The Daily Numbers for Jan. 30
The Daily Numbers: 12, age of Ridley Middle School student now facing criminal charges after posting threats against fellow students on Facebook.
12,000 views of the video created by kids at St. Bernadette's School in Drexel Hill. Click here to view it.
1 of 6 teen girls from Chester who pleaded guilty yesterday in the videotaped beating of a mentally challenged woman.
11-23 months in prison on child porn charges for a Boothwyn man.
0.766-mill tax hike being considered in Penn-Delco School District.
8 cyber school applications rejected by Pa. Department of Education, including 1 in Springfield.
51 percent of respondents in recent poll who believe Gov. Tom Corbett does not deserve re-election to 2nd term; 31 percent said he did.
54-24 percent gap among women for the governor.
600 state stores to be shut down; 1,200 licenses auctioned to sell wind and liquor.
3,000 unionized state store clerks who oppose the move.
2-1 loss for the Flyers last night to the Rangers.
5 losses in 7 games for the Flyers. Not the start they wanted in this shortened season.
2 for 27, what Flyers are in their 5 losses.
3 for 10 in their 2 wins.
13,954.42 points for the Dow yesterday, nearing an all-time high. The market was up 73 points.
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Somehow I don't think this is the start the Flyers had in mind.
I Don’t Get It: The idea of making threats against fellow students is long past being a hoax. I don't get it.
Today’s Upper: Kudos to D.A. Jack Whelan, who filed criminal charges in the case of a Ridley Middle School student who made threats against students and staff on Facebook.
Quote Box: “We take anything that is put on Facebook that threatens a child in a school or otherwise very seriously and we act accordingly."
- Whelan, in announcing charges against the student.