Rendell leads students in mock trial, Bucks County schools hope to prevent measles

    Happy Friday, Feeders! There are some big court cases in Philadelphia today for Goldilocks, three little pigs and Jack and his beanstalk. They’re being tried by a jury of elementary school students.

    Tom MacDonald will be in City Hall where former Pa. Gov. Ed Rendell is presiding over today’s mock trial event where first, second and third graders will hold in their hands the fates of their favorite childhood characters.

    Lizz Fiedler will have more information on the DUI crash that injured a baby in Port Richmond. The driver, who had three previous DUI arrests, struck a baby stroller when he ran a red light. Lizz will examine the case and the details of DUI laws.

    Another CEO has left Philadelphia’s Seaport Museum. Peter Crimmins is hoping to get more details on the departure of John Gazzola after less than a year.

    Taunya English is looking at the measles scare in Bucks County. Three probable cases have schools taking preventative measures. How many kids have been immunized for measles and how many are missing school?

    Here’s a preview of what you’ll see today on our Northwest Philadelphia pages:

    A.I. Poland jewelers in Manayunk is closing after 112 years in business The store was robbed last month.

    Olney East and West could re-unite. Take a look at plans to unify the now-charter schools.

    Martin Luther King High School will remain part of the School District of Philadelphia. Find out why.

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