NewsWorks Tonight, March 17, 2016 – Full Show


    Taunya English reports on federal health researchers who are offering advice on curbing gun violence to the state of Delaware. In south Philadelphia, Bobby Allyn looks into the Historical Commission’s decision to nix historical designation for a mobster’s house. Julie Grant of Pittsburgh’s Allegheny Front brings a profile of John Kasich’s environmental and energy track record. In the last of his conversations with Pennsylvania’s democratic candidates for US Senate, Dave Davies speaks with Katie McGinty. Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz, Coordinator of Mennonite Central Committee’s Restorative Justice program, joins host Dave Heller to discuss real world applications of restorative justice. Peter Crimmins reports on a festival at the University of the Arts that showcases musicals in various stages of development.

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