Richard Ross resigned after ignoring sexual harassment claims filed by a female officer. Could there be a systemic problem within the Philadelphia Police Department?
Air Date: August 28, 2019Listen 17:05
Is it "row house" or "rowhouse"? Why the question of a single space is so contentious, so steeped in Philly history, and so wrapped up in our city's identity.
Air Date: August 22, 2019Listen 12:41
More than 1 million adults on Medicaid in Pennsylvania have only bare bones coverage. Why is getting dental care so hard for these patients?
Air Date: August 20, 2019Listen 12:04
Forty people in Pennsylvania have alleged they were sexually abused when they were in the Boy Scouts. Some allegations go back decades, but accusers may still be able to sue.
Air Date: August 15, 2019Listen 12:46
A handful of blocks in Philadelphia get fined again and again for trash, but it doesn't seem to be stopping the litter.
Air Date: August 13, 2019Listen 11:59
Too much poop on the street has led to an outbreak of of Hepatitis A in some Philly neighborhoods. Could public restrooms fix the problem?
Air Date: August 12, 2019Listen 13:42
Camden has given tax breaks to companies already getting big ones from the state. Is the city catering to big corporations at the expense of its residents?
Air Date: August 8, 2019Listen 12:46
In Philadelphia, there many more trees in wealthy neighborhoods than in lower income ones. What are officials doing to make sure streets are equally green?
Air Date: August 7, 2019Listen 13:29
In New Jersey, more than a million tons of plastic end up in landfills each year. But is it possible to live without it?
Air Date: August 6, 2019Listen 13:23
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