The body of a woman who had been missing for several days was discovered naked and covered in blood behind a warehouse in South Philadelphia Sunday afternoon. The victim was identified by relatives as Crystal Goodwin, but police have yet to confirm this information, only describing her as a white female between the ages of 35 and 40. The shocking discovery was made just before 2pm in the 1900 block of South Christopher Columbus Boulevard near the Columbus Commons shopping mall.
Unrest was widespread in St. Louis, and the uncertainty has spread across the country, with demonstrations planned in Philadelphia and elsewhere after a decision about whether to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson is announced. 2. Thanksgiving travel weather: As travelers start to hit the road for Thanksgiving, meteorologists are keeping their eye on a possible snow storm Wednesday, one of the busiest days of the year on the roads and in the skies.
After recounting a harrowing escape from Baghdad with her four sons and a daughter and only a few belongings, Alkasey, 48, easily embraced the American holiday tradition and ticked off a list. "I thank God for freedom," she said.
It's not every day you're told to go to a dark parking lot in Southwest Philadelphia where a man will talk to you about your missing dog. "I thought that was a little bizarre," said J.J. Pierce, the Philadelphia schoolteacher whose 2-year-old black Lab, Louie, had been missing for more than a month.
Christopher Roney will be put to death for killing Philadelphia Police Officer Lauretha Vaird on in 1996 Christopher Roney was convicted of first-degree murder for the shooting death of Philadelphia Police Officer Lauretha Vaird Jan. 2, 1996. Governor Tom Corbett signed an execution warrant for Roney on Friday.
The On Ice show is centered on Disney's wildly popular wintery wonderland film that shattered box office records about 12 months ago. In addition to all the main characters from the film, a handful of other well-known Disney tales will be reenacted before fans of all ages, including Finding Nemo, Toy Story and The Lion King.