NewsWorks Tonight August 30, 2016 – Full Show


    Bobby Allyn reports on an immigration case in Berks County that may send 28 mothers and children out of the U.S. The Lower Merion School District has been accused of falsifying budget numbers to increase taxes, Avi Wolfman-Arent reports on the state of the case. Aaron Moselle reports on the Philadelphia Housing Authority plan to rebuild a small section of North Philadelphia with a big musical legacy. Today was the first debate in the eighth Congressional district in Bucks County, Dave Davies was there and offers an update. Finally, Dave Heller interviews musician Chipocrite and scholar Lisa Klarr about Chiptunes: Obsolete Sounds in the Modern World.

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