NewsWorks Tonight February 11, 2016 – Full Show


    Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney announces the end of brownouts at the Philadelphia Fire Department, reported by Tom MacDonald. Bobby Allyn reports that the State DA’s office has been sending letters to agencies to not accept newly freed Juvenile Lifers, leading to more confusion. Laura Benshoff looks at what schools are doing about their new budgets when the current state budget has yet to be reached. Host Dave Heller speaks with Sarah Winski, Exhibits Developer at the National Constitution Center. The Delaware Historical Society unveils its newest project, the Center for African-American Heritage this summer, reported by Nichelle Polston. And Peter Crimmins heads to LOVE Park, where skateboarders have a chance to show their skills and make money this weekend.

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