This bridge over Frick Park in Pittsburgh collapsed early Friday, Jan. 28, 2022. (Source: Pgh. Dept. of Public Safety)
This bridge over Frick Park in Pittsburgh collapsed early Friday, Jan. 28, 2022. (Source: Pgh. Dept. of Public Safety)

Headlines:

Court rules Pa. mail-in voting law unconstitutional: The Commonwealth Court ruling comes in a case that is expected to reach the state Supreme Court. (Source: Spotlight PA)

Court begins hearing redistricting case: Commonwealth Court Judge Patricia McCullough has 14 maps to review after Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed a map passed by the Republican-controlled state legislature. (Source: Capital-Star)

More than 100 in Lancaster County seek assistance to pay water bills: Statewide, nearly 9,800 households have applied to the Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program since Pennsylvania launched it on Jan. 4. (Source: LNP)

State's county commissioners want more human services funding: The County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania is seeking $28 million in the state budget for mental health and other priorities. (Source: WITF)

Pa. projects record budget surplus: Revenue in January was about $1.8 billion higher than expected. Republicans, though, say dollars being counted as reserves have in fact already been committed. (Source: ABC 27)

Munoz' mother, city spar over confidentiality in lawsuit: Attorneys for Miguelina Pena, mother of Ricardo Munoz, are challenging efforts to limit their access to police personnel files. Munoz was shot and killed by a city police officer in September 2020. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: Bridge collapses in Pittsburgh on eve of Biden infrastructure visit. (Source: Post-Gazette) Russia says it won't start war over Ukraine. (Source: AP) East Coast storm gathers strength. (Source: CBS News) Federal judge revokes oil lease sale, citing climate change. (Source: NBC News) Tennessee school district bans 'Maus.' (Source: NPR)

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