Rigali could resign from cardinal position, study shows grandparents make safe drivers

    Is Cardinal Justin Rigali resigning? Look for more details on that front today, as Tom MacDonald pokes around the Archdiocese for more details on the resignation and a possible replacement.

    Philadelphia will make some big announcements today, including a new “call to action” for residents and the launch of a home buyer program. We’ll have more information on both and how they could affect the city.

    Mara Zepeda is heading to Delaware County where officials will announce a new program aimed at helping vets in the court and prison systems. We’ll see if this program is meant to be a permanent one as the nation begins to withdraw service members from parts of the Middle East.

    Mara is also checking in with bikers and motorists, since police say 600 cyclists have been pulled over in Philadelphia since May. Are you one of them?

    Later today, Peter Crimmins will have a history of radio in Philadelphia — as told by the author of a book about the history of radio in Philadelphia.

    A new study from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia shows it may be safer for kids to ride in the car with their grandparents than with anyone else. Carolyn Beeler will have the details.

    Curtis Jones’ annual White Linen Party killed several birds with one stone. The 4th District Councilman’s party celebrated the birthdays of his chief of staff, Al Spivey Jr,. and fellow Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell, as well as his own. The party also served as a campaign fundraiser.

    Two healthy foods stores took their stuff to the field this weekend to battle it out in softball. Whole Foods beat Wavers Way, 16-7, but because Whole Foods was short a few players, Weavers Way lent its three top teammates to its competitor.

    We’ve got that and more, plus some features we’re working on for our NewsWorks Tonight broadcast. Stick with the Feed so you don’t miss a beat.

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