Stories we’re chasing today at WHYY

    Good morning, Feeders! It’s a bit chilly this morning, but it’s not snowing, which it pretty much all we can ask for. What was it that groundhog said about an early spring…?

    Here’s some of the news we’re after today. Check out the list and see what grabs your attention.

    Lizz Fiedler and Kim Paynter are at 30th Street Station already, where Vice President Joe Biden is expected to talk about 21st century transportation infrastructure.

    Tom MacDonald will cover two development stories today: an expansion announcement at the Navy Yard this morning and the groundbreaking at 600 N. Broad St.

    Shai Ben-Yaacov will look into the details of a Pennsylvania gay couple who’s unable to marry to stop the deportation of one of the partners.

    Peter Crimmins will be busy today checking out the Philadelphia Zoo, which is being considered for a performance venue, and a pop-up textiles studio in Mt. Airy. He’ll also check in with the die-hard Phillies fan who’s working on a Harry Kalas statue. He’s got high hopes (get it? get it?) of the Phils accepting the statue.

    Taunya English will bring us the latest on New Jersey’s FamilyCare motion, which immigrant families have filed against the state to change health care regulations for their children.

    A few things you won’t see stories on today, but you may catch on the Feed include Temple University’s new med school dean, retraining for Planned Parenthood employees and possible layoffs for non-tenure Temple professors.

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