- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 21, 2014

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

POCONO MOUNTAIN SCHOOL DISTRICT CLOSES AFTER TWO REPORTED SIGHTINGS OF POLICE ASSASSIN SUSPECT

Officials announced the decision to cancel classes early Tuesday. A woman out for a walk and a law enforcement official both believe they’ve seen Eric Frein since Friday night. The 31-year-old has remained on the loose since he allegedly gunned down one state trooper and wounded another outside the Blooming Grove state police barracks on Sept. 12.

YOUNGEST NOBEL LAUREATE IN PHILADELPHIA TO RECEIVE LIBERTY MEDAL

Malala Yousafzai is being honored for her efforts to promote girls’ education. The 17-year-old began her activism six years ago by using an alias to write for the BBC about living under Taliban rule. In 2012, a Taliban gunman shot Yousafzai in the head while she was returning from school because of her vocal support for gender equality and education for girls.

JURY SELECTION SET FOR PITT MEDICAL RESEARCHER ACCUSED OF POISONING HIS WIFE

Dr. Robert Ferrante is charged with lacing his neurologist wife’s energy drink with cyanide in April 2013. But Ferrante has steadfastly denied involvement in the death of 41-year-old Dr. Autumn Klein.

PENNSYLVANIA SUPREME COURT SUSPENDS JUSTICE SEAMUS MCCAFFERY OVER PORNOGRAPHIC EMAIL SCANDAL

The justices issued an order saying Justice Seamus McCaffery may not perform any judicial or administrative duties while the matter is reviewed by the Judicial Conduct Board. McCaffery’s attorney says the move is part of “Chief Justice Castille’s relentless crusade to destroy his career and reputation.”

OHIO WOMAN INJURED BY ROCK DROPPED FROM OVERPASS SCHEDULED TO MEET WITH REPORTERS

Sharon Budd is holding the news conference Tuesday. On Wednesday, she’s scheduled for release from a rehabilitation hospital to travel home.

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