Philly gets ready for MLK Day, study tests approach to crying infants

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    Emma Jacobs is already off to find out just how Atlantic City casinos intent to woo local business. She’ll also have a story on ACLU lawsuits against the Philadelphia Police Department.

    Tom MacDonald is getting details on Temple University’s plans to put a boathouse along the Schuylkill River and the Phliadelphia Parks Alliance’s objections. We can also expect an explainer for him on how gun background checks work in Pennsylvania.

    Peter Crimmins and Nat Hamilton are headed to Eastern State Peniteniary for an MLK Day story about one of the many performance-type events to commemorate the day.

    Lizz Fiedler and Holly Otterbein are wrapping up a tax-related story we can expect this week.

    And Maiken Scott will finish her story about crying infants, self-soothing and the recommendations of a new study.

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