NewsWorks Tonight March 10, 2016 – Full Show


    Susan Phillips reports on the results of a court case that helped set off the anti-fracking movement. Katie Colaneri looks into a meeting between those for and against Philadelphia’s growing reputation as an “energy hub.” Kevin McCorry reports on the Philadelphia School District’s new “turnaround plan” for fifteen of its lowest performing schools. Host Dave Heller speaks with Bucks County Courier Times environmental reporter Kyle Bagenstose about the Navy’s hesitance to tell residents about water contamination. WHYY’s Dave Davies speaks with Braddock mayor John Fetterman in the first in a series of discussions with Pennsylvania’s democratic senate candidates.  Newsworks Theater Blogger Howard Shapiro brings a review of Sense and Sensibility produced by People’s Light and Theater Company.

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