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Sunday, September 28, 2014

Thousands Turn Out For Puerto Rican Day Parade On Ben Franklin Parkway

Thousands Turn Out For Puerto Rican Day Parade On Ben Franklin Parkway

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It was a picture perfect day to celebrate Puerto Rican culture on the Ben Franklin Parkway.

The sun was hot for the Puerto Rican Day parade on Sunday. The salsa dancers were even hotter.

Juan Gonzalez said the day’s festivities reminded him of being back on the island.

“You feel like you’re going back home,” he said. “Everything you see reminds you of where you’re from, where you came from — and it’s good.”

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Saturday, September 27, 2014

Community Marches To End Gun Violence In Philadelphia

Community Marches To End Gun Violence In Philadelphia

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Residents and community groups marched on Saturday in West Philadelphia to call for an end to gun violence.

Dozens marched three miles along 52nd Street as part of the Hands Across Gun Violence event.

Organizers say it’s important to educate young people:
“We have to get people to stand up against it – stand up against the shooting and the killing,” says Tony Jackson with the NAACP – one of the groups that organized the event.

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Friday, September 19, 2014

3 guilty in Ga. salmonella-tainted peanut trial

3 guilty in Ga. salmonella-tainted peanut trial

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FILE - In this March 12, 2009 file photo, Peanut Corporation of America's president Stewart Parnell arrives a federal court in Lynchburg, Va. A federal jury in Albany, Ga., convicted Parnell and two others Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, in connection with a salmonella outbreak that prompted one of the largest U.S. food recalls ever, sickened hundreds across the country and was linked to several deaths. Parnell was convicted on numerous counts including conspiracy, wire fraud and obstruction of justice related to shipping tainted peanut butter to customers and faking results of lab tests intended to screen for salmonella.

ALBANY, Ga. (AP) -- More than five years after hundreds of Americans got sick from eating salmonella-tainted peanut butter, the top executive at the Georgia plant where it was made was convicted Friday and faces prison time in a rare food-poisoning trial that advocates said sends a stern warning to others who may be tempted to place profits over safety.


Former Peanut Corporation of America owner Stewart Parnell, 60, could face more than three decades in prison after being found guilty of conspiracy, obstruction of justice, wire fraud and other crimes related to the outbreak in 2008 and 2009 that was linked to nine deaths and prompted one of the largest food recalls in U.S. history. His brother, Michael Parnell, and a second co-defendant could face 20 years in prison or more.

Experts said it was the first time American food processors have gone to trial on federal charges in a food-poisoning case. Food safety advocates applauded the jury verdict reached after a seven-week trial, though they also noted the case was unusually egregious.

"The message it sends is actually a pretty simple one: If you deliberately ship and sell contaminated food, there's now a good chance you might go to jail," said Jaydee Hanson of the Center For Food Safety. "That's good news. The bad news is deliberately shipping adulterated product is not what causes most of the salmonella outbreaks we've seen."

The brothers will be allowed to remain free pending sentencing if they can post bond. Federal marshals led them from the courtroom.

Stewart Parnell was convicted of knowingly shipping bad peanut butter to customers who used it in products from packaged crackers to pet food. The jury also found him and his food broker brother guilty of faking results of lab tests intended to screen for salmonella.

Prosecutors said the brothers used fake results so that wait times for real tests wouldn't slow down their hectic shipping schedule to customers including Kellogg's.

After being told a shipment faced delay while awaiting lab results, Stewart Parnell wrote an email referenced several times by prosecutors in the case that read: "Just ship it. I cannot afford to (lose) another customer."

Mary Wilkerson, the peanut plant's quality control manager, was convicted of obstruction of justice for withholding information from investigators, as was Stewart Parnell.

The outbreak sickened 714 people in 43 states by the time federal investigators traced it to Peanut Corporation's plant in Blakely, in January 2009. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that nine people who ate the tainted peanut butter died, though it couldn't say for sure salmonella caused each death.

Federal investigators found a plant with a leaky roof, roaches and evidence of rodents - all ingredients for brewing salmonella. Even worse, they eventually uncovered emails and records showing food confirmed by lab tests to contain salmonella was shipped to customers anyway.

