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Aaron Moselle is a general assignment reporter for NewsWorks, filing stories for both web and radio.
While you can find him at the courthouse or a school funding rally, he also spends a good chunk of his time writing about issues in Northwest Philadelphia, where he was born and raised. (Yes. Mount Airy is part of the city.)
Before arriving at WHYY in 2010, Aaron was a freelance writer for a collection of community newspapers and alternative weeklies.
He still can't get over the fact that he can walk to so many sights and sounds from his home base in South Philly.

Latest by Aaron Moselle/WHYY


A chance of freedom? New bill could release 1,000 people sentenced to life in Pa. prisons

For more than 40 years, life sentences in Pennsylvania have only come one way: without the possibility of parole.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Ex-Philly fraud investigator, a sitting councilmember’s grandson, was just indicted for taking bribes

The scion of a Philadelphia political dynasty who once investigated fraud for the city has been charged with perpetrating fraud himself. Jeffrey Blackwell took bribes and kickbacks exceeding $22,000 while working as a government employee, federal authorities alleged Thursday.

By Max Marin/WHYY and Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Is 50 years a de facto life sentence? Pa. Supreme Court will decide

In 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Miller v. Alabama that mandatory sentences of life without parole for all juveniles were unconstitutional.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Pa. Poor People’s Campaign to push poverty agenda at Philly hearing

The Pennsylvania Poor People’s Campaign launched in May to address what they call the “four evils”: systemic racism, poverty, the war economy and environmental degradation. It’s seen as an extension of the original campaign started by Martin Luther King in 1968 just days before he was assassinated.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

‘I’m still not calm’: Exhausted neighbors unsettled after North Philly police shooting

“It was scary as hell. It was like something out of a movie.”
By Aaron Moselle/WHYY





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