- Associated Press - Tuesday, February 10, 2015

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

BOYFRIEND JAILED IN CHARGES HE BEAT, STRANGLED WOMAN IN MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY DORM ROOM

Police officers responding to a 911 call early Sunday from the boyfriend, Gregorio Orrostieta, 19, say they found him trying to administer CPR to Karlie Hall, 18, his own face, hands and jeans smeared with blood, his shirt ripped, his chest scratched and his forehead cut. But authorities believe the CPR was “completely fake” as the woman had been dead for hours before he dialed 911.

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DAY OF RECKONING DELAYED BY SNOW

Closing arguments delayed by bad weather Monday are expected Tuesday in the trial of Hugo Selenski. He’s charged with strangling a pharmacist and his girlfriend in a plot involving tens of thousands of dollars of illegal drug money and then burying the corpses in his yard near Wilkes-Barre.

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FLIGHT FROM PHILADELPHIA MAKES EMERGENCY LANDING WITHOUT NOSE GEAR IN HOUSTON

Officials say only one passenger on the US Airways Flight was hurt when the plant landed Monday night at George Bush Intercontinental Airport. The injuries weren’t considered serious.

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CLOSING ARGUMENTS EXPECTED IN SHOOTING DEATH OF DRUG STORE MANAGER

Twenty-four-year-old Rita Pultro, 25-year-old David Wiggins and 24-year-old Tariq Mahmud are charged in Delaware County with murder, robbery and conspiracy. Authorities say Pultro and Wiggins tried to rob the Rite Aid in Chester in September 2013 but ended up shooting 40-year-old Jason McClay before fleeing. Mahmud, a store employee, is accused of tipping off the other two about store security.

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GOV. TOM WOLF PUSHING MEDICAID EXPANSION UNDER OBAMACARE, SCRAPPING PLAN PUSHED BY FORMER GOV. TOM CORBETT

The Wolf administration released a letter to a federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services official saying it is withdrawing a Corbett request for approval to create a low-risk benefits package for healthier adults on Medicaid.


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