NewsWorks Tonight July 28, 2015 – Full Show


    Tom MacDonals reports on SEPTA’s new plan to get the highly sought after reginal rail passes for the Pope’s September visit. Bill Hangley explores a new challenge gay men serving as Boy Sout troop leaders face since the ban was lifted. After a local chef was arrested on cild pronography charges, Bobby Allyn notes the use of fake internet personsas are increasingly being used by federaal investigators to catch these people. Host Dave Heller sits down with WHYY’s Mary Wilson to discuss the Pennsylvania budget impasse. StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Reid Frazier reports a Pennsylvania stream appears to be contaminated with radioactive waste from an unidentified source. Katie Hiler examines if it is worth putting up solar panels if you ahve to cut down a forest to do it.

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