NewsWorks Tonight, April 9, 2015 – Full Show


    Bill Hangley reports that Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter declined to veto a bill allowing digital billboards in Center City.Kevin McCorry looks at the issue of mid-year transfers of students in and out of schools, and how it affects overall school performance, compared to schools that don’t accept transfers.  Brad Linder talks with West Chester Mayor Carolyn Comitta and Dr. Lisa Croft of St. Paul’s Baptist Church about the “Courageous Conversation Conference,” that aims to facilitate frank yet civil discussions of issues like race, religion and gender identity.  Elana Gordon follows a patient’s medical billing experience after using WHYY’s Price Check. On “Recap: What did you do this week?” Kimberly Haas hears from knife maker Adam Balkovic.

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