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New unemployment claims keep trending down, and low wage employers are trying signing bonuses to get employees in the door. The price of lumber is going bonkers. There was a pretty big increase in the Consumer Price Index, what does that mean for you and me? Retail sales stalled a bit, how much can we read into that? What kind of impact is the pipe…
 
The West Chester University softball team will play for the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference title this weekend. A big key to the Golden Rams success has been the play of fifth-year infielder Bri Garber, who recently set the PSAC career record for hits. KYW Newsradio's Matt Leon caught up with Garber to talk about her success. See omnystudio.…
 
The FDA recently proposed a ban on menthol-flavored cigarettes. Advocates for the ban say this is a big and long-needed public health move, especially for African-American communities, because for years they have been targeted by tobacco companies. We wanted to dig into this topic so we spoke Portia Reddick White, Vice President, Strategic Partners…
 
The hacking of that Colonial Pipeline has caused problems with gasoline supply along the East Coast. How could this happen? What vulnerabilities does this point out in the system? And while we are on the subject of gasoline, how are oil and gas industries positioned as we emerge from the pandemic and head into a summer of what looks to be really hi…
 
The makeup of the House of Representatives will be shifting a bit in the wake of the 2020 Census. Some states will gain a seat or two, and some will lose a seat with new maps drawn for the 2022 midterms. Dr. Fred Foley, Adjunct Instructor of Political Science at La Salle University joins KYW Newsradio In Depth to break down how reapportionment work…
 
The Saint Joseph's University softball team has enjoyed a great season and a big reason for their success has been the play of graduate student first baseman Caela Abadie. She recently set program records for single-season home runs and RBI and the career record for home runs. KYW Newsradio's Matt Leon caught up with Abadie to talk about her succes…
 
You've probably heard people talk about a semiconductor or chip shortage recently. It's a big deal, and it probably affects a lot more things than you might realize. Dr. David Kurz, Associate Clinical Professor of Management at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business joins KYW Newsradio In Depth to talk about why there's a chip shortage in th…
 
The Delaware Valley University men's basketball team has a new head coach. Muhamadou Kaba is taking over the program. He comes to Doylestown after serving as an assistant at his alma mater East Stroudsburg University since 2016. KYW Newsradio's Matt Leon caught up with Kaba to talk about this new opportunity. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy…
 
Public Health Funding is an ongoing concern in this country, and we've seen the effects of that first hand during this COVID-19 pandemic. So have we learned our lesson about the importance of funding public health? And will funding public health at proper levels be a priority going forward in this country? John Auerbach is the President and CEO of …
 
Ever since the 2020 election, laws have been introduced in states across the country that seem to be designed to make it harder for people to vote. So is that observation actually true? And what's behind the push for these new laws? Dr. Benjamin Dworkin, Director of the Rowan Institute for Public Policy and Citizenship (RIPPAC) at Rowan University …
 
Some economics predicted the biggest jobs month in memory, and boy were they off target. So what happened? David Fiorenza, Associate Professor of Practice at Villanova School of Business joins KYW Newsradio In Depth to talk about what happened this week in the economy and what it means for all of us in our daily lives. Learn more about your ad choi…
 
It's been a rough year, and a lot of that COVID stress has found a new home around our waistlines. Americans have gained on average 1.5 pounds per month that we've been in this pandemic. So now what? How do you get the scale moving in the right direction again? Dr. Winifred Constable is a weight loss specialist who runs Diata Medical Weight Loss in…
 
The Rowan University baseball team has enjoyed a fine season and the Profs are the #1 seed in the upcoming New Jersey Athletic Conference tournament. A big reason for their success has been the play of senior second baseman Alex Kokos. KYW Newsradio's Matt Leon spoke with Kokos about his 2021 season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informat…
 
Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner and challenger Carlos Vega met in an intense, contentious debate on Wednesday, May 5th. The candidates tackled Philadelphia's gun violence crisis, victims' rights, systemic racism in the justice system, and a host of other questions posed by KYW Newsradio's community affairs reporter Cherri Gregg, crime …
 
One of the surprising things we're seeing in this pandemic economy -- the labor market is tight these days when it comes to the fast food industry. You might have seen the help wanted signs near you, a ton of places have signs out that they're hiring and offering interviews on the spot. So what's going on? Dr. Lu Lu, Assistant Professor at the Scho…
 
It sure feels like we are getting closer and closer to what we call normal as the number of COVID-19 vaccinations continues to rise. Morning Consult, a global data intelligence company, has been tracking people's comfort level with doing different things for more than a year now, things like going to the mall or eating indoors in a restaurant. Alys…
 
One day the pandemic will be over, but a pair of Drexel epidemiologists say the virus responsible for COVID-19 will likely become endemic, something we have to learn to live with. So what's that going to look like? Dr. Neal Goldstein, assistant research professor at Drexel University and one of the authors of the post that caught our eye joins the …
 
A recent Supreme Court decision dealing with juveniles being sentenced to life without parole really took the court in a completely different direction than it had been tracking. So what happened, and why did the court change course? Dr. Jill McCorkel, Professor of Sociology and Criminology at Villanova University and the founding director of the P…
 
We've talked a lot about the COVID-19 vaccine on this podcast. How it was developed, how it's been rolled out, how effective it is. The one angle we haven't really talked about though: hearing from the people actually doing the vaccinating, putting needles into arms. Today, four vaccinators from Inspira Health in South Jersey join the podcast for a…
 
Unemployment keeps heading in the right direction. The GDP numbers show a consumer fueled economy going gangbusters. Spending and savings are both up. The economy is opening up in a big way and all signs are pointing to an absolutely extraordinary post-pandemic economic recovery. 13 months of weekly economic updates, and I don't think the show note…
 
We have hit the 100th day of Joe Biden’s presidency. It has become part of the political fabric to examine a presidency after 100 days -- but why? Where did this sort of arbitrary benchmark come from? And as long as we're here, what have we learned 100 days into the Presidency of Joe Biden? Dr. Ben Berger, Associate Professor of Political Science a…
 
Americans enjoy celebrity politicians. You can look at several examples from history -- Ronald Reagan went from Hollywood to the Governor's Mansion, to the White House. Donald Trump became a household name with a reality TV show before he moved to Washington DC. And now, polls suggest we could see a President The Rock inauguration sometime in the n…
 
An enormous number of cicadas are waking up very soon after spending the last 17 years developing. It's going to be awesome, and probably very noisy. Dr. Christopher Tipping, Professor of Biology at Delaware Valley University joins KYW Newsradio In Depth to talk about what it's going to look like and what people should know before they emerge. Lear…
 
So what have we learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and how can these lessons be put to good use to prevent the next public health crisis? "We have short memories," cautions Dr. Stephanie Zaza, President of the American College of Preventive Medicine, so we need to start the hard work now while the experience of the last year is fresh in our minds. …
 
It finally looks like we're making solid strides in the right direction on the unemployment from. And on top of that, the help wanted signs are everywhere, especially at minimum wage jobs. What's goin on? A huge amount of people say they're concerned about inflation, so why aren't economists all that worried? The US has a real chance to invest in i…
 
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