NewsWorks Tonight March 27, 2017 – Full Show

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    Bobby Allyn reports Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams’s lawyer is trying to quit representing him in his corruption case.  Aaron Moselle reports after masked anti-Trump protestors tried to shut down a pro-Trump march this weekend, experts say the intensity from both sides is cause for concern going forward.  Joe Hernandez reports on the state of Atlantic City four months into the New Jersey state takeover of the city.  Dave Heller talks with Philadelphia Inquirer Columnist Mike Newall about the vehicular death of a man in Northeast Philadelphia who was hit by a speeding off-duty police officer.  Peter Crimmins reports this week, the University of the Arts in Philadelphia is hosting a festival of theatrical musicals that are not quite ready for prime time.  And Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts gets a little political.

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