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Hazmat Cleanup; Rubik's Cube World Record VIDEO; New Boat House in Conshohocken
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/27/15 8:23 am | updated: 04/27/15 8:23 am
 
Hazmat crews are on the scene of a collision between a tractor trailer and a tanker truck in Lower Providence Township. The tractor trailer was carrying printing ink and supplies while the tanker was carrying sewage waste. The contents of both vehicles spilled onto S. Park Avenue located between Eagleville Road and Falcon Road. One of the trucks also caught on fire.

There is a new world record holder in our midst. A local teenager solved the Rubik's Cube in 5.25 seconds. ... Read More
 
 
Dead Fetus Found at Recycling Plant; Deliveryman Shot and Killed; SEPTA Bus Bursts Into Flames
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/24/15 8:46 am | updated: 04/24/15 8:46 am
 
Authorities say an employee at a recycling plant in Camden, New Jersey, found a fetus Thursday afternoon. According to authorities, officers responded to ReCommunity Camden, a recycling plant on Mount Ephraim Avenue, after an employee discovered a deceased fetus on a conveyor belt at around 3 p.m. yesterday. The Camden County Prosecutor's office and Camden County Police Department are investigating.

A Chinese food delivery man was shot and killed near the Hill Creek Apartments... Read More
 
 
Synthetic Pot Sickens in Lehigh Valley; Three Philly Cop Arrests; VA Office Problems
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/23/15 8:06 am | updated: 04/23/15 8:06 am
 
Synthetic marijuana is putting people in the hospital in the Lehigh Valley. The Lehigh County District Attorney's office says since April 17th there have been at least 50 incidents in the Lehigh Valley. Some required medical treatment or a hospital stay in Allentown, Bethlehem and other parts of the region.

Three Philadelphia police officers are to be arrested today over unrelated incidents. According to the Daily News, Officer Christopher Hulmes will be charged with perjury... Read More
 
 
2015 Eagles Schedule Released; Episcopal Teacher Accused of Sex Abuse; Slip n Slide Record Attempt
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/22/15 8:33 am | updated: 04/22/15 8:33 am
 
The Philadelphia Eagles NFL schedule has been released. The Eagles will open the season on the road with the Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football September 14th. The home opener in Sunday September 20th, a 4 o'clock start with the Dallas Cowboys. A game to circle - Sunday, December 13th when LeSean McCoy and the Buffalo Bills come to town.

Philadelphia Eagles' 2015 Schedules

2015 PRESEASON SCHEDULE
Date Time Opponent TV
Sun, Aug. 16 1:00... Read More
 
 
Woman Who Dumped Son Faces Extradition; Kenney and Diaz Engage Over Hispanic Voters; AG Kane Sued
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/21/15 9:16 am | updated: 04/21/15 9:16 am
 
A Philadelphia woman accused of dumping her quadriplegic son in the woods so she could visit her boyfriend in Maryland has been released from a hospital and is facing extradition. Nyia Parler is in custody and is due in court Tuesday in Montgomery County, Maryland. Philadelphia police officers will pick her up if she agrees to return. The 21-year-old son remains hospitalized in stable condition after spending four cold, rainy days in the woods near his home this month. The young man has been... Read More
 
 
Silver Alert for Missing Yardley Man; Mourning Loss of Ryan Gillyard; Vatican Scouts Spots for Pope
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/20/15 8:59 am | updated: 04/20/15 8:59 am
 
Lower Makefield Township Police are seeking the public's help in locating a missing person from the Yardley area. 88-year-old Francis McDonald went missing late Sunday night from the 1000 block of River Road in Yardley, near the areas of Slate Hill Development and Maccelsfield Park. McDonald has dementia. He was last seen wearing a striped polo shirt, blue pants, and a tan jacket. He is not from the area and does not have access to any vehicles.

Friends and family are mourning... Read More
 
 
Gay Beating Charges Upheld; Stagehand Falls to Death at Borgata; Caged Boy Snapped then Killed
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/17/15 9:05 am | updated: 04/17/15 9:05 am
 
A judge has upheld charges against three people accused of beating a gay couple in Center City last year. Philip Williams of Warminster; Kevin Harrigan of Warrington; and Kathryn Knott of Southampton (pictured) were walking in a group of about a dozen people in September when they encountered the two victims near 16th and Chancellor Streets. Some of the people in the group allegedly lobbed anti-gay slurs at the men, and a fight ensued leaving both victims hospitalized. A trial date has not... Read More

 
 
Redskin Mascot Retirement Push; New Concert Venue in Fishtown; Nightclubs Pay 7 Mil Settlement
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/16/15 8:53 am | updated: 04/16/15 8:53 am
 
A high school in Delaware is at the center of a debate over the school's mascot and nickname. For the last 80 years Conrad High School has used the name Conrad Redskins and many alumni are resisting the "retire the mascot" committee. Native American mascots have already been phased out by more than 2,000 schools and sports teams in recent years.

Philadelphia is getting a new concert venue in Fishtown. In fact, two under one roof. House of Blues entertainment will open the new... Read More
 
 
Christie Proposes Social Security Overhaul; Teacher Fall Settlement; PA Speed Camera Consideration
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/15/15 8:26 am | updated: 04/15/15 8:26 am
 
New Jersey governor Chris Christie has proposed a $1 trillion overhaul of Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. The governor called for reduced Social Security benefits for seniors earning more than $80,000, and ending payments entirely for those making $200,000 or more, as well as an increase in the retirement age from 67 to 69.

A former high school administrator was awarded a $5 million settlement for severe injuries she sustained when she slipped on wet flooring glue at her... Read More
 
 
Board Meting to Decide Teacher's Fate; Mother Charged with Attempted Murder; Revel Owner Battling
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 04/14/15 8:15 am | updated: 04/14/15 8:15 am
 
The school board is meeting today to decide the fate of a New Jersey teacher who had her third grade class write get well letters to convicted cop-killer, Mumia Abu Jamal. Marilyn Zuniga was suspended from Forest Street Elementary School in Orange, New Jersey pending the outcome of the investigation.

The mother is being charged with attempted murder for dumping her son in the woods. Daequan Norman, who had been missing for five days has cerebral palsy, and is quadriplegic and... Read More
 
 
 
 
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