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PA Tpk Deadly Crash; First Marijuana Citation in Philly; Abp Chaput Clears Confusion
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/23/14 8:31 am | updated: 10/23/14 8:31 am
 
One person has died and four others were injured in a crash between a car and a tractor trailer on the Pennsylvania Turnpike early this morning. The accident happened westbound between Mid-County and Fort Washington just after midnight. The four injured young adults were transported to Abington Memorial Hospital in serious condition.

The first civil citation for marijuana use was issued on the steps of city hall to a former U.S. Marine Corps combat veteran. Mike Whiter is also... Read More
 
 
Tim Hauser, Manhattan Transfer - A Memorial
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/22/14 3:48 pm | updated: 10/22/14 3:48 pm
 
Tim Hauser, founder of internationally acclaimed recording group, Manhattan Transfer passed away suddenly on October 16, 2014. Tim Hauser was forever connected to Philadelphia via Villanova University during his college days here from 1959 to 1963. Very special friend of iRadioPhilly and Tim Hauser, Paula Iacovelli Wholey remembers the man and his career.

Tim Hauser - (December 12, 1941 - October 16, 2014)
By Paula Iacovelli Wholey

What defines a legend in... Read More

 
 
Malala Yousafzai Receives Liberty Medal; Delaware County Restoration Funding; Corbett Victim Bill
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/22/14 7:21 am | updated: 10/22/14 7:21 am
 
She is the youngest person to receive Philadelphia's Liberty Medal and the Nobel. Yesterday, 17 year old Nobel Peace Prize winner, Malala Yousafzai (pictured-Inquirer), the girl who stood up against the Taliban, received the Liberty Medal at the National Constitution Center. She began her activism 6 years ago by writing about living under the Taliban rule. A Taliban gunman shot her in the head while she was returning from school because of her support for gender equality and education for... Read More

 
 
Frein Sighting Closes Schools; Pot Decriminalization Begins; Main Line Drug Ring
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/21/14 7:09 am | updated: 10/21/14 7:09 am
 
In the Poconos, schools are closed today as police shift their search after another reported sighting of the suspect in a deadly state police ambush. Police reported seeing suspect Eric Frein near the Swiftwater Post Office in the Pocono Mountains, leading to an intensive police search. The post office is near Pocono Mountain East High School, where he was spotted Friday night. Frein has remained on the loose for more than a month despite the intense manhunt. Over the weekend police say... Read More
 
 
Temple Home Invasion; Ebola Precautions; Frein Sighting
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/20/14 8:50 am | updated: 10/20/14 8:50 am
 
Police are searching for two gunmen who carried out a home invasion near the Temple University campus. It happened Sunday night on the 1900 block of North 18th Street in North Philadelphia. Police say two armed men entered the home and robbed a group of Temple students. One intruder was wearing a Bucks County Community College sweatshirt.

The fear over an Ebola outbreak has people debating whether or not Americans are being overly precautious, or not precautious enough. Newark... Read More
 
 
Ebola Preparations in Philadelphia; Brother of 76er Dies in Africa; Teachers' Union Protest
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/17/14 7:59 am | updated: 10/17/14 7:59 am
 
As hospitals, health care providers and emergency personnel in Philadelphia prepare for the possibility of an Ebola case here, the two nurses who tested positive for the disease in a Dallas hospital are reportedly doing well. A co-worker who handled a lab specimen from the man who died from Ebola is on a Caribbean cruise and has decided to quarantine herself in her room and is being monitored for symptoms.

Arthur Embiid, the younger brother of Philadelphia 76ers rookie center... Read More
 
 
Deadly Expressway Crash; NJ to Allow Betting on Social Games; Police Support Ronald McDonald House
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/16/14 8:13 am | updated: 10/16/14 8:13 am
 
A deadly crash on the Schuylkill Expressway this morning caused major delays eastbound approaching Montgomery Drive. Just after 5:15 am a vehicle crashed and overturned killing at least one motorist. Traffic jams this morning backed up for miles in both directions from the scene of the accident on Interstate 76.

New Jersey's Division of Gaming Enforcement is preparing to make real money gambling on skill based games legal. They are seeking proposals from game developers now in... Read More

 
 
Second Ebola Case in Dallas; Gonzalo Brings Storms; Senate Strikes Down SRC Proposal
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/15/14 8:17 am | updated: 10/15/14 8:17 am
 
A second health care worker in Dallas has tested positive for the Ebola virus. The worker had provided care for Thomas Eric Duncan who died from the disease on October 8th. The worker reported a fever and was immediately isolated at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. The worked was interviewed to identify other contacts for potential exposure,

We’re enjoying unseasonably warm temperatures again today. Enjoy it now, because things will turn ugly over the next 12... Read More
 
 
Ebola Death in Germany; NJ Men Nearly Struck By Space Junk; Catholic Shift on Gays
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/14/14 8:21 am | updated: 10/14/14 8:21 am
 
Ebola caused the death of a United Nations medical worker last night at a hospital in Germany. The 56 year old man was infected with Ebola in Liberia and died despite “intensive medical procedures” at the hospital. The man tested positive on October 6th and 41 other UN staff members who may have had contact with him are now under close medical observation.

Two New Jersey men were nearly struck and killed by space garbage falling from the sky. The workers at the Water... Read More
 
 
Woman Steals Prosthetic Leg; Archdiocese Targets 14 More Parishes; Cash For Phone Kiosks Approved
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/13/14 8:49 am | updated: 10/13/14 8:49 am
 
If you go to Eagles games, you may have seen Sonny. Sonny Forrest is a Viet Nam War Veteran who entertains fans from his wheelchair outside the Linc. Before last night’s game with the Giants, an intoxicated woman jumped into his lap, broke his microphone and stole his prosthetic leg. Sonny did make it into the game. The Eagles did crush the Giants. And Sonny’s leg was recovered near the Olney Transportation Center. Police are reviewing surveillance video to identify her.
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