NewsWorks Tonight, August 27, 2015 – Full Show


    Susan Phillips reports that scientists from Penn State predict that average temperatures in Pennsylvania are expected to rise by 5.4 degress by 2050. Brad Linder talks with the Bergen Record’s Sal Rizzo about a New Jersey Supreme Court decision that may help a small number of young immigrants gain legal residence. There have been more than 2,000 sinkholes in Philadelphia this year. Bobby Allyn looks at what causes the road collapsing phenomenon and why they’re so prevalent in the area. Howard Shapiro has the story of a Philadelphia-based program called “Unite for Her” that uses everything from yoga to healthy eating to help women recover from breast cancer treatments. 

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