NewsWorks Tonight November 20, 2015 – Full Show


    On the Transgender Day of Remembrance, Katie Colaneri reports on the Philadelphia Police Department’s relationship with the LGBT community and how they intend to develop it further.  Dave Heller talks to Frank Newport, Editor-in-Chief of the Gallup Poll, about American opinion of accepting Syrian refugees and how that correlates with historical trends. Peter Crimmins takes a look at the David Kim Orchestral Institute, a summit teaming experienced orchestral musicians with aspiring students at Cairn University, a small Christian college in Langhorne. Dave Heller sits down with Philadelphia Water Department historian Adam Levine to discuss the history of the Cobbs Creek watershed and its long-lasting impact on the surrounding community.

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