NewsWorks Tonight July 9, 2015 – Full Show


    Tom MacDonald reports on Philadelphia’s plan to give the Democratic National Convention a $15 million line of credit. Dave Davies investigates questions about donations to political advocacy group Philadelphia 3.0. Dave Heller sits down with two guests tonight. First, Sustainability Director Katherine Gajewski to discuss the fifth and final report from Mayor Nutter’s Greenworks plan to green the city. We also welcome Eric Riley, the first black co-captain at an Ivy League School and local coach of many high level tennis players, to discuss how he got into tennis and the current state of the sport as the Wimbledon Championships continue. On Recap, Kimberly Haas talks to Keith Warren from Philadelphia’s Sanitation Department about his post-Independence Day work week cleaning up the city streets.

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