NewsWorks Tonight July 16, 2014 – Full Show


    Aaron Moselle looks into the Fraternal Order of Police’s accusations that Daily News reporters paid for information in their Tainted Justice series. We get an update on UIL Holding’s plan to move forward in its bid to purchase Philadelphia Gas Works and NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller speaks with Luther Turmelle, energy reporter with the New Haven Register, about the potential impact of the sale on the region. Phil Gregory reports that Bridgegate hearings will stop for a while at the request of federal prosecutors. Holly Otterbein brings the story of a Psychology professor studying Philadelphia’s “no-snitching” culture. Dave Heller speaks with NJSpotlight’s Scott Gurian about the reallocation of Sandy relief funds following the discovery of numerous data errors.

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