Carl Lewis returns to court, West Philly resident is a MacArthur fellow

    Good morning, Feeders!

    It’s back to court again for Carl Lewis. The Olympian is in Third District court for a rehearing about his presence on the New Jersey Senate ballot, and Lizz Fiedler is in court to bring us all the details.

    Tom MacDonald will check in with City Council on the Callowhill Special Services District and local FEMA recovery centers.

    Peter Crimmins is chatting with a local MacArthur fellow today who’s living in West Philly and teaching at Rutgers-Camden. You can hear more details on that on NewsWorks Tonight, plus a bit more about the Pops-Orchestra split.

    Maiken Scott is between conferences today. She’ll give us a review on yesterday’s discussions about better including people with severe mental illnesses, and is heading today to a conference on e-patients.

    We’ve got those stories and more for you today, plus a look at Don’t Ask Don’t Tell this evening on NewsWorks Tonight.

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