News chase

    As Jo Ann Allen pointed out this morning on 91 FM, it is freezing. Seriously, Feeders, SEPTA broke out the salt for the platforms today. Luckily we’ve got lots of warm and fuzzy news for you today, like an update on the Kensington Strangler.


    Reporter Lizz Fiedler is at police headquarters now for a press conference about the Kensington Strangler and possible new cases. She’ll also talk with current and former prostitutes on Kensington Avenue to explore the dangers these women face.

    Tom MacDonald is covering a series of end-of-the-year City Council meetings, in addition to new that Turnpike toll tickets will no longer display prices. That should make for some fun long lines at the toll booths.

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    Just a day after Yvonne Hiller’s arraignment date was set for her role in September’s Kraft factory shootings, the Philadelphia Police will honor the officers who stopped and arrested Hiller. Susan Philips and Kim Paynter will be at the FOP Lodge at 2 p.m. for the ceremony.

    Karen O’Toole is at the DRPA for the latest news about the toll hike delay.

    Philadelphia’s getting bike friendlier with the help of initiatives from the Pine Street Carpenters and IKEA. Peter Crimmins will look into what PSC is doing to build and refurbish bikes for kids and IKEA’s motivation behind giving bikes to all its employees.

    What’s the status of e-waste recycling in New Jersey? Meggan Kole is sifting through the latest news about when and how the state will make the process easier.

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