NewsWorks Tonight September 12, 2017 – Full Show

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    Bobby Allyn reports charges have been dropped against Brandon Bostian, the conductor of the Amtrak train that crashed in Philadelphia in 2015.  Joel Wolfram reports residents of Philadelphia’s Kensington neighborhood say things have gotten worse since the city and Conrail began sealing off a site by the railroad tracks popular with heroin users.  NewsWorks Tonight Host Dave Heller speaks with Wilmington News Journal reporter Brittany Horn about the rising tide of gun violence among teens in Wilmington, Delaware.  Anne Hoffman reports in New Jersey, hundreds of health providers turned out to a conference on suicide prevention today — a gathering organizers say would NEVER have happened 20 years ago.  Peter Crimmins reports a months-long experiment in public memorials begins this week in Philadelphia.  And Howard Shapiro reviews Tribe of Fools season opening production, “Fishtown.”

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