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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Pa. State Senate Dems Propose $300M Fix For Education Statewide

Pa. State Senate Dems Propose $300M Fix For Education Statewide

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Democrats representing Philadelphia in the Pennsylvania state senate say they have a way to generate more money for education, without a major tax increase.

The plan from the Philadelphia Democrats would generate $300 million for schools statewide, including $90 million more for Philadelphia.   It includes using savings from an expansion of Medicaid, modernizing liquor sales, freezing the phase-out of the Capital Stock and Franchise Tax on businesses, and taxing smokeless tobacco.

Some of those ideas were floated last year, but Philadelphia teachers’ union head Jerry Jordan says districts across the state are feeling the pinch now.

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Authorities Use Newly Enhanced Statute To Crack Down On Human Trafficking In South Jersey

Authorities Use Newly Enhanced Statute To Crack Down On Human Trafficking In South Jersey

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (CBS)As New Jersey gears up for Sunday’s Super Bowl, authorities are shining a light on the darker side to the big game — human trafficking.

Authorities in South Jersey are using a newly enhanced statute to crack down on human trafficking.
Police are making arrests.

“I had a protective and loving mother and farther, and yet I was exploited a at a very young age,” victim Lexie Smith said.

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Police ID 3 Suspects In Center City Pickpockets

Police ID 3 Suspects In Center City Pickpockets












PHILADELPHIA (CBS)—The Philadelphia Police Department has identified three suspects wanted for several pick-pocketing incidents around the city.

Police identify the first suspect as Timothy Mosley.  He has several addresses across the city from the 400 block of Sharon Avenue, Sharon Hill, Pa., 1200 block of South 53rd Street, 20 block of North 62nd Street, and the 1200 block of South 53rd Street.

The second suspect named is James Black. Authorities say he is known to operate a 1990 Cadillac Deville Coupe tan in color, with a Pa. Tag of JHY-8788. His last known address is from the 500 block of North 59th Street.

The third suspect is Renza Sheaff also known as Tina Hainey.  She has also used the name as Robin Davis in the past as well as several other names. Sheaff previously resided on the 2600 block of South 80th Street and the 20 block of North 62nd Street.

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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Mason Makes 33 Saves, Flyers Beat Red Wings 5-0

Mason Makes 33 Saves, Flyers Beat Red Wings 5-0

Steve Mason #35 of the Philadelphia Flyers makes a save against the Detroit Red Wings at the Wells Fargo Center on January 28, 2014 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Flyers won 5-0.  (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
Steve Mason #35 of the Philadelphia Flyers makes a save against the Detroit Red Wings at the Wells Fargo Center on January 28, 2014 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Flyers won 5-0.
 
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Scott Hartnell and Claude Giroux each had three points, Steve Mason made 33 saves and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the banged up Detroit Red Wings 5-0 Tuesday night.

Adam Hall and Sean Couturier also scored for the Flyers, who snapped a four-game losing streak. The Flyers (26-22-6) won an eighth straight game at home against the Red Wings (23-19-11), a franchise best against Detroit, which has not won in Philadelphia since the 1997 Stanley Cup final.

Mason recorded his second shutout of the season and the 21st of his career.

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Cell Phone Video Captures Vicious Attack of Student in Northeast Philadelphia

Cell Phone Video Captures Vicious Attack of Student in Northeast Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Laughter is heard in the background as a cell phone captures the vicious attack of a Philadelphia school student.

The attack happened on a neighborhood street in Northeast Philadelphia.
And the video was posted on Facebook.

It is a malicious, twisted half-minute.
For more than thirty seconds, two school-aged students punch, chase, knee, slam and beat another student as a third teen records it

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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Phila. Father Pleads Guilty To Falsely Enrolling Daughter in Suburban School

Phila. Father Pleads Guilty To Falsely Enrolling Daughter in Suburban School

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — A Philadelphia man today admitted in Montgomery County Court that he illegally enrolled his daughter in a suburban school district and was ordered to pay back the amount that prosecutors say was stolen from the taxpayers.

After several hours of negotiations between attorneys, Hamlet Garcia — who had been charged with a felony theft offense — pleaded guilty to a summary offense in the school code.  He admitted that he knowingly provided false information when he enrolled his child in a school in Lower Moreland.
Montgomery County prosecutor Steven Latzer says he is pleased with the outcome of the case.

