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Chance Meeting Brings Together West Chester Woman and Downingtown Man Who Only Had Eyes for Each Other

Kelly Welch and Michael Regan.Image via the Philadelphia Inquirer. For Chester County natives Kelly Welch and Michael Regan, their love story was the right person, wrong time, but they managed to find their way back to each other to wed this past May at SS. Simon and Jude Parish in West Chester, writes Kellie Patrick Gates for the Philadelphia Inquirer.
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Caught on Video: ‘Massive' Shootout in South Philly Kills 2 Men

Video obtained by NBC10 shows the chaos on a South Philadelphia street after a deadly shootout sent neighbors running for cover last Thursday night. Philadelphia police said two men were killed and two others were injured in the gunfire on the 1200 block of South Bucknell Street. At least 30 shots were fired in what investigators are calling a "massive" shootout in the Grays Ferry neighborhood.
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2 Suspects Fatally Shot During Home Invasion In South Philadelphia, Police Say

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — An apparent home invasion turned deadly in South Philadelphia. Police say two men who were trying to break into a home on the 1600 block of South 10th Street were shot and killed by two men inside the house. Officials were on the scene for hours as they worked to determine what exactly happened and why. A home invasion turned deadly Monday afternoon, turning this residential street into a crime scene. “At first, I thought it was a woman and there were two intruders that were going to rob her, but now, I have no idea what really happened,” a...
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Police: 4 hurt in pair of nighttime double shootings in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA - Authorities say four people were shot in a pair of unrelated nighttime shootings Monday night in Philadelphia. Investigators say two men, ages 18 and 25, showed up at Albert Einstein Medical Center around 8 p.m. suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Authorities say both young men were shot while...
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Officer Fires Gun During Struggle With Suspect Wanted For Stealing Car, Philadelphia Police Say

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — There were tense moments in Philadelphia’s Fairhill neighborhood Monday night as an officer discharged his weapon after chasing a suspect wanted for stealing a car, according to police. Police say officers tried to stop the 20-year-old suspect at Front Street and Lehigh Avenue, but he bailed from the car and ran away. One officer caught up to him on the 2600 block of Waterloo Street. That’s when the two fell to the ground and police say a struggle ensued. Police say the suspect pulled out a gun. The officer then pulled a gun and fired, but did not hit the suspect. The suspect got up and ran away again. He was eventually arrested at Howard Steet and Lehigh Avenue. No one was hurt.
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Report hints at Harden not opting in, allowing team to sign Tucker

The deadline for James Harden to opt in to his $47.37 million player option for the upcoming 2022-23 season is 5 p.m. ET on Wednesday, June 29. Up until now, the reporting from the folks we trust has seemed to indicate that Harden would opt in, then sign an extension for two more seasons at a substantial number, but still lower than a max salary figure.
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19-year-old was driving more than 100 mph before fatal collision, cops say

Authorities have charged a 19-year-old motorist with death by auto following a crash that killed a Gloucester County woman in February. Tyler Proffitt, of Turnersville, was allegedly driving a Subaru Impreza at more than 100 mph on southbound Route 42/North Black Horse Pike around 5:45 p.m. on Feb. 25 before his vehicle collided with a car driven by a 39-year-old Williamstown woman, according to Monroe Township Police.
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Wilmington man pleads guilty to hiring hitman to kill his ex-wife

A Wilmington man pleaded guilty to hiring a hitman to kill his ex-wife, according to federal officials. The US DOJ said 47-year-old Javier A. Rodriguez pled guilty to one count of engaging in interstate murder-for-hire. Rodriguez offered an FBI source in February 2022 $10,000 to kill his wife, which was...
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Contractor charged with home improvement fraud

New Castle County police have charged an Elkton contractor with home improvement fraud. Gary Slagle of TriPoint Restorations turned himself in after being charged with one count of Home Improvement Fraud for allegedly not finishing work at a St. Georges home, despite being paid more than $40,000. The victim's contract...
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Phillies make under-the-radar move to bolster struggling outfield

Phillies make solid addition to weak outfield by claiming Óscar Mercado. The Philadelphia Phillies are making moves to fill the gaping hole left by Bryce Harper’s injury. In addition to recalling Mickey Moniak from Triple-A Lehigh Valley, the Phillies announced on Monday that they claimed outfielder Óscar Mercado off waivers from the Cleveland Guardians, who designated him for assignment on June 21.
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3 sought in armed robberies at North Philadelphia Rite Aids, authorities say

PHILADELPHIA - Authorities in Philadelphia are searching for three armed robbery suspects who they believe knocked off two pharmacies stores on consecutive days. Investigators believe the three wanted males robbed the Rite Aid on the 2800 block of Dauphin Street around 4 p.m. on June 18. About a day later, the trio is accused of robbing another North Philadelphia Rite Aid located on the West Lehigh Street.
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Three trades to land the Philadelphia 76ers a new starting wing

With the 2022 NBA Draft behind us, Daryl Morey and the Philadelphia 76ers were able to improve the roster with a draft-night trade. Many rumors before the draft swirled around the Sixers trying to acquire Eric Gordon from the Houston Rockets. For one reason or another, that deal did not come to fruition, but Morey was still able to make a move to improve the roster.
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