NewsWorks Tonight, July 27, 2017 – Full Show


    The U.S. DEA reports that drug overdose deaths rose 40% in Pennsylvania last year. Fifteen New Jersey beaches were closed due to high bacteria levels. As farmers struggle to find enough help, guest worker visa restrictions may be eased. New Jersey’s leading gubernatorial candidates, Kim Guadagno and Phil Murphy, select running mates. Parents who want their kids to stay in a private special education school are at odds with advocates who say mainstream integration is better.  Old-line Philadelphia company Horn & Hardart is reviving itself as a coffee company.

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