Nina Feldman is an independent producer based in New Orleans. She produces feature news stories for WWNO and her work has appeared on The World, Latino USA, NPR's The Salt, State of the Re:Union among others. She is also the founder and emcee of New Orleans Ladies Arm Wrestling, or NO LAW.
Philadelphia gave a vaccination contract to a startup founded by a 22-year-old with no health care experience. Chaos ensued; the contract was canceled. NPR looks at what happened.
A federal appeals court ruled the effort by nonprofit Safehouse to open a "supervised injection site" to prevent overdose deaths is laudable but illegal under the so-called federal crack house law.
Officials may be relying on people to do their part to stop the spread of COVID-19 at a time when the public is simply not afraid enough anymore to keep up the recommended behaviors.
Philadelphia officials say they're investigating the fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace on Monday. Police say the Black man came at officers with a knife.