Firefighters want Nutter to sign arbitration award, GSk plays role in Olympic athlete testing

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    Tom MacDonald will be outside Philadelphia City Hall this afternoon as the international firefighters union gathers to demand Mayor Michael Nutter sign the arbitration award for local firefighters.

    Before that, Lizz Fiedler is heading to Olney to chase two stories, including one about how violence has impacted the neighborhood’s Cambodian community.

     

    Peter Crimmins is trying to track down the Bucks County high school student behind a Beyonce-inspired music video.

    Emma Jacobs will have more details on the list of 414 low-performing Pennsylvania schools and which students qualify for more assistance.

    Zack Seward is on the Olympics beat today. GlaxoSmithKline will have a role in Olympic athletes’ drug testing. We’ll find out exactly how the company is involved.

    On NewsWorks Tonight, Maiken Scott will hear from parents learning to let go as their new Temple students prepare for their first semester.

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