NewsWorks Tonight December 19, 2014 - Full Show12/20/14
On this week's Reporter's Roundtable, Tom MacDonald and Dave Davies join us with a second look at two of the week's top stories: the manhunt for Bradley Stone, and charges against two more Philadelphia politicians. Patrick Stoner provides insight from...
NewsWorks Tonight, December 18, 2014 - Full Show
Tom MacDonald reports on the Philadelphia District Attorney's dropping of forfeiture proceedings against two families. Dave Heller and NJSpotlight's John Mooney discuss the court case over funding for rural New Jersey school districts. Susan Phillips...
NewsWorks Tonight, December 17 2014 - Full Show
Aaron Moselle reports on the PennDOT officials who turned themselves in, in the Turnpike corruption case. Susan Phillips looks into the greenhouse gas impact of leaks from distribution lines. Dave Heller and Chris Wink review the Philadelphia wage...
NewsWorks Tonight, December 16, 2014 - Full Show
Tom MacDonald has the latest on the manhunt for the suspect in six shootings in Montgomery County. Dave Davies looks at the bribery and conspiracy charges announced today against two more Pennsylvania state representatives. Keystone Crossroads' Kate...
NewsWorks Tonight December 15, 2014 - Full Show
Dave Davies provides a live update on the search for a man who allegedly killed six people in Montgomery County this morning. Taunya English reports Medicaid incentives have boosted dental checkup rates among minorities. Todd Bookman reports on an...
NewsWorks Tonight, December 12, 2014 - Full Show
Maiken Scott reports on the role of psychology and behavioral health practices in police department reforms. In the third installment of our series on Pennsylvania's bridges, Keystone Crossroads' Irina Zhorov learns about a new technology that could...
NewsWorks Tonight, December 11, 2014 - Full Show
Keystone Crossroads' Emily Previti looks at the York County schools, which could go into receivership, becoming one of the only districts in the U.S. to be forced to charterize. Elana Gordon meets a Philadelphia-area psychiatrist who is returning to...
NewsWorks Tonight, December 10, 2014 - Full Show
Marie Cusick reports that Marcellus Shale gas drillers agree to pay workers $4.5 million in back pay. Aaron Moselle recounts Penn students' PILOT demands to support city services. Jessica McDonald reviews aPenn study that finds a different type of...
NewsWorks Tonight, December 9, 2014 - Full Show
Tom MacDonald reports on the first female firefighter in Philadelphia to lose her life in the line of duty and Angela Hughes, president of iWomen, an association of female firefighters, gives context on the position of women in fire departments....
NewsWorks Tonight, December 8, 2014 - Full Show
WNYC’s Matt Katz sits down with Dave Heller’s to help explain the recent developments in “Bridgegate" and their implications for Chris Christie. Marielle Segarra maps out Pennsylvania’s structurally deficient bridges. Holly Otterbein profiles Minister...
NewsWorks Tonight, December 5, 2014 - Full Show
Kevin McCorry reports on Philadelphia high school students holding “Die-in” protests in response to the grand jury decision not to indict a New York City police officer in the death of an unarmed man. Katie Colaneri attends a Philly-centric energy...
NewsWorks Tonight, December 4, 2014 - Full Show
Dave Davies and Dave Heller discuss the sentencing of former traffic court judge Thomasine Tynes for her perjury conviction. NewsWorks blogger Solomon Jones weighs in on theEric Garner grand jury decision and ensuing protests. Kevin McCorry visits...
NewsWorks Tonight, December 3, 2014 - Full Show
Aaron Moselle reports that the search continues a week later for missing Roxborough man Shane Montgomery. Bill Hangley looks at the potential costs of equipping Philadelphia police with body cameras. Dave Heller and The Committee of Seventy's David...
NewsWorks Tonight, December 2, 2014 - Full Show
Dave Davies reports on the Pennsylvania Education Department's effort to oust the head of the Chester-Upland School District. Dave Heller and the Wall Street Journal's Ed Silverman discuss the GlaxoSmithKline reorganization and pending layoffs. Tom...
NewsWorks Tonight, December 1, 2014 - Full Show
Mark Eichmann visits the Amazonwarehouse in Delaware to examine their operation on this Cyber Monday. Dave Davies has details on why Mayor Michael Nutter is changing his position on paid sick leave for private businesses in Philadelphia. Chris Satullo...
NewsWorks Tonight November 28, 2014 - Full Show
Katie Colaneri visits the King of Prussia Mall, which could face traffic issues once it expands.Host Dave Heller speaks with Frank Newport, Editor-in-Chief at the Gallup Poll to find out how Americans are planning to spend their money this holiday...
NewsWorks Tonight, November 27, 2014
Happy Thanksgiving from NewsWorks Tonight! The Kitchen Sisters bring us the story of turnspit dogs, used in medieval British and colonial American kitchens to run on a wheel that turned the roasting spit over the fireplace. Three area chefs, Marcie...
NewsWorks Tonight, November 26, 2014 - Full Show
Tom MacDonald hears good news at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Bill Hangley reports on a petition calling for Temple University to end its relationship with Bill Cosby. Dave Davies reviews Pennsylvania Governor-elect Tom Wolf's cabinet...
NewsWorks Tonight, November 25, 2014 - Full Show
Tom MacDonald has the latest on protesters marching in Philadelphia this evening following the Ferguson grand jury decision not to indict Officer Wilson. Bill Hangley looks at whether those events could be the catalyst for more body cameras on police....
NewsWorks Tonight November 24, 2014 - Full Show
Laura Benshoff reports on Philadelphia's scramble to provide warming centers for those who are homeless before winter comes on fully. Holly Otterbein reports advocates want to bar employers from viewing applicants' juvenile criminal history. Allegheny...
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