NewsWorks Tonight, January 10, 2013 – Full Show

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    The owners of Philadelphia’s major newspapers threaten to liquidate barring concessions from its writers’ union.  Dave Davies reports on the move in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to remove Chief Justice Ron Castille from a key appointment.  Peter Crimmins visits the Upper Darby diner featured in the film “Silver Linings Playbook,” now up for an Oscar for best picture.  Elizabeth Fiedler takes us to the Kensington section of Philadelphia, where some property owners are fighting the city’s effort to seize their vacant land parcels by eminent domain.  Zack Seward checks in with a Philadelphia-based ad agency visiting the much anticipated Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.  And Shai Ben-Yaacov speaks with longtime Philadelphia Daily News Phillies writer Paul Hagen, the only living inductee to the Baseball Hall of Fame this year. 

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