NewsWorks Tonight May 7, 2018

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Philadelphia City Controller Rebecca Rhynhart sounds the alarm on a $33 million dollar discrepancy in the city’s bank accounts.  Philadelphia preschoolers will get some education in financial literacy. We profile the race for an open congressional seat in Chester County. In Delaware, participants in a job training program that’s been accused of exploiting workers testified before a state Senate committee.  And Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts smells rotten eggs on Uranus.

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