- Associated Press - Friday, May 8, 2015

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

THE PRICE OF (BEING A) JUSTICE?

Friday marks the deadline for candidates running for three vacant Pennsylvania Supreme Court seats to file campaign finance reports. The primary is May 19. There are 12 candidates running in the primaries.

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19-YEAR-OLD WOMAN, GRANDMOTHER IDENTIFIED AS PITTSBURGH SLAYING VICTIMS

Seventy-two-year-old Valorie Crumpton and 19-year-old Tionna Banks were found in an East Hills home Thursday afternoon. Police found the woman dead when they went to check on the younger woman, who had been reported missing. Autopsies are set for Friday.

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FEDERAL JURY TO RESUME DELIBERATIONS IN RACKETEERING TRIAL OF 6 FORMER PHILADELPHIA NARCOTICS OFFICERS

The defendants are accused of stealing more than $400,000 from suspects, searching homes and cars without warrants, beating people and lying to win convictions. The jury returns Friday after deliberating for a half day Thursday.

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POLICE: MAN MIMICKING PRO WRESTING MOVE CHARGED WITH KILLING GIRLFRIEND’S TODDLER

Police say 20-year-old Brandon Hoffman was performing a move by WWE star The Undertaker when he threw the 18-month-old to the floor. Police say the Jersey Shore man told them he meant to toss the boy onto a bed and missed.

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PITTSBURGH REVAMPING HIRING PROTOCOLS, PAYING $1.6 MILLION TO SETTLE ALLEGATIONS OF BIASED POLICE HIRING

The city doesn’t believe it intentionally discriminated against black candidates, but believes it can do better by working with experts to revamp its screening process. Most of the settlement will go to 360 black candidates who were passed over for jobs from 2008 to 2014.

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