NewsWorks Tonight, August 6, 2018

Listen 21:30

The Broke in Philly team details the high cost of being poor.  A local WWII vet is one of the last alive who actually witnessed the bombing of Hiroshima.  A new sexual assault testing kit has yielded one arrest in a cold case in Delaware.  An undocumented immigrant in South Philly struggles to chart his future in turbulent waters.  And Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts tells us what’s actually happening when we witness a meteor shower.

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