NewsWorks Tonight May 24, 2016 – Full Show

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    Bobby Allyn reports the first criminal charges against Bill Cosby are moving closer to trial.  Tom MacDonald reports a plan in Harrisburg to legalize ride hailing services Uber and Lyft are progressing, despite protests.  Katie Colaneri examines the potential economic benefits of dredging the Delaware River.  Marielle Segarra takes us to a North Philadelphia community garden, which could soon be removed to make way for a Philadelphia Housing Authority development.  And host Dave Heller talks with Cheri Senders, publisher of Labor 4-1-1, and Patrick Eiding, President of the Philadelphia Council of the AFL-CIO.

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