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Temple Looks To Break Through Wednesday Vs. Rutgers

Temple Looks To Break Through Wednesday Vs. Rutgers
  
DAYTON, OH - MARCH 24: Head coach Fran Dunphy of the Temple Owls looks on from the sideline in the second half against the Indiana Hoosiers during the third round of the 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at UD Arena on March 24, 2013 in Dayton, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)DAYTON, OH – MARCH 24: Head coach Fran Dunphy of the Temple Owls looks on from the sideline in the second half against the Indiana Hoosiers during the third round of the 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament at UD Arena on March 24, 2013 in Dayton, Ohio.
 
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – To say it has been a frustrating season to this point for the Temple Owls would be putting it mildly.

As they get ready to host Rutgers on Wednesday night, the Owls sit at 5-13 (0-7 in the American Athletic Conference) and they have dropped eight straight games. Most recently they lost at home to #13 Cincinnati, 80-76. In that game, the Owls battled back from a 19-point, second-half deficit to tie the game at 76 late, only to see the Bearcats score the final four points to grab the win. That has been a common theme during Temple losses this season: they battle, the game is close late, but the Owls fall just short.

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Sunday, January 26, 2014

Villanova Holds Off Marquette, 94-85 In OT

Villanova Holds Off Marquette, 94-85 In OT

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MILWAUKEE (AP) — Ryan Arcidiacono had 20 points and 11 assists, and coolly guided No. 4 Villanova in overtime following a frenzied finish to regulation of a 94-85 victory over Marquette on Saturday.
Arcidiacono had six points and two assists in the extra period. He hustled for a loose ball with 37.7 seconds left that allowed Villanova coach Jay Wright to call a timeout and avoid a turnover.

James Bell, who finished with 30 points, followed with two free throws to make it a three-possession game for the Wildcats (17-2, 6-1 Big East).

Todd Mayo had 18 points including the last 10 in regulation for Marquette (11-9, 3-4) to help force overtime at 77-77.

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NJ Police Searching For Missing Pregnant Teen

NJ Police Searching For Missing Pregnant Teen

Aalana Jackson (Credit: Pine Hill Police)
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PINE HILL, N.J. (CBS) – Police in Pine Hill, New Jersey are asking for the public’s help in tracking down a pregnant 16-year-old girl who has been missing for almost a week.

Aalana Jackson was last seen by her foster mother at about 7 a.m on Tuesday, January 21st.

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The new face of food stamps: working-age Americans

The new face of food stamps: working-age Americans

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Maggie Barcellano plays with her three-year-old daughter, Zoe, at Lakeway City Park in Lakeway, Texas on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014. Barcellano enrolled in the food stamps program to help save up for paramedic training while she works as a home health aide and raises her daughter. Working-age people now make up the majority in U.S. households that rely on food stamps, a switch from a few years ago when children and the elderly were the main recipients.

WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a first, working-age people now make up the majority in U.S. households that rely on food stamps - a switch from a few years ago, when children and the elderly were the main recipients.


Some of the change is due to demographics, such as the trend toward having fewer children. But a slow economic recovery with high unemployment, stagnant wages and an increasing gulf between low-wage and high-skill jobs also plays a big role. It suggests that government spending on the $80 billion-a-year food stamp program - twice what it cost five years ago - may not subside significantly anytime soon.

Food stamp participation since 1980 has grown the fastest among workers with some college training, a sign that the safety net has stretched further to cover America's former middle class, according to an analysis of government data for The Associated Press by economists at the University of Kentucky. Formally called Supplemental Nutrition Assistance, or SNAP, the program now covers 1 in 7 Americans.

The findings coincide with the latest economic data showing workers' wages and salaries growing at the lowest rate relative to corporate profits in U.S. history.

President Barack Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night is expected to focus in part on reducing income inequality, such as by raising the federal minimum wage. Congress, meanwhile, is debating cuts to food stamps, with Republicans including House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., wanting a $4 billion-a-year reduction to an anti-poverty program that they say promotes dependency and abuse.

Economists say having a job may no longer be enough for self-sufficiency in today's economy.

"A low-wage job supplemented with food stamps is becoming more common for the working poor," said Timothy Smeeding, an economics professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who specializes in income inequality. "Many of the U.S. jobs now being created are low- or minimum-wage - part-time or in areas such as retail or fast food - which means food stamp use will stay high for some time, even after unemployment improves."

The newer food stamp recipients include Maggie Barcellano, 25, of Austin, Texas. A high school graduate, she enrolled in college but didn't complete her nursing degree after she could no longer afford the tuition.

