- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 21, 2015

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

JUDGE TO DECIDE WHETHER TO RELEASE TASER VIDEO IN POLICE SHOOTING CASE

Dauphin County prosecutors say the video from the stun gun shows an officer fatally shooting an unarmed man. Common Pleas Judge Deborah Curcillo did not indicate when she would rule after a hearing Tuesday on a defense request to prevent its release. The lawyer for Hummelstown Police Officer Lisa Mearkle says the video could unfairly influence the opinions of potential jurors.

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VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN, ENERGY SECRETARY IN PHILADELPHIA

Biden and Secretary Ernest Moniz will be visiting the headquarters of Peco Energy Co. in Philadelphia later Tuesday to speak about investing in the nation’s energy infrastructure.

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SEVEN PENN STATE TRUSTEES SEEKING DOCUMENTS FORMER FBI DIRECTOR LOUIS FREEH USED TO COMPILE JERRY SANDUSKY REPORT

The petition filed in the Centre County Court of Common Pleas by the alumni-elected trustees seeks to force the school to let them see everything the Freeh team reviewed, gathered and produced in connection with the university-commissioned report. The Freeh report, criticized by many alumni, found fault with former Penn State top officials, including the late football coach Joe Paterno.

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PHILADELPHIA SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT SAYS STATE’S LARGEST DISTRICT CANT’ CUT ANY MORE JOBS OR SERVICES

William Hite made those remarks while in Harrisburg, lobbying for more state funding.

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WHERE’D ALL THAT MOMENTUM GO?

The Pittsburgh Penguins squandered the momentum they seemed to have by tying their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series with a win against the New York Rangers on Saturday. The Penguins were held without a shot for much of Monday night’s first period before losing 2-1, the same deficit they now face in the best-of-seven series.

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