Latest details on the Delaware sex abuse verdict, the story of a woman’s life with cancer

    Tonight we’ve got two living, breathing locals who are beating the odds. Later in our show, you’ll hear from a woman who’s been beating cancer for three decades, and a man who still fences at 87.

    First, we’ll check in with Mark Fowser in Delaware on this afternoon’s guilty verdict for former Delaware pediatrician Earl Bradley. Mark will call in with the most recent details from the courthouse.

    Diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma at 15, Ann Marie Wiesen is now 50. In the years between, she’s battled and come through further bouts with cancer and various other serious illnesses. Tonight, she shares her story.

    Who’s keeping track of our politicians’ truthfulness? Sometimes it’s hard to tell. We’re talking with Eugene Kiely of FactCheck.org about weeding through political fact and fiction.

    Imagine fencing at 87. Better yet, hear from someone who does. Dick Johnson talks about how he got into fencing and what’s kept him agile all these years.

    The show starts at 6 p.m., so get your radio ready with 91 FM, or tune in on the web.

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