Hoping to boost her credentials, she went through emergency medical technician training with the Army National Guard last year but was unable to find work as a paramedic because of the additional certification and fees required. Barcellano, now the mother of a 3-year-old daughter, finally took a job as a home health aide, working six days a week at $10 an hour. Struggling with the low income, she recently applied for food stamps with the help of the nonprofit Any Baby Can, to help save up for paramedic training.

"It's devastating," Barcellano said. "When I left for the Army I was so motivated, thinking I was creating a situation where I could give my daughter what I know she deserves. But when I came back and basically found myself in the same situation, it was like it was all for naught."

Since 2009, more than 50 percent of U.S. households receiving food stamps have been adults ages 18 to 59, according to the Census Bureau's Current Population Survey. The food stamp program defines non-elderly adults as anyone younger than 60.

As recently as 1998, the working-age share of food stamp households was at a low of 44 percent, before the dot-com bust and subsequent recessions in 2001 and 2007 pushed new enrollees into the program, according to the analysis by James Ziliak, director of the Center for Poverty Research at the University of Kentucky.

By education, about 28 percent of food stamp households are headed by a person with at least some college training, up from 8 percent in 1980. Among those with four-year college degrees, the share rose from 3 percent to 7 percent. High-school graduates head the bulk of food stamp households at 37 percent, up from 28 percent. In contrast, food stamp households headed by a high-school dropout have dropped by more than half, to 28 percent.

The shifts in food stamp participation come amid broader changes to the economy such as automation, globalization and outsourcing, which have polarized the job market. Many good-paying jobs in areas such as manufacturing have disappeared, shrinking the American middle class and bumping people with higher levels of education into lower-wage work.

An analysis Ziliak conducted for the AP finds that stagnant wages and income inequality play an increasing role in the growth of food stamp rolls.

Taking into account changing family structure, higher unemployment and policy expansions to the food stamp program, the analysis shows that stagnant wages and income inequality explained just 3.5 percent of the change in food stamp enrollment from 1980 to 2011. But from 2000 to 2011, wages and inequality accounted for 13 percent of the increase.

Several economists say food stamp rolls are likely to remain elevated for some time. Historically, there has been a lag before an improving unemployment rate leads to a substantial decline in food stamp rolls; the Congressional Budget Office has projected it could take 10 years.

"We do not expect income inequality stabilizing or declining in the absence of real wage growth or a significant reduction in unemployment and underemployment problems," said Ishwar Khatiwada, an economist for the Center for Labor Market Studies at Northeastern University who reviewed the Labor and Commerce departments' wage data.

Full- and part-time workers employed year-round saw the fastest growth in food stamp participation since 1980, making up 17 percent and 7 percent of households, respectively. In contrast, the share of food stamp households headed by an unemployed person has remained largely unchanged, at 53 percent. Part-year workers declined in food stamp share.
 

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Special Delivery: Baby Delivered On Sled Following Snowstorm

Special Delivery: Baby Delivered On Sled Following Snowstorm


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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Like something out of a movie: that is how one neighbor describes the moments as baby girl Bella was born — on a sled!

It happened around 5:30 a.m. Wednesday morning on Cinnamon Drive in Philadelphia’s Roxborough neighborhood.

The biggest winter storm since 2010 has just blanketed the region with upwards of a foot of snow

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What Melody Means In La Dominica Republicana: With Your Radio Host Ninabel De Jesus



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Latin American host, Ninabel De Jesus sends her music selections known as “ Dominican Bachata,” and “Merengue” -a sound meditated upon by hundreds of thousands of Latin Americans every day, across Dominican Republic and up to the U.S. A.   All the way from La Dominican Republic, Ninabel De Jesus is the hosts’ of music choice you should hear. 

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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

DJ Wuddlive -A King of Music for the Battles: Funky & Remix Worldwide Music of The Year


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DJ Wuddlive, Philadelphia, PA: DJ and Mixtape Radio Personality

The Rise of the Mixtape DJ Battles across Philly to South America. DJ Wuddlive plays the DJs’ music you should hear.  Swing by Power WVSR 1360 Philly Internet radio, www.fpnnews.us and www.frontpagenes.us, weekdays and weekends, hear DJ Wuddlive play and discuss popular track:  mixtape beats,  crossover hits, funk, pop rhythms, dance, Hip-Hop and R and B, throwback classics, old school, - jams from late ‘60s through ‘90s,  oldies, reggae, soul  by some of our favorite DJs from Philly, New York,  Los Angeles,  Oakland -on the East Coast, on the West Coast  and new songs from across the  Latin world.  

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