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Snow Snarls Morning Traffic; Eagles Meet City Over Smoking; Lower Merion School District Sued
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/05/16 9:53 am | updated: 02/05/16 9:53 am
 
Snow overnight caused traffic problems and some delayed school openings across the region. Suburbs west of the city got a coating on some roads. East of the city and down to the shore things were more slippery as 2 to 4 inches piled up from the quick hitting overnight storm. It's done pretty much everywhere by noon and the air will be dry through the weekend.

Swing with us at the Martini Lounge Radio Dance at Harrah's Casino, Chester. Saturday March 5th. Live orchestra,... Read More
 
 
Cosby Hearing Set; Jet Blows Tires Landing; ARC After Dark Benefits Area's Disabled
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/04/16 8:54 am | updated: 02/04/16 8:54 am
 
The sexual assault case against actor Bill Cosby is moving forward. And a key battle will be waged over explicit testimony he gave in a deposition more than a decade ago. Montgomery County Judge Steven O'Neill on Wednesday rejected the testimony of a former suburban Philadelphia prosecutor who said he promised Cosby would never be prosecuted. The decision allows the case to move to a preliminary hearing on March 8. Cosby, 78, was arrested in December and charged with drugging and violating... Read More
 
 
SEPTA Train Hits Car; Warm Rain and Flooding; Mail Room Mess for Philadelphia
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/03/16 8:53 am | updated: 02/03/16 8:53 am
 
SEPTA's Regional Rail Service on the Manayunk Norristown line was suspended early Wednesday morning after the train struck a car. The collision occurred around 6:30 a.m. in the area of Cherry and Washington Streets in Conshohocken. The car was disabled on the tracks, and nobody was inside the vehicle during the crash. Officials say one person on board the train injured in the crash. 55 people were onboard the train at the time.

Swing with us at the Martini Lounge Radio... Read More

 
 
Camden Babies Missing; Punxatawney Phil Says Early Spring; Amtrak Crash Testimony
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/02/16 9:17 am | updated: 02/02/16 9:17 am
 
Camden County police say they are searching for a missing brother and sister, ages 1 and 3. They believe the children were taken by their mother. Javaughn Ossario and Kenya Ossario were reported missing Monday night. Police believe the children were taken by their mother, Kenya Garrett , who is known to frequent the Ferry Station apartments, Pfieffer Street, Kaighn Avenue and South 4th Street. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these children and/or their mother is asked to... Read More

 
 
Caitlyn Jenner to Speak at Penn; Pope Francis Fiat Sold; Zika Virus Threat
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 02/01/16 9:33 am | updated: 02/01/16 9:33 am
 
Caitlyn Jenner will be on campus at the University of Pennsylvania later this month for a conversation with author and Penn alumnus Buzz Bissinger. Bissinger wrote the Vanity Fair cover story about Jenner's transition. There will be 60 minutes of discussion followed by audience Q&A. The Evening with Caitlyn Jenner is set for Wednesday, Feb. 17, at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $5 for Penn students, and $30 for the general public. General public tickets are available online. Last week, Jenner settled... Read More

 
 
Pope Francis Philly Fiat Auction Tonight; Rowan Students Arrested; Kickboxer Michael Castro Arrested
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/29/16 10:17 am | updated: 01/29/16 2:13 pm
 
The Auto Show is back this weekend at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. During the Black Tie Tailgate tonight, a "Pope Francis Philly FIAT" will be auctioned to the public. All proceeds will benefit charitable works of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia including the Catholic Charities Appeal. The second FIAT 500L will be on display to the general public for the duration of the Philadelphia Auto Show. Other funds raised at the Black Tie Tailgate will support The Children's Hospital of... Read More

 
 
Two Black Female Judges a First; Former Charter School Sold; Hillary Visits Philly
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/28/16 9:15 am | updated: 01/28/16 9:15 am
 
For the first time, two African American women will serve as the top judges in the Philadelphia court system. Judges Jacqueline Allen (left) and Sheila Woods-Skipper will serve key roles. Allen was appointed administrative judge of the trial division of Common Pleas Court, which includes the system's busiest and most prestigious criminal and civil courtrooms. Judge Woods-Skipper, already the president judge of Common Pleas Court, will chair the system's administrative governing board. The... Read More

 
 
Philly Roads Need Plowing; Christie Apologizes; PA Turnpike Delays Closure and Detour
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/27/16 9:19 am | updated: 01/27/16 9:19 am
 
Snow removal is happening gradually across Philadelphia. Over 21,000 people reported their roads still needed plowing to the city's 311 hotline. The blizzard of 2016 generated 8 times the normal call volume plus another 6,000 requests through social media. If you've called and still haven't seen a plow, officials say hang on to your claim number, so workers can keep track of your request. Officials say until crews can get to your street, you can lend a hand too, by cleaning snow from storm... Read More
 
 
No Pants Subway Rides; Momma Dietz at 91; Eagles Sign Ertz to 5 Year Extension
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/26/16 7:26 am | updated: 01/26/16 7:26 am
 
If you rode the Philadelphia subway system on Sunday, January 10th you may have seen riders not wearing pants. Maybe you were one of them - taking part in No Pants Subway Rides. It's a growing international event that some people participated in this year on some SEPTA cars. It started in 2002 in New York for no purpose other than good clean fun. Participants act like they don't notice each other in their briefs. As long as underwear is on, it's not indecent exposure, and no infringement... Read More

 
 
Turnpike Apology; Blizzard Dig Out; Jersey Shore Storm Damage
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/25/16 9:15 am | updated: 01/25/16 9:15 am
 
Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission Chairman Sean Logan, issued an apology to the stranded motorists during the blizzard. Traffic is back to normal after a gruesome travel experience for many during the snowstorm. About 500 vehicles got stuck on a long stretch of the turnpike in Somerset and Bedford counties starting Friday night. Buses carrying Temple's Women's Gymnastics team and Duquesne University Men's Basketball team were among those stuck in the mess. Some travelers were stuck up to 24... Read More

 
 
 
 
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