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WQED's studio at 4802 Fifth Avenue in Oakland is the central point for a live and lively conversation about the events making up the news of the week. Host Chris Moore is joined by regular panelists Lynn Cullen, Valerie McDonald Roberts, Bill Green and Heather Heidelbaugh.

Next on 4802

Friday, November 21, 2014
4802 is LIVE tonight at 7:30!

Description:

We begin this discussion with reports of a possible lawsuit against the state of Pennsylvania over school funding. The panel will also talk about the suspension of all Greek life activities on the WVU campus, Rich Fitzgerald returning his county-issued vehicle as Attorney General Kathleen Kane works from home while under medically ordered travel restrictions that prevent her from going to her office near the Capitol. We’ll end the discussion with the controversy over the Richard Mellon Scaife trust.


Related Links

Six school districts file suit against Pennsylvania over school funding

WVU student found unresponsive at fraternity house dies

Fitzgerald pays Allegheny County $42,000, turns in county vehicle

Spokeswoman: Kane working from home because of concussion, not grand jury

Scaife children seek details on drained trust

 


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