Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro, standing at right, greets a veteran during a Veterans Day observance. (Source: Josh Shapiro)
Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro, standing at right, greets a veteran during a Veterans Day observance. (Source: Josh Shapiro)

Headlines:

Pa. school districts fear lawsuits as Covid-19 cases spike: Lancaster Mennonite School had its students sign a waiver before returning to school, outlining the expectations for cleaning, distancing and bus seating. (Source: WGAL) The School District of Lancaster has launched a Covid-19 dashboard to provide information on cases in the district. (Source: WGAL) Meanwhile, parents in Montgomery County are pushing back against the proposed shutdown of in-person learning. (Source: CBS 21)

Pa. Attorney General sees no evidence of voter fraud: Attorney Josh Shapiro said Republican Party Republicans and President Trump have yet to find any evidence of fraud. "The will of the people is going to be respected in the final certified vote total,” he said. (Source: LNP)

Pa. House, Senate elect first women floor leaders: Senate Republicans elected Senator Kim Ward to be majority leader while House Democrats elected Representative Joanna McClinton as minority leader. (Source: Capital-Star)

Giant donates 10,000 turkeys to Central Pa. food banks: Giant employees have been helping to pack boxes for the banks. "The volunteers from Giant are a huge help for the holiday season, especially with the Covid-19 pandemic," said Central PA Food Bank Executive Directive Joe Arthur. (Source: CBS 21)

National roundup: Biden's victory is Arizona puts Trump's longshot challenge further out of reach. (Source: Reuters) Top officials say the 2020 election was the most secure in U.S. history. (Source: AP) Despite baseless claims, suburbs — not cities — lost Trump the election. (Source: USA Today) Georgia's hand tally of presidential race gets underway. (Source: AP) Oldest member of U.S. Senate, Rep. Don Young of Alaska, has Covid-19. (Source: UPI)

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