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(Undated) -- Here is the latest news: A 16-year-old who had been hospitalized since being shot on Monday has died. Two Reading girls have been found safe in Delaware and their parents are facing charges after they had been reported missing. Nine residents of an apartment building in southeast Reading are out of their homes until repairs are made after a fire Wednesday night. 

>>Sixteen-Year-Old Dies After Being Shot Monday

(Reading, PA) -- A 16-year-old who had been hospitalized since being shot on Monday has died. The teen's name has not been released. Police say a second teenager suffered non-life-threatening gunshot wounds. No one has been arrested, and investigators believe the victims were targeted.

>>Missing Reading Kids Found Safe In Delaware

(Reading, PA) -- Two Reading girls have been found safe in Delaware, and their parents are facing charges after they had been reported missing. Thirty-one-year-old Darrick and 28-year-old Kayla Seachrist were with their kids. The girls are eight-years and eight-months old, and their disappearance prompted Pennsylvania State Police to issue a missing endangered person advisory.

>>Yom Kippur Celebrated Outdoors

(Wyomissing, PA) -- Families have celebrated Yom Kippur at an outdoor service in Wyomissing at Temple Ohed Sholom. The Jewish Day of Atonement closed out the ten days of penitence begun by Rosh Hashanah. For Yom Kippur, people fast and ask God for forgiveness. 

>>Apartment Fire Displaces Nine Adults

(Reading, PA) -- Nine residents of an apartment building in southeast Reading are out of their homes until repairs are made after a fire Wednesday night. Firefighters arrived to the 500-block of South 12th Street to see residents escaping to safety through windows. Fire Marshal Jeremy Searfoss says two people suffered minor injuries. The cause of the fire has not yet been determined.

>>Motorcyclist Killed In Lebanon County Crash

(Swatara Township, PA) -- Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the death of a motorcyclist in Lebanon County. He drifted onto the shoulder of Interstate 81 near the 99-mile marker yesterday afternoon and hit a guide rail. Police say he was pronounced dead at the scene and was wearing a helmet.


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