NewsWorks Tonight October 20, 2015 – Full Show


    Dave Davies reports that the GOP has run their first ad in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court race and it’s an attack. Laura Benshoff reports that Villanova University will be arming more of their security guards starting next fall. Kevin McCory reports on a forum where Philadelphia 4th and 5th grade students addressed mayoral candidates Jim Kenney and Melissa Murray-Bailey. Bobby Allyn speaks with Philadelphia Daily News crime reporter David Gambacorta about the legacy of retiring Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey. Tom MacDonald reports that the city has installed a new red light camera at a notoriously dangerous North Philly intersection. NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller speaks with UPenn professor, writer, and filmmaker Tukufu Zuberi about his new documentary “African Independence”. 

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