NewsWorks Tonight July 29, 2014 – Full Show

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    Steve Trader follows the National Transportation Safety Board’s investigation into the Paulsboro train derailment. Emma Jacobs looks into the decline of Atlantic City’s online gambling revenues. John Abbott reports on the high number of construction equipment thefts in New Jersey. Host Dave Heller speaks with Jim Capolupo, the National Association of School Sperintendents’ Superintendent of the Year from Springfield, Pennsylvania. On this week’s edition of That’s History, Shai Ben-Yaacov speaks with Jonathan Zimmerman, historian from New York University, on stereotypes surrounding the continent of Africa.

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