The Elizabethtown Fire Department provides a bucket lift for families to visit loved ones at Elizabethtown Manor on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. (Source: Elizabethtown FD)
The Elizabethtown Fire Department provides a bucket lift for families to visit loved ones at Elizabethtown Manor on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. (Source: Elizabethtown FD)

Headlines for Thursday, June 25, 2020:

Lancaster County is No. 3 in Pa. in new Covid-19 cases per capita: As it prepares to enter Pennsylvania's "green" phase Friday, Lancaster County's rate of new Covid-19 cases was 101 per 100,000, behind Lebanon and Dauphin counties. The state average is 50 per 100,000. Source: LNP)

State House passes police reform: The legislation provides for enhanced screening and a database to track disciplinary actions against officers. It now goes to the state Senate. (Source: WGAL)

Family visits via bucket truck: The Elizabethtown Fire Department hoisted people to the second and third floors outside Elizabethtown Manor for face-to-face visits with loved ones in the facility. The building has been closed to outsiders due to Covid-19.  (Source: ABC 27)

Another 833 Lancaster County workers file for unemployment: That's down 27.5% from the previous week, but still about four times higher than normal. (Source: LNP)

National roundup: Another 1.48 million Americans file for unemployment. (Source: Reuters) Three indicted in Ahmaud Arbery killing. (Source: NPR) U.S. breaks record for new Covid-19 cases (Source: NBC News) Native Americans plan to protest President Trump's July 3 event at Mount Rushmore. (Source: AP) Report explains why IRS initially sent stimulus checks to 1 million dead people. (Source: Politico)

Tim Stuhldreher