#PhillyFive Developing Stories: Dec. 4, 2014
Your early look at five of the day's developing stories.
Here's your look at five stories we're following today:
1. Traffic Court sentencings: Former Philadelphia Traffic Court judges convicted in a ticket-fixing scandal are beginning to be sentenced, with a federal judge on Wednesday ordering Robert Mulgrew to spend a year and a half behind bars. Thomasine Tynes is scheduled to be sentenced today, with hearings for Michael Lowry and Willie Singletary slated for early next year.
2. Higher ed access: Education leaders from Camden are attending a summit at the White House today about college access, and are set to announce partnerships geared toward getting more Camden students to pursue further education after high school.
3. Christie to Canada: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is headed to Canada today. He's expected to talk about energy policy during the trade mission, which is the second foreign trip in the past three months for the potential 2016 presidential candidate.
4. Bridgegate report: A committee of New Jersey lawmakers probing the George Washington Bridge lane closures scheme is set to receive a summary report of the investigation thus far. The report is expected to be made public Monday.
5. Dune court hearing: A federal court hearing is scheduled for this morning in the suit filed by the City of Margate, challenging Gov. Christie's plan to build a continuous dune along the New Jersey coast.