NewsWorks Tonight May 10, 2017 – Full Show

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    Federal immigration agents recently took 12 people in custody in Chester County, Laura Benshoff reports on what advocates say and are doing about the arrests. Some suburban families are paying tuition to attend select Philadelphia public schools, Avi Wolfman-Arent explains why members of city council are unhappy. Dave Heller sits down with Deborah Gross, Chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association to discuss the association’s ‘Campaign for Qualified Judges’. Eleanor Klibanoff reports on why Allentown’s mayor is running for reelection and why he has a chance to win despite a federal probe. Finally, Peter Crimmins visited the Centennial Exposition before it opens in Philadelphia.

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