>>November Is Pennsylvania's Worst Month Since Pandemic Began
(Lehigh, PA) -- November is Pennsylvania's worst month yet since the pandemic began according to health officials. Officials say in November alone, the state counted more than 143-thousand cases of COVID-19, which is greater than the last five-months combined. The University of Washington Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation projects Pennsylvania will reach intensive care unit bed capacity next month as the state has less than 20-percent of ICU beds left. More than 42-hundred Pennsylvanians were hospitalized with the virus, and the state is projected to record between 17-thousand and 34-thousand deaths related to the virus by March.
>>Pennsylvania Supreme Court Dismisses Trump Campaign Challenge
(Williamsport, PA) -- President Trump's legal options against the election results are dwindling after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejected another challenge over the weekend. In a 5-2 decision, the court shot down Congressman Mike Kelly's attempt to invalidate mail-in ballots by arguing that its provisions violate provisions of the state constitution. However, in 2019, lawmakers enacted a law allowing wider voting by mail, which was used in the last two elections. This comes as Wisconsin's recount of ballots solidified President-elect Joe Biden's victory and Governor Tom Wolf certified Pennsylvania's election results last Tuesday.
>COVID-19 Cases Continue To Rise Throughout Pennsylvania
(Lehigh, PA) -- COVID-19 cases are continuing to rise throughout Pennsylvania. Health officials say over the holiday weekend, the state total saw an increase of more than 29-thousand new cases, pushing it over 357-thousand. More than 250 new deaths related to the virus were added to the death toll, which is at ten-thousand-351.
>>Lancaster County Updates COVID-19 Positive Cases
(Lancaster County, PA) -- Positive COVID-19 cases are rising in Lancaster County. The county announced Friday over 850 new cases have been added to its COVID-19 dashboard. The cases are being reported from Thanksgiving Eve and Thanksgiving Day. Lancaster County's total COVID-19 cases are now over 15-thousand-500.
>>One Dead In Car Accident
(Berks County, PA) -- One man is dead after a car accident in Berks County. The accident happened Friday night in the area of 3751 Harmonyville Road. Police say a 57-year-old man lost control of his car and hit a tree. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
>>Churches In Reading Donate Over One-Thousand Boxes Of Food
(Reading, PA) -- Three churches in Reading were still delivering food over the weekend. Zion Baptist, Union Baptist Church and Philadelphia's Chosen 300 Ministries teamed up to distribute over one-thousand boxes of groceries Saturday. The food was donated by residents in Berks County.
>>Central Valley High School Wins Title Game
(Hershey, PA) -- The Central Valley Warriors are now state champions. The Warriors beat the Wyomissing Spartans for the P-I-double-A title. The game took place Friday night at Hersheypark Stadium. The Spartans did hold the lead going into halftime, but the Warriors ended up winning the game 35-to-21.
>>Lancaster County Man Charged For Aggravated Assault
(Lancaster County, PA) -- A Lancaster County man is behind bars after allegedly assaulting someone on Thanksgiving Day. The incident happened in the 15-hundred block on Rothsville Road Thursday evening. Police say a 24-year-old man assaulted another man and then fled the scene before he crashed into a vehicle on East Newport Road. The man is being charged with aggravated assault, stalking, domestic violence and recklessly endangering a person.