Monday, March 29, 2010

Daily Briefing, 3/29/10

Good morning everyone, and welcome back to work!  Here is today's Daily Briefing.

You can expect a wet next few days, as we are expected to get up to three inches of rain from today until Tuesday night.  The Lehigh Valley Auto Show ended yesterday, with car dealers optimistic that more customers are on the way.

In state-wide news, the Philadelphia Inquirer runs a story on the income of four of the six candidates running for Pennsylvania Governor.   Their income ranges from $83,000 - $216,000.

The Express-Times runs an AP story on how to start saving now on your health care costs.  President Obama made a surprise trip to Afghanistan over the weekend, meeting with U.S. troops and holding a face to face meeting with President Hamid Karzai. 

That's it for now!  We'll be back later today.  Have a great day, and we'll see you soon.

Business Matters airs today, featuring a discussion on saving our cities.  The show airs at 8:00pm on WFMZ-TV - for more information, check out the Business Matters blog.

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