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Parents, Police Plea For Hit-Run Driver To Turn Themselves In, $25K Reward

Parents, Police Plea For Hit-Run Driver To Turn Themselves In, $25K Reward

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia Police and the parents of the eight-year-old girl killed in a hit-and-run last week pleaded for the public’s help in finding the driver.

Police Commissioner Richard Ross said, “We need the public’s assistance in finding the person responsible.”
Jayanna Powell was killed on November 18 while she was walking home in the Overbrook section of the city.

Commissioner Ross said, “Looking at this family and the grief they are going through, help bring them some sense of closure because they have lost their little one.”

Police, speaking directly to the driver, said, “Your chance is now to come forward. I promise a fair investigation, but you have to come forward. The longer you stay away, the more it looks like you’re trying to hide something.”

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Center City Explosion Victim Overwhelmed By ‘Outpouring Of Love And Support’

Center City Explosion Victim Overwhelmed By ‘Outpouring Of Love And Support’

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Jim Alden was injured in a Center City explosion on November 22, which is still under investigation. He continues to recover from the ordeal and on Tuesday night, he released a statement via the page setup to help him.

Alden, 60, suffered shrapnel wounds when a package that he received exploded in his kitchen upon him opening it.

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Brazilian soccer team's plane crashes in Colombia; 71 dead

Brazilian soccer team's plane crashes in Colombia; 71 dead
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Rescue workers search at the wreckage site of a chartered airplane that crashed outside Medellin, Colombia, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016. The plane was carrying the Brazilian first division soccer club Chapecoense team that was on it's way for a Copa Sudamericana final match against Colombia's Atletico Nacional.
LA UNION, Colombia (AP) -- Colombian authorities searched for answers Tuesday into the crash of a chartered airliner that slammed into the Andes mountains while transporting a Brazilian soccer team whose Cinderella story had won it a spot in the finals of one of South America's most prestigious regional tournaments. All but six of the 77 people on board were killed.

The British Aerospace 146 short-haul plane declared an emergency and lost radar contact just before 10 p.m. Monday (0300 GMT Tuesday), according to Colombia's aviation agency. It said the plane's black boxes had been recovered and were being analyzed.

The aircraft, which departed from Santa Cruz, Bolivia, was carrying the Chapecoense soccer team from southern Brazil for Wednesday's first leg of the two-game Copa Sudamericana final against Atletico Nacional of Medellin. Twenty-one Brazilian journalists were also on board the flight.

Colombian officials initially said the plane suffered an electrical failure but there was also heavy rainfall at the time of the crash. Authorities also said they were not ruling out the possibility, relayed to rescuers by a surviving flight attendant, that the plane ran out of fuel minutes before its scheduled landing at Jose Maria Cordova airport outside Medellin.

Whatever the cause, the emotional pain of Colombia's deadliest air tragedy in two decades was felt across the soccer world.

Expressions of grief poured in as South America's federation canceled all scheduled matches in a show of solidarity, Real Madrid's squad interrupted its training for a minute of silence and Argentine legend Diego Maradona sent his condolences to the victims' families over Facebook.

Brazil's top teams offered to loan the small club players next season so they can rebuild following the sudden end to a fairy tale season that saw Chapecoense reach the tournament final just two years after making it into the first division for the first time since the 1970s. "It is the minimum gesture of solidarity that is within our reach," the teams said in a statement.

Sportsmanship also prevailed, with Atletico Nacional asking that the championship title be given to its rival, whose upstart run had electrified soccer-crazed Brazil.

Rescuers working through the night were initially heartened after pulling three people alive from the wreckage. But as the hours passed, heavy fog and stormy weather grounded helicopters and slowed efforts to reach the crash site.

At daybreak, dozens of bodies scattered across a muddy mountainside were collected into white bags. They were then loaded onto several Black Hawk helicopters that had to perform a tricky maneuver to land on the crest of the Andes mountains. The plane's fuselage appeared to have broken into two, with the nose facing downward into a steep valley.

