- Associated Press - Friday, May 1, 2015

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

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HUNDREDS GATHER AT PHILADELPHIA CITY HALL TO PROTEST BALTIMORE MAN’S DEATH FROM INJURIES WHILE IN CUSTODY

Chants of “No justice, no peace” and “Black lives matter” filled Dilworth Plaza. Several dozen uniformed police officers stood guard while plainclothes officers patrolled nearby. Objects were thrown at police officers, who struck back with their batons.

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3 TEENS WILL BE TRIED AS ADULTS IN ROCK-DROPPING THAT INJURED OHIO WOMAN

The judge says he was not willing to put the suspects back into the juvenile system, where they would age out in less than three years. Being tried as adults means each could face up to 25 years in prison on the most serious charges. All three were 17 last July when a rock was dropped from an Interstate 80 overpass and crushed the head of Sharon Budd.

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FORMER PHILADELPHIA ARCHDIOCESE OFFICIAL SENT BACK TO PRISON

Monsignor William Lynn headed back to prison yesterday after the state Supreme Court reinstated his 2012 child endangerment conviction over his handling of sexual abuse complaints against other priests.

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FINAL DAY OF TESTIMONY SET FOR FORMER PHILADELPHIA NARCOTICS OFFICERS

The six defendants are accused of robbing drug dealers, then lying about evidence to obtain convictions. They are charged with corruption.

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A BOOST TO THEIR TEAMS

The Philadelphia Eagles chose USC wide receiver Nelson Agholor with the 20th overall pick in last night’s NFL draft. The Pittsburgh Steelers picked pass-rushing Kentucky linebacker Bud Dupree with the 22nd pick in the draft.

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