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WQED's studio at 4802 Fifth Avenue in Oakland is the central point for a live and lively conversation about the events making up the news of the week. Host Chris Moore is joined by regular panelists Lynn Cullen, Valerie McDonald Roberts, Bill Green and Heather Heidelbaugh.

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Friday, January 30, 2015
4802 is LIVE Friday at 7:30!

Description:

We begin this episode of 4802 with news of fallout from Mayor Bill Peduto’s appearance on an episode of Undercover Boss. Also, more political news as the State Supreme Court has put the prosecution of Attorney General Kathleen Kane on hold until it hears her challenge and some controversial firings made by Governor Tom Wolf are examined. Then we transition to football and the scandals affecting both the New England Patriots and the Steelers.


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