NewsWorks Tonight August 24, 2016 – Full Show

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    Bobby Allyn reports on Tony Wright who was released after serving 25 years for a crime he didn’t committ. The death toll is more than 120 people after a massive earthquake in Italy, Peter Crimmins talks about how local residents are scrambling to reach loved ones. Mark Eichmann reports on Lacey Lafferty, a Republican candidate for governor in Delaware. Swarthmore College has enacted a “carbon charge”, Dave discusses why with Aurora Winslade, Swarthmore’s Sustainability Director and Greg Brown, their VP for Finance and Administration.  Finally we learn about the technology behind the Pennsylvania canal system.

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