Monday, July 28, 2014
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A 16-year-old boy was in critical condition after being shot three times Monday night in the city, police said. Sometime before 8 p.m., the teen was shot in the stomach and twice in the right arm by an unknown assailant, police said.
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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) - Two people were arrested when a brawl involving dozens of guests broke out at a wedding reception in central New Jersey.
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Five congressmen asked the NCAA to rescind penalties imposed after the Sandusky scandal.
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A Philadelphia prosecutor turned to no less an authority than Michael Jackson in opposing early parole for the rapper Meek Mill, saying he has yet to accept responsibility for himself and his actions.
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Two men have been charged with murder and sexual assault in connection with last week's carjacking that killed three North Philadelphia children and left their mother fighting for her life.
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Marquita Castleberry was taking a leisurely stroll late Monday afternoon near Penn's Landing when a car sped past her, crashed through a metal fence, flipped end over end, and plunged into the Delaware River.
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ROSTRAVER, Pa. (AP) - A youth pastor has been fired by a western Pennsylvania church and jailed on charges he performed sex acts with a 15-year-old girl in their church building.
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NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) - A former New Jersey high school teacher who sexually assaulted two 16-year-old male students is now headed to prison.
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A top Veterans Affairs administrator visited Philadelphia's VA regional office in Germantown on Monday and pledged that mistakes leading to long delays for veterans seeking benefits are being addressed.
An irate father delivered a knuckle sandwich to a Wawa customer at a touch-screen kiosk on Sunday because he believed the man was ogling his daughter instead of food, police said.
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Charles Barkley said he will offer to pay for the funerals of three children killed in a Philadelphia carjacking.
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Political advertisers and candidates dropped more than $4.6 million at a single Philadelphia television station between April 2013 and June 2014. An...
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Lightning is suspected in a fire Monday that destroyed the wooden tank of a landmark water tower in Camden. The slightly leaning tower sits atop an abandoned factory at Copewood and Thorn Streets and is seen by commuters riding the PATCO High Speed Line at the nearby Ferry Avenue Station.
An attorney of one of the men being questioned in a deadly carjacking that resulted in the deaths three children and gravely injured their mother identified...