NewsWorks Tonight October 10, 2017

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Dave Davies takes us to Delaware County, where Democrats may take seats on the county council for the first time ever.  Zoe Read reports Wilmington Trust has reached a multi million dollar settlement with federal prosecutors over charges  the bank concealed millions in past due loans from government regulators and investors.  Susan Phillips breaks down the impact of President Trump rescinding the Obama-era Clean Power Plan.  Marine Mammal Stranding Center Director Robert Shoalkopf joins us to discuss an unusually high number of beached marine mammals along the Jersey shore.  Howard Shapiro reviews the Arden Theater Company’s production of “Cabaret.”  And Avi Wolfman-Arent joins Philadelphia students as they pack a time capsule slated to be open in 2034, just in time for the youngsters’ college graduation.

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