NewsWorks Tonight February 14, 2017 – Full Show

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    Delaware Governor John Carney has announced plans for an independent review of the fatal prison hostage incident earlier this month, Zoe Read has details. Margaret J. Krauss take a look at the arguments both for and against immigration in Pennsylvania. Avi Wolfman-Arent reports on a new way Philadelphia schools are fighting against truancy. Following Seth Williams’ decision to seek a third term, Solomon Jones gives insight into what that decision may mean for the Black political scene in the city of Philadelphia. Peter Crimmins reports on how The Fairmount Water Works are showing their mussels. Finally, a group of women from suburban Philadelphia celebrated Valentine’s Day a different way this past weekend, Joel Wolfram explains what they did.

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