Stories we’re chasing today at WHYY

    Morning, Feeders! It’s Monday, snow is imminent and there’s probably a slim chance of that Groundhog seeing its shadow later this week. Don’t shut out the world just yet. We’ve got some interesting stuff on tap for you today.

    Lizz Fiedler will attend a late morning press event with Philadelphia Media Network to discuss paywalls on the site. Those checking out the Inquirer online may already have noticed something fishy.

    Lizz will also reach out for more information on Jihad Jane’s plea change and the snow shoveling practices of some private and city businesses.

    Jen Howard will be at Mayor Nutter’s morning press conference with the Child Welfare League of America.

    Shai Ben-Yaacov is looking more into witness intimidation and weather Philadelphia will see positive results from allowing police officers to testify in place of witnesses at pre-trials.

    Dave Davies will be hard at work for Fresh Air, but will take a break this afternoon to review Nutter’s 2010 campaign finance reports.

    Peter Crimmins is following up on the termination of Cliveden Curator Phillip Seitz. He’s also checking in with a local Sundance Film Festival winner.

    Karen O’Toole is after more information on the Bensalem cell phone driving ban.

    Carolyn Beeler will bring us more details on a copyright infringement settlement a Philadelphia man reached with Johnson & Johnson subsidiaries for $482 million. She’s also looking into the Fox Chase Cancer Center’s new policy of posting mortality data online. She’ll find out how much data will be posted and if it’s being audited by a disinterested party.

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