Officials initially reported 81 people were on board the flight, but later revised that to 77, saying four people on the flight manifest did not get on the plane.

Images broadcast on local television showed three of the six survivors on stretchers and connected to IVs arriving at a hospital in ambulances. Chapecoense defender Alan Ruschel was in the most serious condition, and was later transported to another facility to undergo surgery for a spinal fracture. Teammates Helio Zampier and Jakson Follmann also suffered multiple trauma injuries, with doctors having to amputate the goalkeeper Follmann's right leg.

A journalist traveling with the team was recovering from surgery and two Bolivian crew members were in stable condition, hospital officials said.

The aircraft is owned by LaMia, a charter company that started off in Venezuela but later relocated to Bolivia, where it was certified to operate last January. Despite such apparently limited experience the airline has a close relationship with several premier South American squads.

Earlier this month, the plane involved in Monday's crash transported Barcelona forward Lionel Messi and the Argentina national team from Brazil following a World Cup qualifier match. The airliner also appears to have transported the national squads of Brazil, Bolivia and Venezuela over the last three months, according to a log of recent activity provided by

Before being taken offline, LaMia's website said it operated three 146 Avro short-haul jets made by British Aerospace, with a maximum range of around 2,965 kilometers (1,600 nautical miles) - about the same as the distance between Santa Cruz and Medellin..

Hans Weber, a longtime adviser to U.S. aviation authorities, said the aircraft's range deserves careful investigation. He noted that the air distance between cities is usually measured by the shortest route but planes rarely fly in a straight line - pilots may steer around turbulence or change course for other reasons.
Given the model of the plane and that it was flying close to capacity, "I would be concerned that the pilots may have been cutting it too close," Weber said.

Bolivia's civil aviation agency said the aircraft picked up the Brazilian team in Santa Cruz, where the players had arrived on a commercial flight from Sao Paulo. Spokesman Cesar Torrico said the plane underwent an inspection before departing for Colombia and reported no problems.

"We can't rule out anything. The investigation is ongoing and we're going to await the results," said Gustavo Vargas, a retired Bolivian air force general who is president of the airline.

Colombian authorities said they hope to interview the Bolivian flight attendant who relayed the fuel concerns on Wednesday.

Moments before the flight departed, the team's coaching staff gave an interview to a Bolivian television station in which they praised the airline, saying it brought them good fortune when it flew them to Colombia last month for the championship's quarterfinals, which they won.

"Now we're going to do this new trip and we hope they bring us good luck like they did the first time," athletic director Mauro Stumpf told the Gigavision TV network.

The team, from the small Brazilian agro-industrial city of Chapeco, was in the midst of a breakout season. It advanced last week to the Copa Sudamericana finals after defeating some of the region's top teams, including Argentina's San Lorenzo and Independiente, as well as Colombia's Junior.

The team is so modest that tournament organizers ruled that its 22,000-seat arena was too small to host the final match, which was moved to a stadium 300 miles (480 kilometers) to the north, in the city of Curitiba.

The team won over fans across Brazil with its spectacular run to the finals, with some even taking up a campaign online to move the final match to Rio de Janeiro's iconic Maracana stadium, where the 2014 World Cup finals were played.

The tragedy of so many young and talented players' lives and dreams cut short brought an outpouring of support far beyond Brazil's borders. Atletico Nacional said in a statement it was offering its title to the team, saying the accident "leaves an indelible mark on the history of Latin American and world soccer."

Closer to home, fans mourned the terrible loss.

"This morning I said goodbye to them and they told me they were going after the dream, turning that dream into reality," Chapecoense board member Plinio De Nes told Brazil's TV Globo. "The dream was over early this morning."

