Newsworks Tonight, October 1, 2013 – Full Show

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    Holly Otterbein talks with tourists who were inconvenienced by the government shutdown when they tried to visit Independence National Historic Park today.  Taunya English sits with Dave Heller to discuss what’s happening with the health exchanges that have gone into effect. StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Katie Colaneri has the story on environmental groups that are suing New Jersey and Delaware state regulators over billions of fish that are being killed at two nearby energy facilities.  Elizabeth Fiedler visits inmates sentenced to life in prison as juveniles a year after a supreme court ruling should have set their resentencings in motion.  And Paul Guggenheimer, Host of Essential Pittsburgh at public radio station WESA joins us to talk about the Pittsburgh Pirates’ return to the playoffs after more than two decades.

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