NewsWorks Tonight May 31, 2017 – Full Show


    Jim Saksa reports cabbies are hoping changes to the taxis’ flat rate for airport trips will help them stay afloat against fierce competition from Uber and Lyft.  Dave Heller speaks with Temple Associate Professor Heath Fogg Davis about his new book “Beyond Trans: Does Gender Matter?”  Peter Crimmins reports this weekend, America’s oldest outdoor art show takes place in Philadelphia as the Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Show celebrates its 90th year, and for the first time, the competitive exhibition will be featuring art by formerly homeless people.  Rob Zawatski reports one Philadelphia public school teacher is on a mission to answer those questions and create better-informed citizens.  The Allegheny Front’s Kara Holsopple reports new research shows that in order for some early birds to catch the worm, they have to breed sooner in the spring.  And Keystone Crossroads’ Eleanor Klibanoff reports there’s one rivalry that really divides Pennsylvania: the convenience store wars of Sheetz versus Wawa.

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