NewsWorks Tonight, January 15, 2014 – Full Show


    Aaron Moselle reports on a New Jersey appeals court decision that a child left unattended in a car for any amount of time is considered neglect. Dave Davies covers an ethics board hearing on the city gifts policy. Tom MacDonald looks into a committee formed to bring a temporary memorial to the site of last summer’s building collapse. Dave Heller speaks with Howard Gillette, Professor Emeritus of History at Rutgers Camden, about Governor Christie’s plans for Camden. Kevin McCorry speaks with Sydney Coffin, a teacher who has been in and out of Philadelphia’s toughest schools. Peter Crimmins reports on the Mann Center’s new festival that honors 19th century civil rights activist Octavius Catto.

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