John Kopp

John Kopp

John Kopp is a News Reporter/Web Producer who joined PhillyVoice.com after spending five years reporting for the Delaware County Daily Times. He spent the prior year covering state and local politics, including a $4 million Pennsylvania state Senate race. He previously covered Chester city government, the Chester Upland School District and high-school sports. A Temple University graduate, John enjoys long-distance running, watching baseball and exploring new places.

john@phillyvoice.com

May 24, 2018

Survival Guide

How to survive: Nuclear attack or accident

With North Korea aggressively testing missiles that could reach the continental United States, reviving fears last felt during the Cold War, it's helpful to know how to respond during a nuclear attack.

May 24, 2018

Tips

How to survive: Active shooter situation

Here's what you should know, in case you ever find yourself in an active shooter situation.

May 24, 2018

Tips

How to survive: Hurricanes and other storms

Here's what you can do to prepare yourself for hurricanes and other storms.

May 24, 2018

Survival Guide

How to survive: Rowhouse or high-rise fire

Here's what to do if a fire breaks out in your rowhome, high-rise unit or office.

May 24, 2018

Tips

How to survive: Flash floods, or a submerged car

Each year, flooding kills more people than any other storm-related hazard, including lightning. Here's what to do if you get caught in a flood.

May 24, 2018

Public Safety

Out and about now, local survivor of Las Vegas shooting massacre always has a plan of escape

There's a lot that police and security agencies do to protect crowds from harm. But security experts say there also are steps that individuals can take to increase their chances of survival in a mass shooting.

May 18, 2018

Crime

Philly prosecutors to re-arrest man who allegedly vandalized Israeli flag

The Philadelphia District Attorney's Office announced Friday afternoon that it is filing an affidavit to re-arrest a man suspected of vandalizing the Israeli flag that hangs along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

May 17, 2018

Vandalism

Keswick Theatre vandalized ahead of Tomi Lahren appearance

Graffiti reading "NAZIS DIE" was spray-painted onto the Keswick Theatre ahead of Thursday's appearance by conservative commentator Tomi Lahren.

May 15, 2018

Weather

Did you hear that boom? Thunder sets off car alarms in Philly

A thunderstorm rolled through Philadelphia on Tuesday night, bringing brilliant lightning flashes and roaring thunder.

May 15, 2018

Election Day

Report: Philly state House candidate subject of anti-gay posters

Malcolm Kenyatta, a Democrat running for the open seat in the 181st Legislative District, would become the second openly-gay lawmaker in Pennsylvania, if elected in November. He was subjected to anti-gay posters on Tuesday as voters turned out for the primary election.

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