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Delco Times: Part 1 of "Live from the Newsroom" from Widener University Communication Studies HD TV studios in Chester, PA. Taking Flyer's Playoff Hockey and Philadelphia Union Soccer. Produced at Widener University Communication Studies Studios on Tuesday April 15th. Directed and graphics
Audio from Scanner Radio before radio silence at 8:57 EST I was not aware of what was going on at the time of the recording. Scanner notified me that 28k people were listening to the channel and I had my laptop nearby so I recorded the communication. I then saw that this had been transpiring for nearly 10 hours already.
Everyone's been talking about the Harlem Shake. Have you been wondering what it is? The staff of The Intelligencer (in Doylestown, Pa.) take a quick mid-afternoon break to show you. Our version might not be the original version, but we've added an original twist. For more great content from The Intelligencer news team, visit www.phillyburbs.com/news/local/the_intelligencer_news
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The Washington Times' Alexander Hunter and James Morrison discuss the latest news surrounding Tea Party favorites Christine O'Donnell, Delaware's Republican candidate for Senate, and Carl Paladino, New York's Republican gubernatorial candidate.
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Two Delaware boys are in a coma and their father still is unable to talk or move two weeks after they became sick — perhaps from pesticide exposure, federal officials say — during a trip to the U.S. Virgin Islands, their lawyer said Saturday.
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President Henry B. Eyring, first counselor in the First Presidency, dedicated Pennsylvania’s first temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ 152nd on Sunday, September 18, 2016. "It has a feeling in it unlike any temple I've ever been in terms of its beauty and the spaciousness, and just the feeling of the house of the Lord. It's really quite remarkable," said President Erying. Accompanying President Eyring to the dedicatory services were Elder D. Todd Christofferson of Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and Elders Gerrit W. Gong, Anthony D. Perkins and Larry Y. Wilson of the Seventy. President Eyring directed the completion of the temple construction with the traditional cornerstone ceremony. He placed mortar around the cornerstone and invited others to do the same. "It's...