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NEWS
February 15, 2013 | By Mari A. Schaefer, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Delaware County woman accused in the stabbing death of her husband, a former University of Pennsylvania basketball star, was being held in the medical section of the Delaware County Prison on Thursday awaiting psychiatric treatment, her attorney said. Maria Reyes Garcia-Pellon is accused of killing Matthew White early Monday as he slept. She told police she caught White viewing pornography, according to court records. On Sunday, White had taken his wife to the emergency room of an area hospital after she became extremely ill, according to Kathryn Labrum, her Media-based lawyer.
NEWS
February 3, 2013
DEAR ABBY : I'm a 20-year-old college student with a great job, life ambitions and parents who love me. A few months ago I met a wonderful young man who is in the Army. We met on the Internet, communicated online for several weeks, then took the next step to meet in person. "Jack" is 10 years older than I am and has a son from a previous marriage. I did a background check and everything he told me is true. But I'm afraid to introduce him to my parents. They are leery about people meeting on the Internet.
BUSINESS
January 21, 2013 | By David Sell, Inquirer Staff Writer
When the patients get to Jeanmarie Perrone in the emergency room at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, they are sometimes already blue. Sometimes alive, but sometimes blue. Lack of oxygen will do that to a body. Overdoses of prescription opioid painkillers can cause depressed breathing, a lack of oxygen moving through the body, and then death. America has a continuing epidemic of such overdoses, with more than 15,000 deaths per year, government agencies say, more than from cocaine and heroin combined.
NEWS
December 31, 2012
By Llewellyn King Here are 20 vital questions for New Year 2013. In every case, the answer is "probably not. " 1. Will the telephone companies, the credit-card issuers, and every other organization stop torturing their customers with automated phone systems that deny the right to speak to a human being? 2. Will President Obama tell us where he thinks the nation is going, and what it will look like in four years? 3. Will the tea-party folks finally get over tea and try something a little stronger, like head-clearing bourbon?
NEWS
November 23, 2012 | By Carolyn Hax
Question: I'm getting a dose of reality. I'm divorcing my husband (of 23 years) seven years after the affair and sitting unhappily on the fence. My sister has always been my best friend, with whom I could share it all ... but the blinders about reciprocity, support, and validation are slipping off. What kind of sister would hear stories of the packed getaway suitcase stashed in the garage in case of a needed escape and not say, "You need to get out...
SPORTS
November 18, 2012 | By Bill Lyon, For The Inquirer
He could feel it coming, that familiar rolling thunder of the kettle drums in his chest, his windpipe constricting even as he tried frantically to suck in oxygen, his arms going numb like a wet finger in a light socket, his legs turning to jelly - and slowly he gave in to gravity and began to sink to his knees, and on the way down he thought: "So this is what it is like to die. " But not then. Not now. Not yet. No, golfer Charlie Beljan's time here had not expired. What the 28-year-old feared to be a heart attack during a tournament turned out to be a panic attack, which mimics a heart attack but is seldom fatal, though no less terrifying.
NEWS
November 3, 2012
A Bensalem man was in custody Friday on charges that he assaulted his 3-month-old son, allegedly shaking him when the child would not stop crying. Kyle Hinkle, 25, of the 1500 block of Virginia Avenue, was charged Thursday with aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of a child, both felony counts, and related offenses. He was being held in the Bucks County prison after failing to post 10 percent of $50,000 bail, according to a news release posted on the police website. On Oct. 12, Aria Health-Torresdale Campus alerted authorities that an infant was in the emergency room with head trauma, police said.
SPORTS
November 1, 2012 | BY TED SILARY, Daily News Staff Writer
YOU COULD SAY Andrew Guckin has come out of nowhere to emerge as the top rusher for Archbishop Wood High's ever-impressive football team. You could also say he jumped up from a hospital bed and, well, that wouldn't be the worst-ever example of truth-stretching. The 5-11, 200-pound Guckin, a senior halfback, last Friday night sliced and diced the Vikings' school record for one-game rushing yards by churning for 345 in a 56-35, looked-like-a-track-meet victory over host Bonner-Prendergast.
SPORTS
November 1, 2012 | BY TED SILARY, Daily News Staff Writer
YOU COULD SAY Andrew Guckin has come out of nowhere to emerge as the top rusher for Archbishop Wood High's ever-impressive football team. You could also say he jumped up from a hospital bed and, well, that wouldn't be the worst-ever example of truth-stretching. The 5-11, 200-pound Guckin, a senior halfback, last Friday night sliced and diced the Vikings' school record for one-game rushing yards by churning for 345 in a 56-35, looked-like-a-track-meet victory over host Bonner-Prendergast.
SPORTS
October 24, 2012 | By Jonathan Lai, Inquirer Staff Writer
Temple football player Kamal Johnson on Tuesday was ordered to stand trial for allegedly beating his girlfriend and imprisoning her for several hours in a dormitory incident in September. Philadelphia Municipal Court Judge Teresa Carr Deni, in a preliminary hearing, upheld charges of false imprisonment, unlawful restraint, aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, simple assault, and false imprisonment. Deni dismissed a charge of kidnapping for lack of evidence. Formal arraignment is scheduled for Nov. 13. Temple has said Johnson, a defensive end, would not practice or play with the team until the charges are resolved.
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