Rec center shooting raises questions of snitching and curfews, definition of child abuse could expand

    Good morning, Feeders! We’re not through with. . . Ackergate? Ackermania?

    We’re working on the name. In the meantime, Dave Davies will look at the specifics of how Mayor Michael Nutter and some unnamed nonprofits can contribute to the ex-superintendent’s buyout. And the kinds of other city-related projects they contribute to.

    Lizz Fiedler is going to Kingsessing, where six people were shot last night at a rec center basketball game. Lizz will take a look at the crime that took place in one of the city’s designated extended-hours center and how many witnesses have come forward.

    Good news for Boeing, and for Delco. The U.K. is looking to buy some Chinook ‘copters built there. Aaron Moselle will get the details.

    Federal laws could change the definition of child abuse to include children born with effects from a mother’s controlled substance use. Health & Science reporter Taunya English will look at what the law aims to accomplish and who would feel the impact.

    Look for those stories and more today and, as always, extras on NewsWorks Tonight.

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