NewsWorks Tonight November 9 2015 – Full Show


    Flu season has arrived and Elana Gordon talks with Dave Heller about the discrepancy between the volume of advertising for flu shots and the actual number of cases, along with the roadblocks involved with obtaining the free flu shots being promoted by the Affordable Care Act.  Dave Heller shares the details on a Delaware cold case that has been solved after 30 years.  Laura Benshoff reports on a legal struggle involving the reduction in the Chester-Upland School District’s special education tuition rate.  Diana Allen speaks with officials in three Bucks Country school districts that have kept a supply of the heroin antidote Narcan since September. The districts’ acquisition of the medication is a result of an uptick in drug abuse among young adults in the region. Bobby Allyn reports on a man in the heart of Pennsylvania who is retiring after over 50 years of tending bar and establishing community connections along the way.

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