NewsWorks Tonight December 16, 2013 – Full Show


    Zack Seward reports on the 30 year-sentence for convicted murderer and abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell on charges he ran a pill mill out of his West Philadelphia clinic.  Aaron Moselle reports on the adjudication of a Philadelphia teen on charges he posted photos of shooting victims on Twitter.  Emma Jacobs reports Reverend Frank Schaefer, the Methodist minister suspended for officiating at his gay son’s wedding, won’t accept the conditions imposed on him by church officials for his return to ministry.  Chris Satullo says while the firing of teacher Michael Griffin by administrators at the Catholic school where he tought may have been wrong, it’s not illegal.  Scott Gurian visits some of the towns that remain nearly vacant a year after Superstorm Sandy.  And Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts previews the Winter Solstice.

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