NewsWorks Tonight, December 11, 2014 – Full Show

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    Keystone Crossroads’ Emily Previti looks at the York County schools, which could go into receivership, becoming one of the only districts in the U.S. to be forced to charterize. Elana Gordon meets a Philadelphia-area psychiatrist who is returning to his native Liberia to help those traumatized from the Ebola outbreak. Peter Crimmins reports on the upcoming retirement of Alan Harler, after director the choir of the Mendelssohn Club for 27 years. Tony Abraham visits a group that runs live action role playing – or, LARPing – games in Fairmount Park. 

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