Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Breaking News

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A former Interboro High School teacher was sentenced to 9 to 23 months in jail Tuesday for involuntary manslaughter and driving under the influence in a crash that killed a 72-year-old Conshohocken man.
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Sixt Rent A Car has purchased a building near Philadelphia International Airport for what will be the German company's first Philadelphia location, according to Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, which brokered the sale.
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A SEPTA transit police officer was injured early Tuesday during an altercation with a man at a Broad Street Line station.
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A big payday is in store for one Montgomery County lottery player. A ticket sold in Gilbertsville won $450,000 in Monday's Cash 5 drawing by matching all five numbers: 9, 20, 36, 38 and 43.
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A woman was arrested Tuesday in connection with a mass art theft from the Chester County photographer who took National Geographic's famed "Afghan Girl" portrait.
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More rain fell in Philadelphia on the first day of June than in all of May and set a new record for the date in the process.
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An associate of the notorious organized crime family that inspired “The Sopranos” pleaded guilty today to distributing cocaine, federal officials said.
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President Obama will eulogize Beau Biden at a Funeral Mass this weekend for the vice president's son, the White House announced Tuesday.
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A Chester County man who allegedly attacked an acquaintance with a sword, and then set himself on fire inside his car after he was pulled over by police on a New York highway, remained hospitalized on Tuesday.
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For the second time in as many months, a state Senate committee has failed to recommend one of Gov. Wolf's cabinet nominees.
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Not only can you smoke cannabis, you can build with it. A workshop on building with hempcrete, a cannabis-reinforced concrete, will take place this...
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The National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday issued a preliminary report on the deadly crash of Amtrak 188, but did not reveal any new findings.
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The Nutter administration Tuesday rolled out an ambitious blueprint for assuring that all children in Philadelphia benefit from high-quality early learning experiences.
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Philadelphia police in Point Breeze over the weekend shot at a fleeing armed man who suddenly turned toward pursuing officers, police said Tuesday.
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WASHINGTON - Several members of Congress expressed frustration Tuesday that federal investigators had not yet determined if the engineer operating Amtrak #188 was using his cellphone when the train crashed in Philadelphia last month.
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Their driveways look like moonscapes. And each winter, they've gotten worse.
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A bomb threat that proved to be a hoax prompted police to evacuate a U.S. Airlines jet Monday morning after the flight from San Diego arrived at Philadelphia International Airport.