"Corporate officials are now on notice that they'll be held to account for their conduct and claims of ignorance of arguments that `I was too busy' or maybe that `I delegated the responsibility to someone else' or even just finger-pointing in general will not be a shield from basic responsibility," said U.S. Attorney Michael Moore, whose office in Georgia's Middle District prosecuted the case.

Defense attorneys acknowledged during the trial that the plant shipped tainted peanut butter and somebody faked lab tests. But they blamed two former plant managers who pleaded guilty in the case.

"We respect the jury's work and the jury system, but we believe this was the wrong result," said Tom Bondurant, Stewart Parnell's lead attorney. "We'll continue to fight for Stewart at sentencing and in an appeal."

Michael Parnell's attorney, Edward Tolley, noted his client was acquitted on about 20 counts linking him to the actual shipments of contaminated products.

Peanut Corporation filed for bankruptcy after its plant was shut down by inspectors in 2009 and victims of the outbreak who filed claims against the company ended up splitting $12 million.

But federal prosecutors felt civil penalties weren't enough. The Parnell brothers and Wilkerson were indicted on a total of 71 counts last year. They weren't charged with sickening or killing anybody, but rather were accused of defrauding customers. Still, their sentences are likely to be long.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Alan Dasher estimated the Parnells will likely get 27 to 33 years in prison, which would "in effect be a life sentence" for the middle-aged brothers. Wilkerson faces a maximum term of 20 years.

Marshall Tousignant's father - 78-year-old Clifford Tousignant - died in January 2009. He was sickened by salmonella from tainted peanut butter sandwiches at a nursing home.

"It's great to hear he's not getting away with what he thought he would get away with, I guess, that justice is going to be served," the Brainerd, Minnesota, man said of Stewart Parnell.
 

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Organizers Of Philadelphia’s Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade And Festival Invite Entire Community To Take Part

Organizers Of Philadelphia’s Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade And Festival Invite Entire Community To Take Part

Joanna Otero-Cruz, executive director of El Concilio, talks about the upcoming Puerto Rican Day parade and festival during a City Hall news conference on Wednesday. (credit: Mark Abrams/KYW)

Joanna Otero-Cruz, executive director of El Concilio, talks about the upcoming Puerto Rican Day parade and festival during a City Hall news conference on Wednesday.

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Organizers of the annual Puerto Rican Day parade and festival in Philadelphia are finalizing plans for the cultural celebration later this month.

Joanna Otero-Cruz is executive director of El Concilio, the organization coordinating the Puerto Rican Day Parade on Sunday, Sept. 28 along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

Otero-Cruz says this year’s parade will feature some 1,500 participants.

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Monday, September 8, 2014

Local Firefighter Hospitalized In Fox Chase Blaze

Firefighter Hospitalized In Fox Chase Blaze

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A blaze in Philadelphia’s Fox Chase neighborhood sent a firefighter to the hospital Monday night.

The fire was reported around 7 p.m. in the 900 block of Griffith Street.

Firefighters arrived to flames coming from the second floor of a home.

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Saturday, September 6, 2014

Brand New 10K Run In Philadelphia Draws Sell Out Crowd

Brand New 10K Run In Philadelphia Draws Sell Out Crowd

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — 3,000 runners took to the streets Saturday for the first-ever “Philly 10K” — and the unusual course was an instant hint.

“We have a very passionate community of runners here in Philadelphia,” said race organizer Ryan Callahan.

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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Lindenwold Parents Outraged After Bus Service Discontinued For Some Elementary School Students

Lindenwold Parents Outraged After Bus Service Discontinued For Some Elementary School Students

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LINDENWOLD, NJ – It’s the first day of the school year and already, dozens of parents are furious with Lindenwold Public Schools because they say their kids are expected to walk a potentially dangerous route to school.

Families of about 40 kids who took the E4 bus were told over the summer in a letter that since they live within two miles of Elementary School #4, their children are legally allowed to walk.

The District says the decision to eliminate the route was a policy decision and not just about saving the $20,000 – 30,000 a year a bus route costs.

