The number of COVID cases continue to pile up for the Baltimore Ravens. Wide receiver Willie Snead is the latest Raven to test positive for the respiratory illness. He's the seventh offensive starter to be sidelined amid the outbreak after tight end Mark Andrews tested positive Sunday. Linebacker Matthew Judon tested positive also. The game Tuesday against the Steelers in Pittsburgh is still scheduled to take place. 

>>Cumberland County's December Jury Trials Postponed

(Cumberland County, PA) -- The Cumberland County Court is suspending all jury trials that were scheduled for December. President Judge Edward Guido filed the order last week. He says the decision was made because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The jury trials are being rescheduled to take place in January.

>>One Suspect Charged In Harrisburg Homicide

(Harrisburg, PA) -- A man is being charged after a shooting in Harrisburg. The shooting happened over the weekend in the 2,400-block of North Fourth Street.

Police say they found a man suffering from several gunshot wounds. He was taken to the hospital but died from his injuries. Another man allegedly got into a fight with the victim before shooting and killing him. He is being charged with one count of criminal homicide.

>>Man Wanted For Being Involved In Lebanon Homicide

(Lebanon County, PA) -- Lebanon City Police are searching for a man who was allegedly involved in a homicide. Twenty-three-year-old Andres Rodriguez is facing charges for criminal homicide, aggravated assault, endangering another person and possession of a firearm prohibited. Anyone with any information on Rodriguez's whereabouts is being asked to contact the Lebanon City Police Department.

>>Furniture Store In Swatara Township Closing

(Swatara Township, PA) -- A furniture store in Swatara Township is closing permanently today. Wolf Furniture Store at 4661 Lindle Road filed for bankruptcy earlier this year. It will be closing for good this evening at eight.

>>York County Tree Sale To Raise Money For Food Bank

(York, PA) -- A tree sale fundraiser is raising money for the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank. The locations of the tree sales are at the Weis Market on Lombard Road in Red Lion and the Dew Drop Plaza on Dew Drop Road in York. Organizers say Christmas trees, wreaths and pine roping will be on sale throughout the month.

>>Coroner’s Office IDs Woman Struck, Killed By Train In Perry County

(Watts Twp., PA) -- Officials with the Perry County Coroner’s office are identifying the woman struck and killed by a train last week in Watts Township. Jennifer Sanchez of Duncannon was struck by the train early Thanksgiving morning near Water Street. It’s believed the 40-year-old had been walking on the tracks before being hit by the freight train.

>>PA Could See Snow This Week

(Harrisburg, PA) -- Parts of Pennsylvania may be bracing for its first snow producing storm of the season. Officials with the National Weather Service are expecting heavy rain overnight tonight in most parts of the state, with temperatures dropping as the week goes on. Western and Northwestern PA could end up with as much as a foot of snow in some spots if the predictions hold. The Harrisburg area is expected to miss out on any significant snowfall.

>>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 1,500 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.

>>November Is Pennsylvania's Worst Month Since Pandemic Began

(Harrisgurg, 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 4,200 Pennsylvanians were hospitalized with the virus, and the state is projected to record between 17,000 and 34,000 deaths related to the virus by March.

>>Pennsylvania Supreme Court Dismisses Trump Campaign Challenge

(Harrisburg, 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.

>>Two Injured In Restaurant Shooting In Whitehall Township

(Whitehall Township, PA) -- Two people are recovering in the hospital after being shot in a Whitehall Township restaurant Friday morning. Police say they were dispatched to the 12-hundred-block of MacArthur Road in the Latest Food Trends Restaurant parking lot early Friday morning, where they recovered several shell casings and firearms. No clear details were given by police, but the incident began inside the restaurant and moved to the parking lot. Both people that were shot are expected to survive, and the investigation is ongoing.

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