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Tom MacDonald will have details from today’s public education news conference outside the School District of Philadelphia. Is there a real plan to save education without making too many cuts?
Emma Jacobs is heading to the Criminal Justice Center where those held in the first round of Occupy Philly arrests will appear.
Lizz Fiedler will have a preview of tonight’s public forum where attendees will be encouraged to re-imagine I-95 – specifically around Philadelphia neighborhoods whose waterfront access is blocked by the highway.
Peter Crimmins will finish up his story from yesterday on a once-famous Philadelphia cook whose tools, gadgets and utensils will be auctioned. He’ll also find out what the process is for tracking down a stolen item from a historical attraction.
Kevin McCorry will look into how one Philadelphia elected official caught her own ethics slip.
We’ll have those stories for you today online, plus more details on NewsWorks Tonight.