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Comedian Joan Rivers dead at 81

Comedian Joan Rivers dead at 81

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FILE - This Oct. 5, 2009 file photo shows Joan Rivers posing as she presents "Comedy Roast with Joan Rivers " during the 25th MIPCOM (International Film and Programme Market for TV, Video, Cable and Satellite) in Cannes, southeastern France. Rivers, the raucous, acid-tongued comedian who crashed the male-dominated realm of late-night talk shows and turned Hollywood red carpets into danger zones for badly dressed celebrities, died Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014. She was 81. Rivers was hospitalized Aug. 28, after going into cardiac arrest at a doctor's office.

Joan Rivers, the raucous, acid-tongued comedian who crashed the male-dominated realm of late-night talk shows and turned Hollywood red carpets into danger zones for badly dressed celebrities, died Thursday. 

She was 81.

Rivers died at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, surrounded by family and close friends, daughter Melissa Rivers said. She was hospitalized Aug. 28 after going into cardiac arrest in a doctor's office following a routine procedure. The New York state health department is investigating the circumstances.

"My mother's greatest joy in life was to make people laugh," Melissa Rivers said. "Although that is difficult to do right now, I know her final wish would be that we return to laughing soon."

Under the immobile, plastic surgery-crafted veneer that became Joan Rivers' unapologetic trademark as she aged, her wit remained as vibrantly raw and unruly as when she first broke her way into a comedy world belonging largely to men.

In a 2010 "Late Show" interview, David Letterman broached the plastic surgery issue: "You don't look exactly like the Joan Rivers I used to know." Rivers was unapologetic.

"Our business is so youthful. ... You do little tweaks, and I think if a woman wants to look good, or a man, do it," she said. "It's not about anybody else."

Fashion and acting were the early dreams of the woman who grew up as a self-described "fatty," but it was humor that paid the bills and ultimately made Rivers a star. She refused to cede the spotlight as the decades passed, working vigorously until her death.

"I have never wanted to be a day less than I am," she said in a 2013 interview with The Associated Press. 

"People say, `I wish I were 30 again.' Nahhh! I'm very happy HERE. It's great. It gets better and better. And then, of course, we die," she quipped.

Rivers was a scrapper, rebuilding her career and life after a failed attempt to make it as a late-night host was followed closely by her husband's suicide.

Rivers' style was hard-driving from the start and her material only got sharper. She was ready to slam anyone. A favored target was Elizabeth Taylor's weight ("her favorite food is seconds"), but the comedian kept current with verbal assaults on Miley Cyrus and other newcomers.

With her raspy voice and brash New York accent, Rivers turned the red carpet of the Oscars, Emmys and Golden Globes into a stalking ground for E! Entertainment. Her familiar query - "Who are you wearing?" - would quickly give way to such snarky commentary as her assessment of Adele's Grammy outfit: The singer looked like she was sitting on a teapot.

The barbs could turn inward as well, with Rivers mocking everything from her proclaimed lack of sex appeal ("my best birth control now is just to leave the lights on") to her own mortality.

In 2007, Rivers and her partner-in-slime, daughter Melissa, were dropped by their new employer, the TV Guide Channel, and replaced by actress Lisa Rinna. But the Rivers' women found new success on E! with "Fashion Police," which Rivers hosted and her daughter produced.

Joan Rivers never relaxed, always looking for the next and better punchline.

"The trouble with me is, I make jokes too often," she told the AP in 2013, just days after the death of her older sister. "I was making jokes yesterday at the funeral home. That's how I get through life. Life is SO difficult - everybody's been through something! But you laugh at it, it becomes smaller."

She had faced true crisis in the mid-1980s. Edgar Rosenberg, her husband of 23 years, committed suicide in 1987 after she was fired from her Fox talk show, which he produced. The show's failure was a major factor, Rivers said. Rosenberg's suicide also temporarily derailed her career.

"Nobody wants to see someone whose husband has killed himself do comedy four weeks later," she told The New York Times in 1990.

Rivers had originally entered show business with the dream of being an actress, but comedy was a way to pay the bills while she auditioned for dramatic roles. "Somebody said, `You can make six dollars standing up in a club,'" she told the AP, "and I said, `Here I go!' It was better than typing all day."

