NewsWorks Tonight November 30, 2016 – Full Show


    US Senator Pat Toomey is calling or President Elect Donald Trump to take action against Philadelphia for not cooperating with immigration authorities, Bobby Allyn has details. Joe Hernandez gives insight into the NJ State Court hearing regarding The Fair House Act. Next summer, Philadelphia Mural Arts Program will create a public art installation about criminal justice reform, Peter Crimmins reports about the first workshop that took place today inside Graterford Prison in Montgomery County. Rob Zawatski reports on local venues where model railroads are still king. Linda Jara tells the story of learning her heart was failing at the age of 43. Finally, NewsWorks Tonight producer Kimberly Haas sat down with Elizabeth Vander Veer Shaak, chief bow maker Mount Airy Violins and Bows, about the state of the craft.

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