In Case You Missed It: Yesterday's Top Stories

Here are some of the top stories

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    NEWSLETTERS

    As $2.4 Billion Revel Casino in Atlantic City removed the "Revel" sign from its facade, and prepared to shut its casino doors, NBC10's George Spencer caught up with several Revel employees Monday night, who are now out of a job.

    Didn't have a chance to catch the news yesterday? Here are some of the top local stories you might have missed.

    $2.4B Revel Shuts Down After Just 2 Years Along Atlantic City's Boardwalk
    The most spectacular and costly failure in Atlantic City's 36-year history of casino gambling began to play out Monday when the $2.4 billion Revel Casino Hotel emptied its hotel.

    Bill Would Let Pennsylvanians Buy Booze Out of State
    Pennsylvania lawmakers have put the cork in privatizing state-run liquor stores for now, but one Philadelphia Republican is still trying to chip away at the state's Prohibition-era alcohol laws.

    Abusive Boyfriend Suffocates Teenager After Intentional Crash
    A central Pennsylvania man will serve 28 to 56 years behind bars for suffocating his girlfriend after she survived his deliberate, high-speed crash.

    Woman in Wheelchair Sues Ocean City, Maryland After Falling, Breaking Her Arm
    A woman who says a defect in a wheelchair sidewalk ramp in Ocean city caused her to fall out of her wheelchair and break her arm is suing the resort.

    Vandal Damages 10 Vehicles in Philly Neighborhood
    It was an unpleasant surprise on Labor Day for residents of Philadelphia’s Crescentville neighborhood after a vandal damaged several cars and trucks on their street.