NewsWorks Tonight November 4, 2015 – Full Show


    Dave Davies details which positions will be cut at the Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News, and following recently announced cutbacks.  Katie Colaneri attends Jim Kenney’s first press conference as mayor-elect–speaking to a crowd not yet old enough to vote.  Kevin McCorry considers the future of education lawsuits at the state level now that Democrats control the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.  Avi Wolfman-Arent talks to first generation college students having some trouble transitioning to campus life.  Keystone Crossroads’ Irina Zhorov visits Clairton, Pennsylvania, which has been in Act 47 receivership for three decades as residents fret over whether to take over their own local government.  And we talk with Poet Ursula Rucker and Guitarist Tim Motzer.

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