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KYW-TV / CBS 3
1555 Hamilton St
Philadelphia, PA 19130 Directions
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The state of emergency is in effective beginning at 5 a.m. on Wednesday.
Police say a man in his early 20s was shot once in the chest.
Ponte Al Dia
1835 Market St
Philadelphia, PA 19103 Directions
10 Monument Rd
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 Directions
A man was found dead in a busy SEPTA concourse in Center City Tuesday night, according to police.The 37-year-old man was pronounced dead inside the concourse near SEPTAs 11th Street Market-Frankford Line Station at 7:01 p.m.Police initially told NBC10 the man was beaten by a group of men prior to his death. After further investigation, they determined however that the man likely died from an overdose and a group of men later discovered his body.Police have not yet revealed the mans identity or determined an exact cause of death. They say he appears to be a homeless man however and there were no signs of trauma to his body.This story is developing. Check back for updates. Photo Credit: Manuel Smith
Several hours of snow and sleet are expected Wednesday as a winter storm sweeps into the Philadelphia area, slamming right into the Wednesday afternoon commute. Schools are closing ahead of the storm.Weve issued a First Alert for all neighborhoods from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Schools Close Due to Impending Snow Even before the first flake fell, the Philadelphia School District announced its plan to close public schools Wednesday. All city archdiocesan and parochial schools will also be closed. Other schools could follow suit. Philadelphia courts and Temple University will also be closed.Late Tuesday night, Governor Phil Murphy declared a State of Emergency for New Jersey. Be Prepared: What to Do Before, During and After a Snowstorm Here is what you need to know.Tuesday was chilly but dry. The dry conditions continue into early Wednesday as clouds build.TIMINGThe snow will slowly start to develop during the end of the morning commute along the western edge of our region, including New Castle, Kent and Sussex counties in Delaware, the most western parts of South Jersey and Chester County in Pennsylvania. By late morning into the early afternoon, the snow will spread through the rest of the Pennsylvania suburbs, Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia and New Jersey.In the afternoon, the snow is likely to pick up intensity. The harder it snows, the worse the visibility and the greater amount of snow that will stick. Exact timing and intensity levels are still in question, but it appears to be enough to bring accumulating snow in the afternoon.Because the snow is forecast to pick up steam ahead of the evening commute, and may begin to turn over to sleet and freezing rain during the drive, traffic will likely be slow at best. Slippery and slushy conditions are possible.Wednesday evening the freezing precipitation will change over to just rain. Temperatures will warm overnight, and the Thursday morning commute will not see freezing conditions meaning roadways will improve.ESTIMATED TOTALSTotals are forecast between 3 to 5 inches in northern portions of Delaware, as well as Chester, western Delaware County and lower Berks County. Much of the suburbs, Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia and South Jersey will see 2 to 4 inches of snow and areas farthest east should see the lowest amounts below 2 inches.The rest of the 10-day forecast looks much milder, with highs in the 40s and 50s.Stay with the First Alert weather team for frequent updates on this storm, and download the NBC10 app to track the storm as it affects your neighborhood.Photo Credit: Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
A former Philadelphia Police Department detective pleaded not guilty Tuesday to allegations that he sexually assaulted male witnesses and suspects over more than a decade.Philip Nordo allegedly groomed his victims during ongoing investigations and engaged in conduct to make these men more susceptible to his sexually assaultive and/ or coercive behavior, the heavily-redacted grand jury report said.He was denied bail. His next hearing is set for late March.In their report, a Philadelphia grand jury recommended that Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner charge Nordo with several felony counts of rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, sexual assault, indecent assault, stalking and dozens of related charges.A phone call to an attorney previously listed for Nordo was not immediately returned Tuesday.Nordo, 52, was fired in 2017 after serving 20 years on the force in some of the departments most prestigious units including the Homicide Unit.He first joined the police force in 1997 and was promoted to detective in 2002. Seven years later, he was on the Homicide Unit. During that time, Nordo used his position of authority to intimidate, rape and assault men associated with his cases. He then bullied them into silence, heavily-redacted report said.In at least one instance, Nordo stared at and commented on a mans penis while the suspect was under arrest. He also discussed having sexual relationships with his victims over the phone using code words, the grand jury found.He asked incarcerated sources to tell him when so-called homosexual inmates were to be released so he could have sex with them or sexually groom them, according to the