In the early 1960s, comedy was a man's game and the only women comics she could look to were Totie Fields and Phyllis Diller. But she worked her way up from local clubs in New York until, in 1965, she landed her big break on "The Tonight Show" after numerous rejections. "God, you're funny. You're going to be a star," host Johnny Carson told her after she had rocked the audience with laughter.

Her nightclub career prospered and by late that year she had recorded her first comedy album, "Joan Rivers Presents Mr. Phyllis and Other Funny Stories." Her personal life picked up as well: She met British producer Rosenberg and they married after a four-day courtship.

Rivers hosted a morning talk show on NBC in 1968 and, the next year, made her Las Vegas debut with female comedians still a relative rarity.

"To control an audience is a very masculine thing," Rivers told the Los Angeles Times in 1977. "The minute a lady is in any form of power, they (the public) totally strip away your femininity - which isn't so. Catherine the Great had a great time."

In 1978, she wrote, directed and co-starred in the movie "Rabbit Test." It had an intriguing premise - Billy Crystal as a man who gets pregnant - but was poorly received. In 1983, though, she scored a coup when she was named permanent guest host for Carson on "Tonight."

Although she drew good ratings, NBC hesitated in renewing her contract three years later. Fledgling network Fox jumped in with an offer of her own late-night show.

She launched "The Late Show Starring Joan Rivers" on Fox in 1986, but the venture lasted just a season and came at a heavy price: Carson cut ties with her when she surprised him by becoming a competitor.

Carson kept publicly silent about her defection but referred obliquely to his new rival in his monologue on the day her show debuted.

"There are a lot of big confrontations this week," Carson said as the audience giggled expectantly. "Reagan and Gorbachev, the Mets versus the Astros, and me versus `The Honeymooners' lost episodes."

Her show was gone in a year and she would declare that she had been "raped" by Fox; three months later, her husband was found dead.

It took two years to get her career going again, and then she didn't stop. Rivers appeared at clubs and on TV shows including "Hollywood Squares." She appeared on Broadway and released more comedy albums and books, most recently "Diary of a Mad Diva."

She was born Joan Molinsky in Brooklyn to Russian immigrants Meyer Molinsky, a doctor, and Beatrice. Rivers had a privileged upbringing but struggled with weight - she was a self-proclaimed "fatty" as a child - and recalled using make-believe as an escape. After graduating from Barnard College in 1954, she went to work as a department store fashion coordinator before she turned to comedy clubs. She had a six-month marriage to Jimmy Sanger.

In recent years, Rivers was a familiar face on TV shopping channel QVC, hawking her line of jewelry, and won the reality show "Celebrity Apprentice" by beating out her bitter adversary, poker champ Annie Duke. 

In 2010, she was featured in the documentary "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work."

She never let age, or anything, make her sentimental. Earlier in 2014, she got inked: a half-inch-tall tattoo, "6M," on the inside of her arm representing 6 million Jews killed in the Nazi Holocaust. In 2013, she brashly pledged to work "forever."

"You never relax and say, `Well, here I am!'" she declared. "You always think, `Is this gonna be OK?' I have never taken anything for granted."

Survivors include her daughter, Melissa and a grandson, Cooper.

Monday, September 1, 2014

Head Of Philadelphia Pastors Network Encourages Spiritual Leaders To Speak Out On Controversial Issues

Head Of Philadelphia Pastors Network Encourages Spiritual Leaders To Speak Out On Controversial Issues

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On this Labor Day holiday, the head of the Philadelphia based American Pastors Network is troubled by a trend – Pastors unwilling to speak out on controversial issues from the pulpit.

Sam Rohrer is president of a network of pastors acting as resources for those who believe in the authority of the Bible and what he calls a Biblical world view on matters of public policy.

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Police Searching For Missing Strawberry Mansion Man

Police Searching For Missing Strawberry Mansion Man

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia police are asking for the public’s help in finding a mentally ill Strawberry Mansion man who went missing Sunday.

Police say 51-year-old Victor Smith was last seen at home in the 2400 block of North 32nd Street around 12:30 yesterday afternoon.

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