NewsWorks Tonight, February 21, 2018

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Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski takes the stand in his corruption trial.  Philadelphia’s DA’s office announces it will no longer seek cash bail for certain crimes.  We talk with Bill Golderer, founder of Broad Street Ministries and new head of the United Way of Greater Philadelphia.  Local lawmakers react to cuts to Amtrak, which has had a series of deadly crashes in recent years.  One of Philadelphia’s landmark arts organizations, the Clay Studio, is relocating after more than 40 years in Old City.  And Howard Shapiro reviews The Humans at Walnut Street Theater.

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