NewsWorks Tonight, January 18, 2018

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Amazon narrowed down its list of potential sites for its second headquarters, and Philadelphia survived the first cut. Delaware Governor John Carney laid out his priorities for the year in his state of the state address in Dover. The Pulse’s Elana Gordon runs down how the federal government’s treatment of the opioid crisis has been received by local addiction professionals. After suffering some “resistance fatigue” in 2017, protesters are ready to hit the streets in full force in 2018. Rick Steves gives some tips on making the most of your vacation. A young musical prodigy displaced by Hurricane Maria searches for a piano in Philadelphia.

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