NewsWorks Tonight, March 19, 2015 – Full Show


    Tom MacDonald reports that the Philadelphia D.A.has declined to charged police officers in the death of Brandon Tate-Brown. Kevin McCorry explains that Pennsylvania Governor Wolf is pushing charter schools to hold less money in reserve. Shirley Min visits a Delaware program that provides an alternative to incarcerating pregnant addicts. Mary Cummings-Jordan and Katie Colaneri discuss the Brewerytown neighborhood’s changes under gentrification. Irina Zhorov tells about Pittsburgh’s use of Code for America fellows to streamline their procurement systems. Peter Crimmins profiles author Claudia Rankine, who is giving a reading in Philadelphia. Bobby Allyn attends a meeting in Delaware County where a development project is being hotly contested.

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