- Associated Press - Friday, August 14, 2015

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

SECRET SERVICE RESTRICTING DOWNTOWN PHILLY ACCESS BEFORE POPE FRANCIS ARRIVES

The security detail will need more than 30 hours to build security fencing and install metal detectors. That doesn’t count a near-total shutdown of a downtown section during the pope’s visit itself.

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MAN RELEASED AFTER 34 YEARS IN PRISON IN 15-YEAR-OLD’S 1976 RAPE AND MURDER

Lewis Fogle, 63, was freed on bond because he remains charged and could be retried. But the Indiana County district attorney agreed Fogle deserves a new trial after his DNA didn’t match a sample taken from the victim.

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JUDGE REJECTS INFORMAL REQUEST FROM ATTORNEY GENERAL TO RELEASE PORNOGRAPHIC EMAILS

Kane is claiming the charges she faces of illegally releasing grand jury material stem from an alleged cover-up of emails her office found and disclosed. She says she can’t speak more about that unless the emails are unsealed, but the judge says she needs to make that request formally to the court.

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JAY LENO LATEST TO WEIGH IN ON BILL COSBY

Leno tells The Associated Press that an unfair double standard is being applied to the dozens of women accusing Bill Cosby of decades-old sexual assaults. He says they’re attacked for not coming forward sooner, but says men who do the same are believed.

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COCKTAIL WAITRESS WINS SEXUAL HARASSMENT LAWSUIT AGAINST PITTSBURGH’S RIVERS CASINO

A federal jury has awarded her more than $1 million after finding the casino violated its own zero-tolerance sexual harassment policy by rescinding a lifetime ban against a high-roller accused of assaulting her.

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