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Thursday's DN: SEPTA sees rise in thefts

SEPTA is warning passengers about a rise in thefts -- particularly of cell phones -- on the Broad Street Line and Market-Frankford El.

Thursday's DN: SEPTA sees rise in thefts

SEPTA is warning passengers about a rise in thefts -- particularly of cell phones -- on the Broad Street Line and Market-Frankford El. 

Mayor Nutter says it's fine for folks to feed the homeless ... just not outside in the public. 

Two women were arrested yesterday during a protest for undocumented workers' rights.

City Council took its first budget hearing of the year on the road.

On a related note, Council President Darrell Clarke promised to be more transparent about Council's own budget -- and then refused to elaborate. Er. 

Ronnie Polaneczky talks transvaginal ultrasounds with Kathleen Kane, a Democratic-primary candidate for attorney general. 

 

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Chris Brennan, a native Philadelphian and graduate of Temple University, joined the Daily News in 1999. He has written about SEPTA, the Philadelphia School District, the legalization of casino gambling, state government, the mayor, the governor, City Council and political campaigns. E-mail tips to brennac@phillynews.com
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Jenny DeHuff is a 2005 graduate of the University of Rhode Island, where she cut her teeth in journalism. A South Philly transplant from New England, she joined the Daily News City Hall Bureau in 2013. For the past several years, she has worked as an investigative reporter exposing corruption in suburban politics, covering sometimes ghastly criminal court cases and following the people’s money and how its spent. In addition to being a dogged news hound, she enjoys reading and writing about travel, animals, Irish whiskey and aviation. E-mail tips to dehuffj@phillynews.com
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Sean Collins Walsh is from Bucks County and went to Northwestern University. He joined the Daily News copy desk in 2012 and now covers the Nutter administration. Before that, he interned at papers including The New York Times, The Dallas Morning News and The Seattle Times. E-mail tips to walshSE@phillynews.com
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