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Melania Trump, President-Elect First Lady of the United States of America, Professional Model

I think that I have figured out how to make a comment. I hope that my comment drops. I continue to see hate comments and images about Melania Trump... I asked the question many many times, is this a woman that is using her facebook page to send attacks and hate against another woman??? Melania Trump is a wife for over 10 years.... and Melania Trump is a mother, also... How can any woman continue to say that she feels sorry for Melania Trump after a marriage has taken place and child custody is not being battled in family court? There are so many many people both White Americans and Black Americans that are racist... In my view the 2016 United States presidential election has exposed the hidden racist greatly to the boiling point that these racist Americans can't control themselves even when attacking innocent Americans- especially innocent Americans reaching the the point of becoming president-elect first lady of the United States of America.... By the way, the accurate history books of president first ladies of the United States of America is... president-elect first lady of the United States of America, Michelle Obama, Lawyer, is the first Black American Woman married to the president of the U.S... In 2016, president-elect first lady of the United States of America, Melania Trump, Professional Model, is the second Black American Woman married to the president of the U.S.... I take offense at any woman launching no good reason attacks against another woman... It has been proven that Melania Trump is a Black woman, therefore, since I am a Black man, I take even more offense at any woman launching no good reason attacks against Melania Trump... To say that Melania Trump chased after Trump so that Trump could become her sugar daddy is not only blind but a racist comment...Why do racist people demand that others listen to their comments? Most racist are blind and therefore refuse to see how lost they are-choosing to enjoy being lost.

Friday, November 11, 2016

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The World Is Turning So Much....

President Obama married a Black woman.... do the research...

And President-Elect Trump married a Black woman the research...

Racist White peoples and Racist Black peoples are attacking both of these exceptional women-Black American Women of Color...

"If anyone is against racism in America, that human being is always looked down upon... Always," says Van Stone.

If things were that simple, any beautiful person Michelle Obama, First Lady of the United States, Attorney... we could conquer against racism together right now.

Every girl and boy would be safer from racism the same way.

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Most of the top fairy tale romance women characters or top super hero women characters in both the Western World and Eastern World are Black women.

Snow White is not a white female, Wonder Woman is not an Israeli female, and the list goes on and on... almost endless.

More importantly... Black women, Women of Color, living anywhere in the world should learn about their real prominence in non-fiction and fiction.

Snow White is a fiction folk tale borrowed from non-fiction life in Moorland- the lands of the Black Peoples known as the Moors.

She was Snow Black.

Moorland habitats (and Before the Moors) are most extensive in the neotropics and tropical Africa but also occur in northern and western Europe, Northern Australia, North America, Central Asia, South America, the Indian subcontinent, and all of the British Isles.

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Black women being princesses, Black men participation in knighthood emerged from the Moors as well as the Teutonic (Blacks in Germany) forests and was taught into civilization and positions by the then authority.

Black (the Maximum Darkness) meaning... Belonging to or denoting a human group  having from lightest-colored skin to darkest-colored skin... chiefly used of peoples of Eastern and Western World ethnic origin of someone's family...

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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Protesters Gather At Philadelphia City Hall Following Donald Trump’s Victory

Protesters Gather At Philadelphia City Hall Following Donald Trump’s Victory

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Protesters gathered at Philadelphia’s City Hall on Wednesday night to express their displeasure with America’s decision to elect Donald Trump as the next President of the United States.

Trump pulled off a surprising victory on Election Night, proving all of the major polls wrong.

Hundreds of protesters came together for an event held by the Philadelphia Socialist Alternative. Police say they estimate the number to be around 700.

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Spotlight on Prince Harry's new girlfriend, Meghan Markle

Spotlight on Prince Harry's new girlfriend, Meghan Markle
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Meghan Markle has been an actress for more than a dozen years, yet most people heard her name for the first time when Prince Harry announced that she's his girlfriend.

Harry confirmed he was dating the 35-year-old American when he released a statement Tuesday decrying the media's treatment of Markle, saying reporters have tried to break into her home and photographers have prevented her mother from reaching her front door.

The confirmation thrust Markle into a fishbowl of international media scrutiny, but it could also boost her career.

"The truth is she's not a household name," said E! News correspondent Marc Malkin. "She's going to be one because of Prince Harry."

