Former New Jersey Attorney General Paula Dow’s bid to become a judge in North Jersey has been withdrawn by the Christie Administration. Now, she’s been nominated for a judicial post in South Jersey. What’s up?
Chris reviews yesterday’s primaries in Pennsylvania, the return of a Michael Landon Plaque in Collingswood, and talks to Dan Dizio, CEO of Philly Pretzel Company.
A week from tomorrow is the Pennsylvania primary, and two Democrats are making a lot of noise with an old and bitter feud in the middle.
Chris updates with the latest of the war of words between Ann Romney and Democratic Strategist Hilary Rosen. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, previews the Phillies and the Mets with Beasley Reece, and also talks to comedians Marc Price, Rain Pryor, and the Sklar Brothers.
Republican State Senator John Rafferty has suspended his campaign for attorney general after Governor Corbett endorsed his only opponent for the GOP nomination, Cumberland County DA David Freed.
Chris talks to Jack Cashill about the death of Joe Frazier, Ray Didinger about the Eagles loss to the Bears, Inquirer Writer Bob Warner and Larry Kane about Election Day in the Delaware Valley, and CBS Evening News Anchor Scott Pelley about a special series on jobs and unemployment.
A former Penn State University coach and two other university employees have been charged in connection with a child sex abuse case that allegedly took place at the school.
Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Ferman has no opponent in today’s primary and likely will not have one in the Fall as she seeks re-election to another four years in office, but she’s stockpiling a lot of cash, fueling speculation about her future.
New Jersey Attorney General Paula Dow has announced a new policy that lifts many restrictions on the use of stun guns by law enforcement.
Governor Rendell says he believes a legal brief filed by Attorneys General from several states — including Pennsylvania — in support of Arizona’s immigration law, is ‘politically motivated.’