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PA Voter ID Law Upheld, Woman Falls into Subway, Bumbo Baby Seat Recall
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/15/12 5:37 pm | updated: 08/15/12 10:14 pm
Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson issued a decision today that denied a bid by various civil rights groups looking to block the new Pennsylvania Voter ID law from taking effect. Simpson said that the plainiffs, which included the ACLU and others, failed to prove that “disenfranchisement was immediate or inevitable” or that not issuing an injuction would cause “greater injury.” In fact he said stopping the process now would get in the way of preparations underway for the November... Read More

Madonna Tickets Bring in $100,000 to Help Dogs in Puppy Mills
  by: Kibarra - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/15/12 10:41 am | updated: 08/15/12 10:41 am
Madonna will be beginning her 10th tour, not counting guest performances, on August 28, 2012 at the Wells Fargo Center. This North American tour will be following her Europe tour which began May 31. As the first show of a tour is very sought after it seems to reason that tickets would be going for skyrocketing prices.

Two longtime supporters of the PA Animal Shelter successfully auctioned their 4 Madonna tickets to the Wells Fargo Center for $100,000. The tickets were originally... Read More
Powerball Fever, Woman Killed by SEPTA Train, Dead Bird Mystery Solved
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/15/12 8:52 am | updated: 08/15/12 8:52 am
What happens when the Powerball lottery goes two months without a winner? The jackpot grows to $320 million dollars. Tonight's Powerball lottery is certainly capable of changing the lives of winners - for better or worse. This is the 4th largest jackpot in Powerball history. If you choose to play, good luck.

UPDATE: Wednesday winning numbers 8/15/12: 6 27 46 51 56 Powerball: 21

A woman was struck and killed early this morning on the tracks of SEPTA's Broad... Read More
Fatal Shooting Suspect Sought, Bucks County Man Dead In Explosive Laden Home, Waterboarding Doctor?
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 08/14/12 11:11 pm | updated: 08/14/12 11:11 pm
Police are searching for the suspect in a fatal shooting that occurred on Tuesday evening. Two people were shot at about 6:05 p.m. in the 1200 block of West Rockland Street. Both victims were transported to Albert Einstein Medical Center where one of the victims died. Homicide detectives are investigating the scene and are searching for the suspect.

A Bucks County man was found dead in a home containing explosive materials on Tuesday. A bomb squad and agents from the the Bureau... Read More
Pennsylvania Obesity Ranks High, Kensington Strangler Confession Ruled In At Trial
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/14/12 6:20 pm | updated: 08/14/12 6:20 pm
A recent study on Adult Obesity shows that Pennsylvanians are a bit larger around the waist than a few of our neighbors. The study was conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and split out each state by the percentage of the population considered to be obese. The numbers are not very flattering. The states are ranked in order of most to least obese. Pennsylvania comes in at 28.6% of the population considered extremely overweight, which is good for #20. That's compared to 23.7% in New... Read More
Ali to Receive Liberty Medal, Penn State Accreditation Warning, Ocean City Closures
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/14/12 8:02 am | updated: 08/14/12 8:08 am
Tickets went on sale this morning to see Muhammad Ali receive the Liberty Medal presentation September 13th at the National Constitution Center. Ali, a world champion heavyweight boxer, is getting the recognition because of his conscientious objections to Vietnam military service, which he took all the way to the Supreme Court,

The Jerry Sandusky fallout continues at Penn State. Now the university's scholastic accreditation is in jeopardy. The Middle States Commission on... Read More
SEPTA Bus Collision Kills One, West Oak Lane Shooting, Camden K9 Heat Exhaustion Death
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 08/13/12 11:10 pm | updated: 08/13/12 11:10 pm
One person is dead and several people are injured after a SEPTA bus collided with a car in the West Oak Lane section of the city Monday night. The Acura, traveling northbound on Old York Road, veered into the oncoming lane and hit the southbound Route 55 bus. The female passenger in the Acura died from her injuries, the driver is reportedly in critical condition.

Philadelphia police are investigating the shooting death of 63-year-old Aamar Stanley early Monday morning. The deadly... Read More
Philadelphia Archdiocese Selling Beach House, Ocean City Beaches Closed, Pennsylvania Tequila Recall
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/13/12 6:10 pm | updated: 08/13/12 6:10 pm
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is set to auction off its large beachfront property in Ventnor, NJ to help payoff some of a $17 million deficit. The 11-bedroom, 10,000 sq-ft Villa St. Joseph retreat has been a respite for priests for 50 years, but the $115,000 a year in property taxes combined with $10 million in legal fees spent by the Archdiocese in the past two years on a criminal trial and lawsuits has forced Archbishop Chaput's hand to sell. The property, which spans an entire block, is... Read More

Kensington Strangler in Court, AC Expressway Toll Violators, Penn State Trustees Accept Sanctions
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/13/12 8:31 am | updated: 08/13/12 8:31 am
The Kensington Strangler case goes to court today. Antonio Rodriguez is charged with murdering three women, Elaine Goldberg, Nicole Piacentini and Casey Mahoney. DNA evidence linked Rodriguez to the murders and he has confessed. Rodriguez faces possible life in prison.

Drivers who blow through the tolls on the Atlantic City Expressway thinking nobody would catch up may be in for a surprise. Starting this week, the South Jersey Transportation Authority will start contacting... Read More
Maclin Rejoins Eagles, 30th Street Wreath Laying, Bride Stabs Husband On Wedding Day
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 08/12/12 11:07 pm | updated: 08/12/12 11:07 pm
The Eagles Training camp will have more workouts on Monday and Tuesday before breaking camp on Wednesday. One of the injured Eagles who returned to practice was wide receiver Jeremy Maclin.
The Eagles next preseason game will be next Monday against the Patriots, and the top unit is expected to get extended work.

A brief wreath laying ceremony was held at 30th Street Station on Sunday honoring some 1,300 Pennsylvania Railroad employees who served during World War II and... Read More
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