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News: Wednesday, Aug. 11




Dangerous heat advisory in effect: Temperatures will reach the mid-90s today and the upper 90s Thursday, with high humidity making it feel above 100 degrees. Vulnerable individuals are urged to stay in cool indoor areas. (Source: ABC 27)

Lancaster County refutes allegations of election irregularities: Officials issued a point-by-point rebuttal of claims circulating in an online document. (Source: LNP)

Tioga County condemns election 'audit': The Republican-majority board of county commissioners said state Sen. Doug Mastriano is creating "unnecessary chaos" and should withdraw his demand for election records. (Source: WITF)

School districts review Covid-19 plans: Cocalico's school board approved plans for in-person learning with masking optional. (Source: LNP) Pequea Valley reviewed policies that include mandatory masking on school buses and optional masking in school, with a vote planned Aug. 12. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: N.Y. Gov. Cuomo will resign. (Source: NPR) Senate Dems approve $3.5 trillion budget framework. (Source: AP) Consumer prices up 5.4%. (Source: CNBC) 169 fires are burning nearly 10 million acres in Siberia. (Source: AP)