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News: Tuesday, Nov. 16

(Source: Pa. Lottery)

(Source: Pa. Lottery)
(Source: Pa. Lottery)


Pa. Sen. President Jake Corman to run for governor: The Republican plans to make an official announcement today. (Source: ABC 27)

Apartment complex proposed in downtown Lancaster: The building in the first block of West King Street would have 120 to 130 units, with 10% subsidized affordable units, plus retail, property owner Doug Shand said. (Source: LNP)

Excessive force lawsuit against city police officer heads to trial: Jessica Lopez alleges Lt. Nathan Nickel injured her during her arrest on Nov. 8, 2017. (Source: LNP)

Auditor general says Pa. Lottery needs more authority to investigate fraud: The state has a number of players whose frequent wins are statistically unlikely, Tim DeFoor said.   (Source: Capital-Star)

Manheim Township school board votes to keep mask mandate: Things could change in December, when the board changes from a 7-2 Democratic majority to a 6-3 Republican one. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: Retail sales up 1.7% in October. (Source: U.S. News) Biden signs infrastructure bill. (Source: Reuters) Pfizer agrees to share Covid-19 pill formula with generic makers. (Source: ABC News) Rittenhouse jury begins deliberations. (Source: UPI) Analysis: Exposure to extreme heat has tripled since 1983. (Source: AP)