Stories we’re chasing today at WHYY

    Good morning, Feeders! That warm weather was nice while it lasted, but we all knew it wasn’t sticking around. It’s back to scarves and gloves this morning. Here’s a preview of some of today’s big news. Stick with us for updates.

    Tom MacDonald will be at the re-election campaign announcement for Council member Jannie Blackwell, who was key in helping delay yesterday’s plans for the demolition of the Windermere Court Apartments.

    Lizz Fiedler is already on her way to Camden as part of her continuing coverage on the city. Prosecutors there have begun to receive layoff notices.

    Shai Ben-Yaacov is checking in with Anton Tanumihardja and Brian Andersen. Tanumihardja is facing deportation, but can’t under the law can’t marry Andersen to stay in the U.S. Shai tells us a hearing for Tanumiharjda’s case is pending, so he’ll remain here at least until then.

    • WHYY thanks our sponsors — become a WHYY sponsor

    Peter Crimmins is at Bodine High School, where basketball star Kareem Abdul Jabbar will talk to the students.

    Carolyn Beeler is catching up with the TerraCycle founder, who will be in Philadelphia tonight. Know those purses made out of CapriSun containers? TerraCycle, based in Princeton, is the company behind products made from hard-to-recycle materials.

    Carolyn is also looking into the details of the termination of Pennsylvania’s Deputy Secretary of Quality Assurance, and how it relates to Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s West Philadelphia abortion clinic.

    Feed the Feed, readers, to tell us what stories you want to hear more about today.

    WHYY is your source for fact-based, in-depth journalism and information. As a nonprofit organization, we rely on financial support from readers like you. Please give today.

    Want a digest of WHYY’s programs, events & stories? Sign up for our weekly newsletter.

    Together we can reach 100% of WHYY’s fiscal year goal