A fix for late license suspensions that York County legislators pitched as a statewide remedy has turned out to apply to only York County. York County Clerk of Courts Don O'Shell says the limited ability of the fix leaves little incentive for his fellow clerks to follow through on their obligations to notify PennDOT of unreported drug convictions, because they would face the same backlash he did when his office underwent an audit.
GRACIOUS hostess Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell posed with man of the hour Santa Claus and other key operatives involved in Christmas Party for Homeless. COUNCILWOMAN Blackwell has organized this lavish Christmas affair for citizens drawn from homeless shelters across city for many years now.
That question is still haunting those who had any kind of contact with Bradley William Stone, the ex-Marine who on Monday massacred his ex-wife and five of her relatives in Montgomery County, and then apparently committed suicide. Yesterday, the Montgomery County Veterans Treatment Court - where Stone was admitted last year after he was caught driving under the influence of intoxicants for a second time - said in a statement that Stone "did not have a record of violence and he showed no violent tendencies while in the program."
You cannot turn on a television or read your news on the computer without seeing some story somewhere about how some cop screwed up somewhere. Recently ,across this country, there have been riots and demonstrations against police, specifically in support of Michael Brown, a criminal and Eric Garner, another criminal, who both died when they resisted getting arrested.
Anti-police sentiment has materialized in the form of graffiti along a busy avenue in West Philadelphia. NBC10's Deanna Durante has the story.
Two men are wanted for up to seven robberies in north Philadelphia. Six of them were caught on camera.