NewsWorks Tonight June 16, 2017 – Full Show

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    Laura Benshoff gives an update on the deliberation in Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial. After four years of waiting, teachers in the School District of Philadelphia may get a new contract. Avi Wolfman-Arent reports on the tentative agreement between the school district and the city’s teachers union. Local “dreamers” share their reactions to the the Trump Administration’s announcement that it will continue the DACA program. The Allegheny Front’s Reid Frazier explains how people who live close to fracking are more likely to experience some health problems. Philadelphia’s innovative alternative court for repeat prostitution offenders is now the subject of a play in Malvern, Pennsylvania. Peter Crimmins reports on the premiere of Project Dawn. Poetry enthusiasts head to the streets to celebrate the James Joyce epic, “Ulysses.”

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