What we’re chasing today at WHYY

    Good morning, Feeders! As we look to solve the mystery of the floating car off Kelly Drive, here are some other stories we’re after today.

    Mayor Michael Nutter today will kick off a financial aid form completion campaign today to encourage and help students fill out forms for federal financial assistance for education. Tom MacDonald will report.

    Tom is also slated to talk with the mayor of Pitman, NJ, where a Sony plant will close, laying off 300 workers.

    While Lizz Fiedler awaits confirmation on a discussion with Camden Mayor Dana Redd, she’ll also follow up on an ethics complaint filed against Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick.

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    Carolyn Beeler will look into a Martin Luther King Day campaign uniting app developers and software engineers with nonprofit organization to create apps.

    Meanwhile, Meggan Kole will speak to local pediatricians about new guidelines for ear infections and antibiotic prescriptions.

    Peter Crimmins will take a closer look at the new leadership roles at the Daily News and Inquirer.

    Jen Howard hopes to solve the mystery of the floating car.

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