Penn economist Rafael Robb bludgeoned his wife, Ellen to death in 2006 and was released after only 10 years. Why his case revealed cracks in Pa.'s criminal justice system.
Air Date: July 29, 2019Listen 12:24
Hundreds of unclaimed dead are lying in morgues and unmarked graves in the Philly suburbs. Who are they and why is no one claiming their remains?
Air Date: July 25, 2019Listen 13:23
A cherished Philly mural was on the verge of demolition. An outraged community help save it. A tale of happens when public art collides with new development.
Air Date: July 24, 2019Listen 13:12
Kim Stringer has struggled with mental illness for a decade, but her parents can't get her committed. Why a recent change in state law meant to help doesn't go far enough.
Air Date: July 22, 2019Listen 14:21
Lucy The Elephant, the 65-foot-tall Margate landmark, turns 138 Saturday. The country's oldest roadside attraction has withstood natural disasters and threats of demolition.
Air Date: July 17, 2019Listen 13:22
Hahnemann's own bankruptcy filings say a plan to close the hospital involves the largest "orphaning" of medical residents the country's ever seen.
Air Date: July 16, 2019Listen 11:50
VisionQuest wants to open a center that would house 60 unaccompanied immigrant teen boys. Why Philadelphia, immigrant advocates, and its own staff are pushing back.
Air Date: July 10, 2019Listen 13:32
A dispute over a bill and a violation of rules in the Pa. Senate recently devolved into a brouhaha that went viral. What does it say about the state of state politics?
Air Date: July 9, 2019Listen 13:01
Decades before YouTube, Marion Stokes taped everything on TV — nearly a million hours of it. Was she a hoarder or an archivist?
Air Date: July 3, 2019Listen 12:32
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