report.Much of this behavior occurred during active investigations. He also volunteered to work closely with his victims, including transporting inmates and witnesses for other detectives. These encounters allowed him to identify new victims or conceal his relationships with existing victims, the report said.He often targeted people who were already handcuffed or shackled, according to grand jury findings.He also diverted up to $20,000 from the Mayors Offices Crime Reward Program to his victims he favored. Nordo would pay off his victims using city money, according to prosecutors, with the detective submitting witnesses involvement in investigations to crime reward programs.Victims alleged Nordo would display his firearm during these grooming sessions and would tell suspects no one would believe them if they reported the alleged incidents.In one 2005 encounter, Nordo allegedly forced a robbery suspect to masturbate in front of him. He then gave his victim a cigarette. That victim reported the incident to another officer who then called the departments Internal Affairs Division.Officers from Internal Affairs conducted an interview with the victim, according to the grand jurys report. The victim was murdered 10 years later a case that remains unsolved.The status of the internal investigation remains unclear.A spokesman for the Philadelphia Police Department did not immediately have comment.A spokesman for the Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police said the organization will not represent Nordo during his legal battle.The Philadelphia Inquirer reported in July the district attorneys office had agreed not to challenge the dismissal of charges in at least one murder case where Nordo had been accused of having inappropriate contact with several witnesses. A second suspect who had pleaded guilty to charges in the same homicide was granted immediate parole instead of being sentenced to potential decades in prison.Krasnerdeclined to comment on the case during a Tuesday news conference, but said it was far too early to speculate whether past cases involvingNordowill be compromised as a result of the report.Photo Credit: Philadelphia Police Department
ABBA, the 70s pop group What do they have to do with anything Why is the meat we ate in first grade alive in our bodies Why do we have to become a solid steel statue What exactly is happening on April 27 Whats a steel furnaceThese are just a few of the questions being asked thanks to a mysterious and downright creepy letter taking Philadelphia and the Internet by storm. Booby-Trapped Stairway Shocks Philly Real Estate Investors Photos of the letter were repeatedly posted by several Reddit users who claimed an unidentified person was leaving copies of it in mailboxes and passing it around to residents in the citys Fairmount and Brewerytown neighborhoods.This is to inform you that all the food ate since first grade is alive in your body, especially the dead animal remains or meat since it was cooked alive and is alive in your body, the letter reads. Anywhere it goes now, you must go with it. Thats 365 days a year from first grade to now. Amazon Warns Philly Over Proposed Cashless Store Ban The letter features more incoherent rambling, warning the reader that the only way to save yourself from the every which a way of being burned alive is to become a solid steel statue by place yourself under anesthesia.The letter then refers to a steel furnace where metal can be melted and the bodies of people and animals mixed with the metal to become steel unable to be hurt. Philly Zoo Unlocking Its Zoo Key Program Once Again It ends by stating that a meeting on the building of a steel furnace will take place at noon on April 27, 2019, in a vacant lot on 27th Street and Girard Avenue.What we need is a bulldozer to dig some ditches and steel furnace equipment, the letter states. Do attend.The letter quickly sparked an endless supply of memes, a subreddit, a Facebook event and even its own location on Google Maps.Yet while the letter has led to plenty of jokes, some residents have expressed their concerns.Um, someone needs to look into that, one Reddit user wrote. Because if the writer is in any way involved with kids or vulnerable adults, things could go very badly wrong. Take it to the cops Ask them who handles this kind of thingNBC10 reached out to Philadelphia police to see if they were investigating. A spokesperson said they havent received any formal complaints nor a copy of the letter. They are encouraging people to call and report it however if they have any concerns.Photo Credit: Google Maps This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Just hours after NBC10s report, waste management picked up garbage that was piling up outside an apartment in Camden, New Jersey, for several weeks. Yet while the city took action, more problems remain for residents of the building.
4100 City Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19131 Directions
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SEPTA said the 37-year-old man died suddenly in the 11th Street Concourse just before 7 p.m. Tuesday night.
The state of emergency is across all 21 counties in New Jersey, allowing resources to be deployed throughout the state during the duration of the storm.
Cook County States Attorney Kim Foxx has recused herself from the investigation surrounding the alleged attack on Empire actor Jussie Smollett, her office told ABC News on Tuesday.
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