NewsWorks Tonight April 27, 2017 – Full Show

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    Shirley Min reports on a standoff in Delaware that ended in gunfire. Joe Hernandez reports from outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art as the NFL draft gets underway. Peter Crimmins looks into how art fans are handling the large crowds of sports enthusiasts at the art museum. Bill Hangley reports on a new bill set to reform how Pennsylvania’s charter schools receive money for special education students. Dana DiFilippo brings the story of a historic African American cemetary in Camden County. Dr. Craig Stutman, assistant professor of History and Policy Studies at Delaware Valley University and co-chair of the Toni Morrison Society’s Bench by the Road Project, joins Dave Heller to discuss Murray’s efforts in preserving African American history.

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