Politics & Elections
Up Close for March 4, 2012
NEW YORK (WABC) -- We begin with an Eyewitness News exclusive: the Connecticut woman mauled by her friend's chimpanzee talks about her recovery after a face transplant.
We'll find out how she's fighting to regain her strength and her independence.
Plus, who says you can't fight city hall? Some residents armed with a camera catch sanitation workers handing out bogus tickets. Their actions could change how tickets are handed out.
And finally, important information you need to know before hiring someone to file your taxes.
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