NewsWorks Tonight March 14, 2017 – Full Show


    Mark Eichmann reports while Winter Storm Stella didn’t deliver as much snow as predicted to our region, it has been a dark and cold day for thousands without power, especially in Delaware.  Avi Wolfman-Arent reports a new study of students who moved from traditional public schools in Pennsylvania to charter schools finds the charter schools that receive these transfer students tend to be more racially segregated than the schools the students have left behind.  Dave Heller talks with lawyer Nadeem Bezar, whose firm, Kline and Specter, is bringing to court a first of its kind suit against a motel where the victim was forced into the sex trade.  Joe Hernandez reports on New Jersey’s shift to releasing non-violent offenders even without cash bail.  Dave Davies talks with Philadelphia District Attorney Candidate Rich Negrin.  And Peter Crimmins checks in at a sparsely attended Philadelphia Flower Show.

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