What you need to know for Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020.
High: 67; Low: 43. Mostly cloudy.
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More cases: Pa. reported 2,200+ more coronavirus cases the past two days. The daily count has been over 1,000 for a week, similar to spring levels. Read more.
- See also: Where Pa. stands among states
School closes: Students from Central Dauphin’s South Side Elementary will work remotely until Oct. 20 because of a staff member’s positive virus case. Read more.
- See also: How central Pa. schools notify parents
Gettysburg: Another battle continues in Gettysburg with frequent Black Lives Matter gatherings. “My feeling is that this is the nation’s most sacred place, and it should be a celebration of emancipation and freedom,” a retired college chaplain says. Read more.
Harrisburg: Someone poured bubble bath or soap into the Capitol fountain, so it had to be drained. That ended the pink water for breast cancer awareness. Read more.
- See also: Changes to Making Strides walk
Fatal crash: Anthony Williams, 66, had received his motorized wheelchair as a gift not long before he was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Harrisburg. His old one had been stolen, and strangers raised money to replace it. Read more.
Abandoned dog: People visiting a Dauphin County park found a dog locked inside a pet carrier. The animal is safe now, and police are investigating. Read more.
QB force: To make the playoffs, the Nittany Lions will need more out of starting quarterback Sean Clifford, and they’ll have to have it from the start. Read more.
- See also: Kickoff time for season opener
Seahawks QB: Seattle’s Russell Wilson is the best QB out there, not the “best black quarterback.” Those kinds of conversations are over, David Jones says. Read more.
- See also: High school rankings
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