Philadelphia-based reporter, editor and videographer for The Associated Press. Owner of a very bad cat. Puzzle fiend. With a passion for all things Philly, except cheesesteaks and overblown stories about Eagles fans throwing snowballs at Santa. Occasionally she takes photos and blogs them here and on Instagram (katmath13). On Sundays, she blogs The New York Times crossword here and at www.crosswordkathy.net.
A federal appeals court reversed the conviction of man imprisoned for illegally gaining access to AT&T’s servers and stealing the email addresses of more than 100,000 of iPad users, ruling Friday that prosecutors tried him in the wrong state.
The head of the union representing Philadelphia bus, subway and trolley operators said Tuesday that a strike is not imminent, but he noted that stalled contract talks would not resume until transit officials provided key financial information.
Buses, subways and trolleys were running Monday in the Philadelphia area despite the midnight expiration of a workers contract, and transit agency officials said they were waiting for the union’s response to their final offer.