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Sixers Mural Unveiled in South Philly; Suspect Dies After Police Stun Him; Fire in Schwenksville
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/13/17 9:41 pm | updated: 04/13/17 9:41 pm
 
The Philadelphia 76ers and the Mural Arts program unveiled a brand new mural in South Philadelphia today. The work is located at the corner of Broad and Federal Streets. Past players like like Dr. J, Hal Greer, Bobby Jones, Charles Barkley, and Allen Iverson are depicted on the mural. There is also room to add future stars and legends to the wall. The Mural Arts Program has now completed 4,001 projects across the city.

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Verdicts in Amy Joyner-Francis Case; MontCo Man Facing More Charges; Car Crashes into Group Home
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/13/17 2:23 pm | updated: 04/13/17 2:23 pm
 
A judge in Delaware convicted two of the three teenage girls in the death of classmate Amy Joyner-Francis following a fight in a high school bathroom last year. Family Court Judge Robert Coonin read his ruling in court Thursday in the non-jury trial after a week of testimony. All three girls were tried as juveniles. The 17-year-old girl facing the most serious charge of criminally negligent homicide was found delinquent or guilty. The two other teens were charged with misdemeanor... Read More

 
 
Phillies Highest Operating Income in Baseball; Man Hides in Closet, Attacks; Mother Pleads Guilty
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/12/17 3:01 pm | updated: 04/12/17 3:01 pm
 
Forbes has published an updated list on Major League Baseball franchise valuations, "The Business of Baseball." As a business operation, the Philadelphia Phillies are doing quite well. In fact, the team has the highest operating income (aka profit) in baseball. Last year the Phils had $325 million in revenue with $87.7 million in operating income. The World Series Champion Chicago Cubs were second on... Read More

 
 
Ancestry.com Search Finds Identity Thief; Temple Armed Home Invasion; 88yo Man Bound/Robbed at Home
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/12/17 12:52 pm | updated: 04/12/17 12:52 pm
 
A Montgomery County man is facing federal identity theft charges after a woman's searches for a deceased relative on ancestry.com discovered someone else had been impersonating them for over 20 years. 44-year-old Jon Vincent of Lansdale has been charged with one count of aggravated identity theft. In 1996, Vincent escaped from a halfway house in Texas. He went to a cemetery to find someone born around the time he was and discovered Nathan Laskoski. Laskoski had died in December 1972 at... Read More

 
 
PPA Suspends Mobile Parking meterUp App; ex-Lawyer Stole $147k Clients; Cosby Jury Selection 5/22
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/11/17 4:57 pm | updated: 04/11/17 4:57 pm
 
The Philadelphia Parking Authority is suspending parking meter payments through the mobile payment app, meterUp powered by Pango, tonight at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, April 12. Parking Authority Deputy director Corrinne O'Connor blames the suspension on the financial problems of the service provider Pango USA. Some 40,000 motorists have been using the app to pay for street parking through the phone which also allows you to add time remotely without going back to the meter. Pango closed its... Read More

 
 
Father Arrested Beat, Shocked, Hit Kids; Center City Sinkhole on 17th; Prostitute/Pimp Rob House
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/11/17 2:26 pm | updated: 04/11/17 2:29 pm
 
A Montgomery County man is facing numerous charges for allegedly beating and torturing his two children for years. 44-year-old Joseph Myhre of Greensway Circle in Lower Providence Township is charged with multiple counts of aggravated assault, strangulation, conspiracy, unlawful restraint and reckless endangering his two children. Police began to investigate after he assaulted his wife and she was hospitalized with a broken skull on March 15th. The kids, an 13-year-old son and... Read More

 
 
Pete Rose to be Inducted Phillies Wall of Fame; 3 Men Charged 7-11 Robberies; 5 Injured on I-476
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/10/17 5:15 pm | updated: 04/10/17 5:15 pm
 
The Philadelphia Phillies announced on Monday afternoon that Pete Rose will be the 2017 inductee into the Phillies Wall of Fame. Rose was selected by fan voting on the Phillies website this past winter. He will join 38 other inductees with his own bronze plaque out in Ashburn Alley. Rose played for the Phillies from 1979-83, helping the team to two National League pennants and the World Series Championship on 1980. Despite being the all-time MLB hits leader, among other accomplishments,... Read More

 
 
Neil Gorsuch Sworn in to Supreme Court; Made in America to Return Labor Day; West Deptford Assault
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/10/17 2:34 pm | updated: 04/10/17 2:34 pm
 
Two ceremonies were held today to swear-in new Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch. The first private ceremony was conducted in the Justices' Conference Room by Chief Justice John Roberts. Gorsuch was sworn in again in a public ceremony at the White House Rose Garden by Justice Anthony Kennedy for whom he once served as a law clerk. The 49-year-old former appeals court judge from Colorado promised to be a "faithful servant of the Constitution and laws of this great nation." He fills the... Read More

 
 
Fire in Abandoned Manayunk Restaurant; Vineland Drive-By Shooting; Upper Darby Apartment Fire
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/09/17 11:27 pm | updated: 04/09/17 11:27 pm
 
Philadelphia firefighters battled a fire at a vacant building in Manayunk on Sunday afternoon. It started around 3:30 p.m. near Main Street and Leverington Avenue. The building used to house the former Carmella's Restaurant which closed in 2004. The vacant building is located on Venice Island between the Manayunk Canal and the Schuylkill River. The building itself has become popular with graffiti artists and urban explorers. The fire was brought under control by 4:24 p.m. Main Street was... Read More

 
 
Famous 4th Street Deli Arson Arrest; No Vandalism in Delco Jewish Cemetery; Quakertown Abduction
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/08/17 5:08 pm | updated: 04/08/17 5:08 pm
 
Philadelphia Police have arrested and charged a man who they say started a number of fires, including one at the Famous 4th Street Deli in South Philadelphia. 59-year-old Juan Barkley has been charged with arson, risking catastrophe, criminal mischief and other offenses. On February 12th, he is accused of setting fire to the rear of the deli on the 700 block of South 4th Street. Also on January 17th, a fire on the 800 block of Ranstead Street damaged an overhead facade. Finally on... Read More

 
 
 
 
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