NewsWorks Tonight September 8, 2014 – Full Show


    Emma Jacobs reports on New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s decision to allow sports betting in the state of New Jersey.  Dave Heller sits down with Kevin McCorry to recap the first day of classes at Philadelphia Schools.  Tom MacDonald reports on a complaint filed by the Brady Center against the gun shop whose straw sale led to the death of a Pennsylvania Police Officer.  Elizabeth Perez-Luna visits Wetland, a floating houseboat near the  Philadelphia Seaport Museum that is the longest running piece in the Philly Fringe Festival.  Dave Heller talks with Derrick Pitts, Chief Astronomer at the Franklin Institute, about what we should look for in the skies this week. Chris Satullo provides his insight as to whether things are really as bad as the media portrays them to be.

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