Parents of autistic kids prepare for holiday travel, Weston’s preliminary hearing continues

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    Emma Jacobs will have the latest from the School Reform Commission today, and Tom MacDonald is following day two of the preliminary hearing for Tacony dungeon suspect Linda Ann Weston. Look for updates on both.
    Lizz Fiedler will revisit a 9/11 suit, while Dave Davies examines Pennsylvania’s redistricting process and who’s helping whom.

    Peter Crimmins is wrapping up a story on favorite and least favorite Christmas songs. Speaking of Christmas, what do you do if you’re not celebrating but it feels like the rest of the world is?

    Maiken Scott went on an airport dry run this week with parents traveling for the holiday. Oh, and their children are autistic. Find out how parents and airlines prepare to help these kids during the holiday madness.

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    In the new year, we’ll hear from Philadelphia’s new City Council members. Today, check out Brian Hickey’s exit interview with outgoing Eighth District Councilwoman Donna Reed Miller.

    On NewsWorks Tonight, tune in for the next book in our Five Favorites series. And yes, the next two parts of “Whiteout Christmas” are due out today.

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