Markle parlayed small parts on such TV series as "Fringe," ''Without a Trace" and "CSI: Miami" into a starring role on the USA Network drama "Suits ." She has played paralegal and aspiring lawyer Rachel Zane on the show, now in its sixth season, since 2011.

The actress appears to be as ambitious and hardworking as her character. Besides "Suits," she starred in the show's five-part web series about New York restaurants, "Power Lunch with Meghan Markle."

And a higher profile could bring more professional opportunities.

"Now that she's dating Prince Harry, I'm not saying that all of a sudden she's going to be working with every Oscar winner and legend in Hollywood, but a lot of doors open," Malkin said. "The benefit here is in 

Hollywood, it's about name recognition. You want people to think of you when they're casting something. 

You want people to think of you when they're throwing a big red carpet event. A lot of it is about exposure, and you can't ask for more exposure than dating Prince Harry."

That exposure could benefit Markle's various off-screen efforts as well, including the clothing collection she helped create for Canadian retailer Reitmans and her work with UN Women and the World Vision.

Markle continues to contribute to her lifestyle website, , which she established in 2014 as a place to "integrate social consciousness and subjects of higher value than, let's say ... selfies" with beauty and fitness advice. Her most recent post detailed how she balances her humanitarian work with her Hollywood career. She has also written for Elle magazine about being biracial and finding her identity beyond her ethnicity.

Markle credits her parents with showing her both the glitter of Hollywood and the joy of giving back. Born in Los Angeles, she accompanied her lighting-director dad to sitcom and soap-opera sets, while her therapist mom brought her along on exotic trips to places where poverty was the norm. Markle writes on her blog that her parents donated turkeys to homeless shelters at Thanksgiving and delivered meals to hospice patients.

"This is what I grew up seeing, so that is what I grew up being: a young adult with a social consciousness to do what I could, and to, at the very least, speak up when I knew something was wrong," she writes.

While it's unusual for a royal to issue an official comment on a personal relationship, as Harry did Tuesday, European royalty romancing American stars isn't new.

"Princess Grace is obviously the classic story," Malkin said. "It's this whole idea of royals dating Americans: how that's not supposed to happen and when it does happen, it's scandalous."

Or at least attention-getting. So how will Markle navigate work, life and romance under a royal microscope?

"She's going to have to have thick skin," Malkin said.

Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine, said Harry's previous girlfriends struggled with media attention.

"With Chelsy Davy, she handled the spotlight for a bit, but then she decided it really wasn't for her, that life. 

She couldn't actually marry into that world," she said. "And Cressida Bonas, although she's an actress, she hated the attention, she hated the criticism. And it's not just the press, it's everyone, everyone having a go at you. Very difficult to deal with."

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Camden County Authorities Bust Drug Ring, Arrest Leader

Camden County Authorities Bust Drug Ring, Arrest Leader

 Camden County Police Chief Scott Thompson speaking at the podium. (Credit: Paul Kurtz) 

Camden County Police Chief Scott Thompson speaking at the podium.

CAMDEN, N.J. (CBS) – Police in Camden have arrested 15 people who were allegedly involved in what investigators are calling a major drug ring following a seven month investigation.

Among the suspects arrested was the alleged leader, 33-year-old Fernando Diaz-Rivera — known on the street as “Gordo.”

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Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Van Stone Indigenous Black Peoples News: Tolima Colombia Report With Carlos Julio Dávila Forero, Philadelphia Front Page News Correspondent- THE Country Of The Snow 2 The Unknown And Fantastic History Of The Village Pijao (En la antigua Colombia)

In recent years, Carlos Julio Dávila Forero media coverage of Indigenous people and communities has been getting more and more prominent.

Forero is taking the lead in newspapers, on the increasingly on the web,- using his book and pictures- so that Indigenous stories have become mainstream.

Carlos Julio Dávila Forero online Indigenous news with the Philadelphia Front Page News magazine in the USA is dedicated to telling stories about The Unknown And Fantastic History Of The Village Pijao (En la antigua Colombia) as his book is for.

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