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/14/17 10:08 pm | updated: 09/14/17 10:08 pm
 
Philadelphia Police are searching for a man wanted for robbing his former neighbors. Police say that 21-year-old Mark McLaughlin broke into a home on the 7300 block of Hill Road in Roxborough around 5:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. He then tied up a 75-year-old man and assaulted him while the man's 74-year-old sister was still asleep. McLaughlin took the keys to their vehicle and stole their car. McLaughlin's last known address is on the same block. The man was taken to Temple University... Read More

 
 
Pharmacist Tries to Kill Mother w/ Insulin; 91yo Hit By UPS Truck; Arrests At City Council Meeting
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/14/17 4:46 pm | updated: 09/14/17 4:46 pm
 
A Pennsylvania pharmacist is under arrest after she attempted to kill her chronically ill mother by repeatedly injecting her with insulin. 54-year-old Donna Horger is charged with attempted murder and related offenses. Back in August, staff at Immaculate Mary Nursing Home in Philadelphia found her 74-year-old mother, Mary, unresponsive. She was taken to Abington Memorial Hospital. They found she had low blood sugar. Three days later it happened again and again nine days after that. Tests... Read More

 
 
Afro Pick part of Mural Arts Monument Lab; Lafayette Student Had Head Injury; Dorenbos Doing Well
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/13/17 10:26 pm | updated: 09/13/17 10:26 pm
 
Mural Arts Philadelphia is presenting a temporary 9-week exhibition called Monument Lab that attempts to answer the question "What is an appropriate monument for the city of Philadelphia?" It will run from September 16th to November 19th and feature installations from 20 different artists from around the world at 12 public parks and squares around the city. 11 of the artists are from Philadelphia. The project intends... Read More

 
 
Funeral for Gerard Grandzol; Man Killed by SEPTA in Bridesburg; Man Shoots at Trailer in Bucks Co.
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/13/17 4:01 pm | updated: 09/13/17 4:01 pm
 
Thousands attended the funeral this morning of a Spring Garden man who was shot and killed last week in an attempted car jacking near his home. The mass was held at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Center City for 38-year-old Gerard Grandzol, a husband and father of two young daughters. Family, friends, and members of the community gathered to celebrate the his life. Gerry was protecting his 2-year-old daughter last Thursday when he refused to hand over the keys to his ... Read More

 
 
 
 
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