The Daily Numbers - Jan. 25
The Daily Numbers: 18 degrees when I walked out the door this morning. God. I hate January.
1-3 inches of snow starting this afternoon. I really hate January.
4 days last winter when we actually went under 32 degrees.
13, age of Main Line teen who got involved with 20-year-old Virginia man online. He now faces charges. Yesterday he waived his preliminary hearing.
1 week postponement for the big MLK/Black History Parade in Chester. It will now be held on Feb. 2.
15 year deal for European chemical maker to ship ethane to the Sunoco Logistics terminal in Marcus Hook.
36, age of exterminator from Levittown charged in the brutal murder of a young CHOP doctor in her Philly home.
30,000 dollar reward now posted for information in the abduction of a 5-year-old taken from her elementary school in Philly.
7.1 million dollar community center being envisioned in Ridley.
1,000 fine for trash haulers improperly disposing of electronics under new state law.
4,250 dollars a year, how much more a smoker may wind up paying for life insurance under the new Affordable Care Act
12 percent dip in value of Apple stock yesterday. It was off $63.51, to $450.50.
226.70, amount of bar tab that preceded an attack on a fan wearing a Rangers jersey after last year's Winter Classic. The victim is now suing both the bar and his attacker.
2.11 a pound, what chicken is selling for these days, leading to a shortage of chicken wings.
12.3 million fewer wings likely to be eaten on Super Bowl Sunday because of the shortage.
494 to 982 years in prison for a tattoo artist from Bucks County who was swapping sex for tattos with underage customers.
4 to 8 weeks on the shelf for Flyer Scott Hartnell with a broken foot.
1 win on the year for the Flyers after they gutted out a 2-1 win over the Rangers last night.
Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.
Kudos to Sixers point guard Jrue Holiday. He was named to the NBA All-Star roster.
I Don’t Get It: Beating up another fan because he happened to be wearing the jersey of the opposing team. I don't get it.
Today’s Upper: Kudos to police in Philly, who quickly identified and charged a suspect in the brutal murder of a young doctor at CHOP in her Philly home.
Quote Box: “It's very trafic. You have a young physician who dedicated her life to helping people and to die in this tragic manner, it's very, very sad."
- Philly Police Capt. James Clark, on murder of CHOP Dr. Melissa Ketunuti.