In Case You Missed It: Yesterday's Top Stories

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    The photo, posted by a Philadelphia paramedic, shows two black men pointing guns at a white officer -- and Philadelphia Fire Commission Derrick Sawyer had no problem expressing his unhappiness with the post. NBC10's Nefertiti Jaquez has the details. (Published Thursday, Dec 18, 2014)

    Didn't have a chance to catch the news? Here are yesterday's top stories.

    Philly Paramedic's Instagram Photo Sparks Controversy
    Mayor Michael Nutter and Fire Commissioner Derrick Sawyer condemned a Philadelphia Fire Department paramedic for a photograph shared on Instagram that depicted two black men pointing guns at a white police officer.

    Shoppers Beware: Die-In Protest Planned for AntiMall
    Planning on scooping up some gifts at the King of Prussia Mall Saturday? Demonstrators are expected to disrupt one of the busiest shopping days of the year

    'Cop Lives Don't Matter' Graffiti Hits West Philadelphia Street
    Anti-police sentiment has materialized in the form of graffiti along a busy avenue in West Philadelphia.

    HUP Among 721 Hospitalized Penalized for High Infection, Injury Rates
    In its toughest crackdown yet on medical errors, the federal government is cutting payments to 721 hospitals for having high rates of infections and other patient injuries, records released Thursday show.

    Teen Caregiver Charged with NY Boy's Murder

    A 19-year-old who sparked a manhunt when she claimed two masked intruders abducted a 5-year-old boy from a home in upstate New York has been charged with murder for allegedly strangling the boy.