NewsWorks Tonight October 19, 2016 – Full Show

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    Aaron Moselle reports on the latest development from the 2013 Center City building collapse as Richard Basciano speaks publicly for the first time since the collapse. 107,000 college students didn’t have class today due to faculty at 14 state-run schools going on strike, Avi Wolfman-Arent has the details. Delaware and New Jersey have seen rises in the minimum wage but Pennsylvania has not, Katie Colaneri speaks with some Pennsylvania residents who would like to see that change. Joe Hernandez visits one South Jersey town to talk to residents about the polarizing presidential election. Finally, Peter Crimmins reports on Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts’ new exhibition featuring photography by Thomas Eakins.

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