NewsWorks Tonight April 1, 2014 – Full Show

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    Dave Davies reports on charges against a former top official at Philadelphia’s Department of Licenses and Inspections.  Tom MacDonald reports on a critical staffing shortage for the city’s Office of Property Assessment.  Kevin McCorry visits a school where children took time off from lessons to share visceral personal stories.  Inquirer Sports Columnist Mike Sielski joins us to reflect on the Eagles’ decision to release wide receiver DeSean Jackson.  Peter Crimmins visits two Philadelphia theaters now using an ensemble cast.  And we bring you a special APRIL FIRST preview of a new film that sees the legendary Jersey Devil pitted against Sasquatch.

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