(Undated) -- Here is the latest news: A Harrisburg man is dead after being shot yesterday morning. The Carlisle School District is closing all school buildings starting today due to COVID. Two Harrisburg people are being treated at the hospital after a shooting over the weekend.

>>Harrisburg Man Shot to Death

(Harrisburg, PA) -- A Harrisburg man is dead after being shot yesterday morning. Harrisburg Police found a man with multiple gunshot wounds on South 13th Street. He was taken to the hospital but later died from his injuries. The investigation is still ongoing.

>>Carlisle School District to Close Due to COVID

(Cumberland County, PA) -- The Carlisle School District is closing all school buildings starting today due to COVID. School officials announced yesterday students will be switching to virtual classes until after this month. The superintendent says the district has had ten new positive COVID-19 cases.

>>Weekend Shooting Leaves Two in Hospital

(Harrisburg, PA) -- Two Harrisburg people are being treated at the hospital after a shooting over the weekend. The shooting happened in the one-hundred block of South 20th Street Saturday night. Harrisburg Police say both victims suffered non-life-threatening injuries and they are going to recover. The shooting is still under investigation.

>>Man Shot at Party in Harrisburg

(Harrisburg, PA) -- Harrisburg Police are investigating a Sunday morning shooting that injured one man. Authorities found a man with a gunshot wound on the 1,400 block of State Street. Police say the man told them he was at a party when he heard a gunshot and realized he had been shot. He was taken to the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.

>>Cumberland County Organization Looks to Warm the Homeless

(Cumberland County, PA) -- Operation Warm Hearts is asking the public for donations to keep those-in-need warm this coming winter season. The non-profit organization held a drop-in and drop-off event at the Mechanicsburg Area School District Environmental Center Sunday morning. Organizers say people dropped off donations and stopped in to help with knitting projects. You can learn how to donate to Operation Warm Hearts by visiting their website.

>>Man Critical But Stable After Swatara Township Shooting

(Swatara Twp., PA) -- A man is in critical but stable condition after being shot in the chest in Swatara Township over the weekend. It happened Saturday night at the Derry Smoke Shop on the 55-hundred-block of Derry Street. Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to contact Swatara Township police.

>>Camp Hill School District Reports Highly Probable COVID-19 Case At High School

(Camp Hill, PA) -- Officials with Camp Hill School District are reporting a highly probable COVID-19 case at the high school. They say the student was last in the building on November 11th when they began to develop symptoms. In an announcement yesterday, the district said there’s no plan to close the campus. Any students or staff who came in close contact with the student were reportedly contacted over the weekend.

>>COVID-19 Early Warning Monitoring Dashboard Update Expected Today

(Harrisburg, PA) -- The state Secretary of the Department of Health is expected to give an update today on PA’s Early Warning Monitoring Dashboard. It helps local and state officials identify which counties are having the most trouble with COVID-19 and which could soon. On Saturday, the Department of Health announced another 5,551 confirmed or probable COVID-19 cases, setting another single day record.

(Harrisburg, PA) -- Auction officials say hundreds of items from former Harrisburg Mayor Steve Reed’s private collection went up for bids over the weekend. The Burg reports there were more than eleven-hundred items being auctioned off by Cordier Auctions during three virtual events, the first of which were this past weekend. A fine and decorative arts auction, with more Harrisburg-related items, will be held on November 21st.

>>Report: HIA Has Busiest Month Since Start Of Pandemic

(Middletown, PA) - It looks as if October was the best month HIA has had since the start of the pandemic. It’s reported that passenger traffic is down more than 60-percent from what it was last October. At its worst in April, traffic was four percent of the previous year at just over five-thousand passengers.

>>Car Accident Kills Woman in Bethel Township

(Bethel Township, PA) -- A Berks County woman is dead after a car accident in Bethel Township over the weekend. The crash happened on I-78 westbound Saturday afternoon. Police say a Ford Taurus crashed into the rear of a tractor-trailer when traffic slowed down because of a pre-existing accident. The driver of the Taurus was dead at the scene and the incident is still under investigation.

>>Exeter Man Dead After Being Struck By Vehicle

(Cumru Township, PA) -- Officials say an Exeter Township man is dead after being hit by a vehicle Friday night. The accident happened on I-176 in Cumru Township. Police say 75-year-old Larry Murphy got into a car accident and was crossing the roadway before being struck by a passing vehicle. Officials are reporting the manner of death is accidental.

>>No Foul Play Announced for Kutztown University Student's Death

(Maxatawny Township, PA) -- State police are not suspecting foul play was involved in the death of a Kutztown University student. University officials found 31-year-old Hannah Varn dead in her room at Dixon hall Thursday night. Investigators announced Friday that no foul play is suspected and no other students are in danger. The Berks County coroner's office plans to complete an autopsy to determine the student's cause of death.

>>Police Searching for Man Involved in Deadly Crash

(Reading, PA) -- Berks County Police are looking for a driver who was involved in a crash that killed a tow truck operator. A warrant was issued Friday evening for 29-year-old Allen Putman of Johnstown. Police say Putnam was under the influence of controlled substances during the deadly accident that happened on I-78 in Bethel Township over the summer. Putnam is facing charges that include homicide by vehicle while DUI.

>>Lancaster Man Stabbed

(Lancaster, PA) -- A Lancaster man is recovering after being stabbed. Police say the stabbing happened yesterday morning on High Street near Filbert Street. The man was taken to the hospital but his condition is unknown.

>>No Visitation Policy Returns At Lehigh Valley Health Network

(Allentown, PA) -- A no visitation policy is being implemented once again by the Lehigh Valley Health Network due to COVID-19. Officials say the policy was reissued to protect patients from possible exposure of the virus amid surging cases statewide. Starting tomorrow at 7 a.m., in-person visits will no longer be permitted except under certain circumstances such as the patient being gravely ill or if a parent wants to see their child in ICU and more. Hospitals will also be offering virtual visits.

>>Businesses Await New Possible Restrictions Amid Surging COVID-19 Cases

(Harrisburg, PA) -- Business owners are anticipating changes to the state's current COVID-19 restrictions as Governor Tom Wolf met with several other governors over the weekend to talk joint efforts. Some business owners say tighter restrictions like another lockdown will hurt many workers in the service industry, especially servers who rely on daily income from tips. Some emphasized the importance of supporting small businesses if tougher mitigation efforts are implemented. Officials from the Wolf Administration say more details on what may come will be released in the coming days.

>>Thousands Without Power After Sunday Night Storm

(Mount Pocono, PA) -- More than ten-thousand people in northeastern and central Pennsylvania are without power after they were hit by a strong storm and gusty winds last night. No weather-related injuries were reported in Monroe County as the winds left debris on roads, however, one Luzerne County couple had their car struck by a falling tree and were taken to a hospital with minor injuries. PPL Electric estimates more than 14-thousand people were left without power after the storm, and some won't have theirs restored until sometime this morning.

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