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News: Friday, Dec. 10

Neeli Bendapudi (Source: University of Louisville)

Neeli Bendapudi (Source: University of Louisville)
Neeli Bendapudi (Source: University of Louisville)


Police probe shooting threat at Kellogg's plant: East Hempfield Township police said the company received a call Thursday claiming a shooting would target temporary workers at the plant, where regular workers are on strike. (Source: WGAL)

Solanco pivots to remote learning Friday due to rumors of threat: School officials did not disclose the nature of the threat. (Source: LNP) In Dauphin County, Susquehanna School District went remote Friday due to a social media threat to "shoot up" the school. (Source: ABC 27)

Penn State hires Neeli Bendapudi as president: The University of Louisville president will be the first woman and first person of color to lead Pennsylvania's flagship university. (Source: WITF | AP)

Write-in candidate declared winner in Warwick school board race: With 139 votes for "Emily Zimmer" credited to her, Emily Zimmerman prevailed over incumbent school board president Mike Landis. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: UK court allows Assange extradition. (Source: U.S. News) At least 53 apparent migrants dead in truck crash in Mexico. (Source: USA Today | AP) Judge rules Texas abortion law's enforcement mechanism invalid. (Source: AP) New York City grants noncitizens right to vote in local elections. (Source: UPI) Former NFL star Demaryius Thomas dead at 33. (Source: