Good morning, Feeders! While you work off your candy hangover, don’t forget to upload your Halloween photos to our gallery.
Dave Davies is going to court for the sentencing of Matthew Devlin, who already pleaded gulity to the July 2010 fatal Ride the Ducks crash.
Later, hear from Lizz Fiedler about the food being served at Occupy Philly — where it comes from, who prepares it and how much is donated. She’ll have details on that before heading to New Jersey to finish up a feature story she’s been working on.
On NewsWorks Tonight, we’ll meet the oldest faculty member at the Curtis Institute. She’s in her 90s and plays piano. Peter Crimmins will introduce us to the tea-serving teacher.
Though it’s already snowed once, the cold season still stretches ahead of us. Jen Howard talked with New Jersey food bank operators to find how they’re preparing for the upcoming holidays and winter season.
Maiken Scott is at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania where doctors today will discuss a tricky double hand transplant. We’ll learn what to expect when both your hands are replaced. Also from Maiken today: military kids and violence. Research shows kids with parents in the service are more prone to violence. We’ll hear why and what’s being done to prevent escalation.
We’ll have those stories and more today, plus some more trick-or-treating photos.