NewsWorks Tonight February 17, 2017 – Full Show


    Laura Benshoff reports new population estimates show more immigrants living in the Philadelphia region illegally.  Dave Heller talks with Gallup Poll Editor-in-Chief Frank Newport.  Susan Phillips reports an environmental group is asking a judge to reconsider allowing construction of the controversial Mariner East 2 Pipeline.  Matt Laslo reports it’s tough to get some GOP lawmakers on the phone, forcing some to hold town halls back in their districts.  Anne Hoffman reports scientists from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia think it may be possible to predict autism earlier than two years old.  Alex Stern introduces us to a trolley conductor whose unique style of keeping his passengers informed has earned him the title “The SEPTA Poet.”

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