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Fleeing Auto Joyrider leaves lil bro behind, Priest Suspended Again, Missing Bucks Co. Teen
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 09/18/12 3:21 am | updated: 09/18/12 3:21 am
A 15-year-old girl who took her parents' car for a ride Monday afternoon struck a parked car, then fled the area, but not before leaving her little brother behind. Authorities say the teen got into a minor accident with a parked vehicle. She then, according to police, ran away, leaving her 9-year-old brother behind in the car. The boy was eventually reunited with his parents. Police say when the teen returned home, they issued her a ticket.

A Roman Catholic priest in Philadelphia... Read More
Soundgarden Annouce New Album, "King Animal", First in 16 Years
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/18/12 2:19 am | updated: 09/18/12 2:20 am
Seattle's Soundgarden have announced they will be releasing their first full album of new material in 16 years on November 13th. The album is called King Animal and features 13 tracks co-produced with Adam Kasper. Kasper's done work with Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam and Queens of the Stone Age in the past.

King Animal track list:
1. "Been Away Too Long"
2. "Non-State Actor"
3. "By Crooked Steps"
4. "A Thousand Days... Read More

No Late Night Curfew For Camden, No Clemency For Terrence Williams, Heavy Rain on the Way
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/18/12 1:30 am | updated: 09/18/12 1:32 am
A late-night business curfew will not go into effect tonight in Camden. A judge passed an injunction this morning prohibiting police from enforcing the ordinance that was passed by Camden City Council last city. It would require any business within 200 feet of a residential neighborhood to close by 11pm on weekdays and midnight on weekends. Restaurants that serve alcohol and gas stations are exempt, but not take-out and mini-marts would not. The law is intended to control crime. The goal would... Read More

Haverford Music Festival - iRadioPhilly Wristband Raffle
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/17/12 1:54 pm | updated: 09/17/12 1:54 pm
Tha 2nd Annual Haverford Music Festival drew 15,000 this year on a picture perfect day Saturday. IRadioPhilly broadcast the event live on our Local Stage radio station and Indre Recording provided a live video stream throughout the day on We will rebroadcast the event next week. Check back for the replay schedule.

Wristband Raffle prize winners have been posted on the Raffle Prize page at Read More

Street Trolley Collision, Dangerous Rip Currents, US Constitution Celebrates 225 Years
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/17/12 12:29 pm | updated: 09/17/12 12:29 pm
An SUV collided with a street trolley on Girard Avenue in Kensington early this morning, knocking the trolley off its tracks. The vehicle rear ended the trolley at a high rate of speed near 6th and Girard. Two passengers in the SUV fled the scene. The driver is in stable condition at Hahnemann University Hospital.

Rip currents at the Jersey Shore made swimming treacherous this weekend. At least 11 water rescues were reported on Sunday at South Jersey beaches. Two swimmers... Read More

Essington Avenue Crash Kills Driver, Mural Arts Program Dedicated, Voter ID Update
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 09/17/12 6:45 am | updated: 09/17/12 6:45 am
A man in his 20's is dead after police say he lost control of his vehicle and hit a parked car while driving on Essington Avenue in Philadelphia Sunday morning. Police believe the man was driving at a high speed and say he hit several other vehicles before he crashed. No other cars were said to be involved in the crash.

The latest work of the Mural Arts Program was dedicated Sunday at 7th and Dauphin Streets in North Philadelphia. The mural, which depicts the effects of... Read More
Plymouth Township Cop Killed, Nutter's Trip to DNC Questioned, Traffic Court Judge Indicted
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/14/12 12:35 pm | updated: 09/14/12 12:35 pm
A Plymouth Township police officer was shot and killed last night after responding to a hit-and-run crash. K-9 Officer Brad Fox and his dog, Nick pursued the suspect and in a confrontation both Fox and his K-9 were shot. Fox was stuck in the head and was killed. The K-9, Nick survived. The hit and run suspect was also shot and killed.

Philadelphia Republicans have filed a complaint with the City?s Board of Ethics over Mayor Nutter?s use of taxpayer money to cover the cost of... Read More

Plymouth Township Police Officer Killed, Camden County Police Search For Robber Dressed As Woman
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 09/14/12 3:57 am | updated: 09/14/12 3:57 am
A Plymouth Township police officer was shot and killed Thursday evening responding to a hit and run crash in Montgomery County.
K-9 Officer Brad Fox was pursuing a hit and run suspect which led to a violent confrontation between the two. The officer was shot in the head. Officer Fox's K-9, Nick, was also shot but survived and is fine.

The suspect was killed, but authorities would not disclose how he died or the circumstances that led to Thursday’s violence.Read More
Made In America Taxpayer Cost?, Shipley Coach Gets Three Years Probation, Traffic Judge Arrested
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 09/13/12 9:56 pm | updated: 09/13/12 9:56 pm
The remnants of the Made in America Music Festival are still very visible. What remains to be seen is how many taxpayer dollars were spent to bring this unprecedented, private for profit event with Jay Z and Live Nation to Philadelphia. Mayor Michael Nutter's continually said that the numbers will be released when they’re ready. The Mayor has said previously that there would be cost-sharing, and that any taxpayer dollars would be worth it because of the publicity it would give... Read More
Ali in Philadelphia, Voter ID in PA Supreme Court, Traffic Light Fundraisers Studied
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/13/12 12:33 pm | updated: 09/13/12 12:33 pm
The Greatest. Boxing champ Muhammad Ali is in Philadelphia today and will receive the Liberty Medal tonight at the National Constitution Center. Ali is now 70 years old and is being recognized as a champion of freedom whose courage and conviction helped spread ideals of liberty around the world.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is hearing arguments today about the new Voter ID law requiring voters to show a valid photo id prior to casting a ballot. Some see the law as an... Read More

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