NewsWorks Tonight April 11, 2014 – Full Show


    Emma Jacobs reports the Philadelphia chapter of the NAACP has suspended its leader, J. Wyatt Mondesire.  Aaron Moselle talks with a marathoner who’s returning to Boston after finishing last year’s run right after the bombs went off.  Tracy Samuelson reports the lone holdout for Tom’s River’s dune plan is now playing nice.  Sarah Whites-Koditschek reports Temple University Hospital will be the first in Philadelphia to have a cord blood donation program.  Gallup Poll Editor-in-Chief Frank Newport reviews American attitudes on taxes.  And we’re joined by College Hockey News Managing Editor Adam Wodon to preview tomorrow’s final matchup in the Frozen Four in Philadelphia.

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