NewsWorks Tonight May 2, 2017 – Full Show

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    Bobby Allyn reports on a newly released study that shows Philadelphia still has an issue with ‘stop and frisk’. Union leader John Dougherty and Local 98 have not endorsed a candidate in the Philadelphia D.A. race but Dave Davies has details that show they are not sitting this election season out. March Eichmann spoke to Delaware lawmakers about a new plan to try to stop gerrymandering. Dave Heller sits down with Brad Linder and Farrah Parkes about the 50th anniversary of the Loving v. Virginia Supreme Court decision. A Delaware high school’s engineering team won a national contest, Shirly Min explains that the contest was not just an academic exercise. Finally, Peter Crimmins reports on the plan for a mural for a Philadelphia television journalist, the late Ed Bradley.

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