NewsWorks Tonight July 15, 2015 – Full Show


    Former President Bill Clinton’s spoke in Philadelphia about criminal justice reform and police-community relations at the annual NAACP Convention. Jeanette Woods reports on the youth presence at the NAACP Convention. Aaron Moselle reports that the Delware River Port Authority will be cutting the price of tolls for commuters who use their Philadelphia-area bridges. Todd Bookman reports on a lawsuit that is calling into question how long public officials need to hold on to emails. The results are in from the first Pennsylvania Core Standards test and Kevin McCory reports the scores are low. And NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller speaks to Philadelphia Water Department engineer Victoria Lenoci and Philadelphia Water Department city planner Jeremy Chadwick about new regulations designed to cut down on local flooding and encourage the building of green infrastructure. 

    WHYY is your source for fact-based, in-depth journalism and information. As a nonprofit organization, we rely on financial support from readers like you. Please give today.

    Want a digest of WHYY’s programs, events & stories? Sign up for our weekly newsletter.

    Together we can reach 100% of WHYY’s fiscal year goal