NewsWorks Tonight September 23, 2015 – Full Show


    Katie Colaneri reports from the World Meeting of Families. Dave Davies reports that indicted Philadelphia Congressman Chaka Fattah has two challengers for his seat in next spring’s Democractic primary. Laura Benshoff has the story of a group of women from across the US who are walking 100 miles together to ask Pope Francis to adress immigration reform. Kimberly Haas reports on how restaurants near the papal festivities are preparing for the challenging weekend. NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller talks with Philadelphia Bicycle Coalition Research Director John Boyle about the challenges and opportunites for cyclists in Philadelphia during this weekend’s papal visit. Carolyn Beeler reports that Rowan University has purchased a fossil pit behind a strip mall in Mantua Township, New Jersey. 

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