NewsWorks Tonight, September 29, 2016 – Full Show


    Bobby Allyn reports SEPTA is ready to resume its normal schedule on its Regional Rail Service. Tom MacDonald looks at the latest news surrounding the resignation of the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s executive director.  Emily Previti examines new measures the Pennsylvania legislature hopes will prevent municipal bankruptcies. Dave Davies takes a look behind political fundraising emails. Dave Heller discusses the history of Philadelphia’s morgues with Dennis Carlisle of Hidden City. Anne Hoffman reports on a new book that aims to help families caring for a relative with two medical diagnoses. Peter Crimmins meets fans who lined up at the Free Library for Bruce Springsteen and his new book.

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