Weekend headline roundup: SEPTA police back to work, it's really hard to get a job
Plus, two men were shot outside West Philly's Wheels of Soul motorcycle club and "Survivor" is holding a local casting call.
Happy April Fool's Day. Here's a roundup of this weekend's big headline, some of which we wish were a joke.
>> Two men were shot outside the Wheels of Soul motorcycle club in West Philadelphia early this morning, one of them fatally.
>> The city of Philadelphia announced yesterday that it is rolling out a pilot sidewalk "E-Lane" for pedestrians who wish to use electronic devices while walking.
>> Negotiators reached a tentative agreement between SEPTA and the striking Fraternal Order of Transit Police on Friday and officers returned to work at midnight today, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
>> Police have made three more arrests in the murder of popular Bucks County musician Danny DeGennaro, bringing the total number of people in custody for the crime to five, according to Fox 29.
>> Ammunition you can use at the next family function when your uncle tells you to "just get a job": young adults in the millennial generation face higher unemployment and more debt than any other age group, The Inquirer reports.
>> Man "forgets" he had a loaded gun in his bag at the Philadelphia International Airport the same day another man "forgets" he had a bunch of homemade fireworks in his carry-on, according to NBC 10.
>> Televised game show "Survivor" is holding a casting call in Atlantic City April 28, CBS reports.
>> Five men and one woman were killed over a violent weekend in Philadelphia.