Sentencing due for Danieal Kelly’s death, local photographer capturing far away shots

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Later today, we’ll have details on the sentences for three people convicted in the 2006 death of 14-year-old Danieal Kelly. We’ll also hear from her about a rise in cases of Legionnaires Disease in the area.

    First, Tom MacDonald will be in City Council chambers where Occupy Philly members are weighing in on the city’s curfew. He’ll also have details on a condo development being sued for discriminating against the disabled.

    Carolyn Beeler continues her coverage of the scheme that led to four people being locked in a Tacony basement. Today, she looks at protections in place for representative payees for Social Security.

    Peter Crimmins is in West Philadelphia checking out the shots a local photographer took at a Louisiana prison hospice. They’ll be on display here.

    We’ll have those stories and more today, including a follow-up on school vouchers.

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