Thursday, July 31, 2014
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An “X” doesn’t mark the spot. A bright line on a sonar map does. That’s where the fuselage of Amelia Earhart’s plane may...
Just as Mayor Nutter quietly left for Paris, he has quietly returned. With no fanfare or official debriefing about his six-day trip to France, Nutter went back to his mayoral routine Wednesday, taking part in a groundbreaking ceremony.
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Philadelphia police were involved in two shootings of suspects Wednesday afternoon. About 4:30 p.m. in the 3200 block of Page Street in Strawberry Mansion, a male was shot in his lower abdomen and was taken by police to Temple University Hospital.
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A 33-year-old man was arrested after police said he choked a woman visiting from New York with twine and wire in a botched robbery attempt Wednesday in West Philadelphia.
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BELMAR, N.J. - Gov. Christie was greeted by a smattering of protesters Wednesday during his latest summertime talk with residents in New Jersey's beach communities.
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Becoming a consecrated virgin, says Judith Stegman, means there's one thing you'll do without - obviously - and one you'll definitely need:
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The arrests of six longtime narcotics officers on federal corruption charges Wednesday prompted Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey to reiterate his call for the department to regularly rotate narcotics officers out of the unit.
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John Dean is awfully tired of Americans' penchant for applying the suffix -gate - from Monicagate to Obamagate - to attack politicians they dislike.
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Thelma Brown, 69, who was injured in the carjacking crash Friday that killed three children, was released Wednesday from Hahnemann University Hospital, a hospital spokeswoman said.
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Philadelphia City Council announced Wednesday the launch of an ambitious data-driven program meant to identify neighborhoods most in need of support.
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HARRISBURG - The head of the Pennsylvania State Police said Wednesday that he planned to fight a federal lawsuit seeking to dial down the agency's hiring standards.
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HARRISBURG In an initial ruling, the Public Utility Commission said Wednesday that Sunoco Pipeline L.P. is not exempt from local zoning laws because its proposed services related to its Mariner East pipeline do not qualify as a public utility.