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2 Attempted Robbers Fatally Shot In South Philadelphia, Police Say

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police say two attempted robbers were fatally shot during a home invasion in South Philadelphia. The shooting happened Monday on the 1600 block of South 10th Street just after 1:30 p.m. According to police, two men forced their way into the home and were then shot by two men who live there. Police say two occupants fired about 20 shots, hitting the two other men. A 33-year-old man was shot 15 times throughout his body and another man was shot five times throughout the body. Both men were transported to an area hospital where they succumbed to their injuries. According to police, the two shooters are cooperating with police. Police originally stated the shooter was a woman. There is no word on any charges at this time.
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MLS Power Rankings: Philadelphia beats NYCFC to remind everyone of its contender status

While New York City FC fought off an MLS Cup hangover and set its sights on an ultimately futile CONCACAF Champions League run, the Philadelphia Union established themselves as the team to beat in the Eastern Conference and a Supporters' Shield rival for LAFC. In the past two months, though, everything had changed. NYCFC grabbed the aspirin and a cup of coffee to rocket up the standings, while Philly won just one in its past ten.
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A big center on the rise should have Flyers' attention at No. 5

Brent Flahr quipped that he hopes the Flyers won't be picking this high again in a long time. Nonetheless, though, Flahr and his amateur scouting staff are confident about landing a really good player around the top five of the 2022 NHL draft. "Yeah, I think we’ve gone over the...
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Report: Nets prepared to lose both Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant

The Brooklyn Nets appear to be on the verge of a total implosion. Just a few months after having a roster featuring a superstar trio of Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden, the Nets are facing the real possibility of losing all three. Harden was traded to the Philadelphia...
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Thieves Target Walmarts in Pa., NJ, Del. in East Coast Crime Spree

Cashiers beware: authorities say thieves are targeting a major retailer on the East Coast, including in the Philadelphia area. Police told NBC10 the pair has targeted Walmart stores in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. Recently, they've targeted Walmarts in the Philadelphia suburbs. Police say the men pretend to be...
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Driver Arrested In Hit-And-Run That Left 21-Year-Old Dead In Germantown: Police

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police have made an arrest in a hit-and-run that left a 21-year-old person dead in Germantown Monday. Philadelphia police arrested 25-year-old Quadera Parrish on Friday. Police say Parrish turned herself in. She has been charged with homicide by vehicle, involuntary manslaughter and other related charges. Investigators say Dia Lee was hit by a Tesla while crossing Germantown Avenue and Coulter Street just before 7 p.m. on Monday. They say the impact was so strong that Dia was launched nearly 12 feet in the air and hit a traffic light. Dia was taken to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead. After an extensive search, police tracked down the Tesla involved on Sydenham Street Thursday afternoon, but not the driver. A surveillance image released by police shows heavy damage to the right passenger’s side and a cracked windshield from the impact.
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Langhorne Citizen Joyously Turns 100, But Continues to Sift Long-Ago Military Memories

George Krikorian's WWII service was aboard a Navy seaplane, which may have resembled this 314 Atlantic Clipper.Image via the National Air and Space Museum. The Ukraine situation has seeped its way into the consciousness of Langhorne’s George Krikorian. On the cusp of his 100th birthday, he’s all smiles about his milestone. But a deeper melancholy, brought on by world news, also makes itself known, as reported in the Bucks County Courier Times.
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Philadelphia Phillies: Time for Cole Hamels to face reality

There was a time when Cole Hamels was a solid pitcher. The former Philadelphia Phillies All Star had moments when he appeared to be a future ace in his younger days, but ended up settling in as a solid middle of the rotation arm. He was a valuable part of a contending rotation through 2019 when the then 35 year old last took the ball for the Cubs.
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Look: Danny Green Reacts To Being Traded

During the first round of the NBA Draft on Thursday night, the Philadelphia 76ers traded the No. 23 pick and Danny Green to the Memphis Grizzlies for De'Anthony Melton. Green, 35, suffered a torn ACL and LCL in the postseason. Prior to this injury, he was averaging 5.9 points and 2.5 rebounds per game.
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Arrest in Lycoming County uncovers drug operation in Clinton County

Lock Haven, Pa. — A Philadelphia man was taken into custody after police discovered fentanyl and methamphetamine inside a home along McCloskey Lane in Lamar Township. The early evening raid resulted in the arrest and incarceration of Maurice Flipper Johnson, who police said delivered narcotics to a man in Lycoming County. According to a release from the Clinton County District Attorney’s Office, that man was identified as Matthew Slota, who was charged this week in Lycoming County. ...
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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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