NewsWorks Tonight April 12, 2017 – Full Show

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    Wilmington, Delaware has hired a new police chief, Mark Eichmann reports. The city of Philadelphia will be paying part of the bill for the NFL Draft, Aaron Moselle explains why. Katie Colaneri follows up with Javier Flores, who has been living in a church basement for five months. Sara Hoover sits down with a local group of Latino children who create comics on their fear of being deported. Dave Heller chats with Terry Mutchler, the first executive director of the Pennsylvania Office of Public Records. Finally, Peter Crimmins visits a Philadelphia Old City exhibit of “water pipes”.

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