5 things to know for Friday in Pennsylvania

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A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Friday:

UNITED STATES ISN’T TRYING TO DRAFT 100-YEAR-OLD MEN … IT ONLY SEEMED LIKE IT DUE TO SELECTIVE SERVICE GLITCH

The Selective Service System says it mistakenly sent notices to more than 14,000 Pennsylvania men born between 1893 and 1897 because of a glitch involving PennDOT’s drivers’ license database. PennDOT produced a list of men born between 1993 and 1997 - but also included men born between 1893 and 1897.

COMPLAINT FILED AGAINST 36 UNITED METHODIST MINISTERS WHO IGNORED CHURCH LAW IN BLESSING SAME-SEX WEDDING

The pastors blessed the Nov. 9 ceremony at Philadelphia’s Arch Street United Methodist Church to show support for a colleague who faced church discipline for presiding over his gay son’s wedding.

RUSSIAN-BORN COLLEGE STUDENT PLEADS GUILTY TO BUILDING BOMBS IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA APARTMENT

The former Penn State-Altoona student, 18-year-old Vladislav Miftakhov, will be sentenced Dec. 11 by a federal judge in Johnstown.

WYOMING MAN SUING PENNSYLVANIA GROUP PAID TO SEARCH FOR AMELIA EARHART’S AIRPLANE

Tim Mellon claims The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery actually found Earhart’s plane in 2010 but kept it secret so the group could keep raising funds for the search. The group says it has yet to prove the submerged wreckage is Earhart’s plane.

FORMER PHILLY DAYCARE OWNER ALREADY AWAITING TRIAL IN BOYS’ DROWNING PLEADS GUILTY TO SUBSIDY SCAM

Tianna Edwards acknowledged taking $1.4 million in public child care subsidies some of which she spent on lifestyle expenses and gambling.

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