Lynn awaits decision on house arrest, seniors face mounting danger in heat wave

    Good morning, Feeders!

    As you recover from staying up way too late to watch the fireworks last night, Dave Davies and Lizz Fiedler are braving the heat.

    Dave went to court to find out whether Monsignor William Lynn will be granted house arrest. He was found guilty last month of child endangerment and doesn’t want to live in jail while he awaits sentencing.
    Lizz is at the Liberty Bell where Occupy National Gathering’s 99 Mile March to Wall Street will begin.

    Taunya English will look at family responsibility and laws that keep kids on the hook for their elderly parents’ care expenses.

    Remember with fondness your unpaid internship? Emma Jacobs talked to unpaid interns who are doing the work of regular employees. You can hear that story on NewsWorks Tonight at 6 p.m.

    And Kyle Roberts is checking in with local cooling centers. As the region’s heat wave continues, are more people seeking relief outside their homes? And should they be?

     

     

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