NewsWorks Tonight December 2, 2013 – Full Show


    Tom MacDonald reports on Congressman Rob Andrews’ proposal to increase rail inspections in the hopes of preventing further accidents.  Emma Jacobs talks to local business owners hoping for a bottom line boost from “Cyber Monday.”  NJ Spotlight’s Scott Gurian talks to day laborers struggling to get fair working conditions when working on recovery from Superstorm Sandy.  Chris Satullo asks: since the Newtown school shooting, have we learned what makes a school safe?  Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts explains the difference between the earliest sunset of the year, which comes this Saturday, and the shortest day of the year–the winter solstice.  And Peter Crimmins traces the origins of the famous Bucks County Playhouse through a new exhibit.

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