NewsWorks Tonight, February 4, 2016 – Full Show

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    Laura Benshoff reports on an appeal made by Bill Cosby’s lawyers in the criminal case against the comedian. Katie Colaneri looks into a committee in Philadelphia appointed to help the Criminal Justice Advisory Board reform the justice system. Aaron Moselle reports on Comcast’s plan to make navigating televisions easier for the blind. Host Dave Heller discusses a new documentary on the Hew Hope – Lambertville Bridge with John Weber, the documentary’s writer, director, narrator, and Roy Ziegler, chairman of the committee that produced the documentary for the New Hope Historical Society. Jessica McDonald heads to Pottstown to learn more about how a school has started using “walking buses.”

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