Good morning, Feeders! Big things out of Philadelphia today, including announcements from the City Controller and District Attorney. We’ll have updates on both, as well as the jury deliberations of Dan Castro’s fate.
City Controller Alan Butkovitz will unveil new fraud technology this morning that will allow Philadelphians to help fight fraud. Tom MacDonald will be on hand for the 11 a.m. announcement.
District Attorney Seth Williams is making an announcement this morning about charges in an insurance fraud case. Lizz Fiedler is going to the 11 a.m. press conference.
Peter Crimmins is already at North Philadelphia’s Uptown Theater, where Temple University students will be touring the facilities. He’ll bring us back the full report and some photos.
Susan Philips will take a look at New York’s role in the Delaware River Basin Commission as the state’s attorney general weighs in on fracking regulations.
In Delaware, there’s a move to help 911 identify diasbilities in an emergency so the appropriate response can be given. Mark Eichmann will have more information on that, as well as plans to set up hybrid plug devices for trucks.
Maiken Scott is looking for more information on a data breach last week that left records at the Philadelphia Family Planning Council vulnerable.
Feed the Feed: What stories are you following today? Does your chase match ours?