Obama and Christie tour A.C., birders worry about storm’s impact

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Two days post-Sandy, and we’ve got some more follow-up stories to look into.

    Tom MacDonald will be in Atlantic City for President Barack Obama and Gov. Chris Christie’s tour of Sandy’s damage to the Jersey Shore.

    Lizz Fiedler is checking up on wedding plans. What will all those people who planned to take their vows down the Shore this weekend do instead?

    Taunya English is checking in with hospitals in the harder hit areas of New Jersey and Delaware. Those without power have had to transport patients elsewhere, and those doing OK have an influx of patients. How are they handling it?

    Phil Gregory and Dave Davies are picking up the election angle. Will cities and towns be ready to vote by Tuesday? And Phil will share power outage duties with Susan for the latest numbers.

    Zack Seward is going off the grid a bit. He’s catching up with local birders who worry about the storm’s impact on birds.

    And we can’t forget Halloween. Story Slam winner Brady Russell will be on NewsWorks Tonight to tell us a spooky story, and Azusa Uchikura will find out which towns are moving Halloween and which have deemed it safe enough to trick-or-treat tonight.

    To tell us how you’re handling Halloween, call our audio comment line. Tell us where you live and how much the storm is affecting your plans. You comment could be featured on NewsWorks Tonight. 267-225-7299

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