- Associated Press - Monday, June 22, 2015

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

‘ADULT’ STATUS, OTHER ISSUES SUBJECT OF HEARING FOR HIGH SCHOOL STABBINGS SUSPECT

Monday’s hearing could determine whether 17-year-old Alex Hribal remains charged as an adult, or will be sent to juvenile court on charges that he stabbed 20 fellow students and a security guard at Franklin Regional High School in the Pittsburgh suburbs last year.

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TRANSIT, AIRPORT OFFICIALS TO DISCUSS TRANSPORTATION PLANS FOR POPE’S VISIT TO PHILADELPHIA IN SEPTEMBER

Pope Francis is scheduled to arrive Sept. 26 for the World Meeting of Families. Mayor Michael Nutter is leading a group in Rome as the city prepares for the pope’s visit.

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SEARCH FOR CONVICTED MURDERERS INCLUDED PENNSYLVANIA AFTER ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK PRISON

Inmates David Sweat and Richard Matt broke out of maximum-security Clinton Correctional Facility on June 6 and up to 800 law enforcement officers have gone door to door checking houses, wooded areas, campgrounds and summer homes.

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10 INJURED, INCLUDING TODDLER, DURING PHILADELPHIA COOKOUT SHOOTING

Witnesses say the suspects fired down a block with a shotgun at least once in West Philadelphia’s Belmont neighborhood shortly before 10 p.m. Saturday. Police said the pair then drove down the street in a gold sedan, firing several more shots, possibly with a handgun.

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STREAK, WHAT STREAK?

The Pittsburgh Pirates have replaced their eight-game winning streak with a three-game losing streak thanks to a weekend sweep at the hands of the Washington Nationals. The losses included Saturday’s no-hitter by Washington’s Max Scherzer, and a 9-2 loss Sunday.

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