Police and protesters interact at the corner of North Prince and West Chestnut streets in Lancaster on Sunday, May 31, 2020. (Photo: Joyous Snyder)
Police and protesters interact at the corner of North Prince and West Chestnut streets in Lancaster on Sunday, May 31, 2020. (Photo: Joyous Snyder)

Headlines for Wednesday, August 26, 2020:

Republicans continue efforts to disempower Gov. Wolf: They're pushing to override Wolf's veto of a bill that would have limited his emergency authority, and attempting to suspend the Emergency Management Services code. (Source: WITF)

Police chief reviews use of pepper spray at protest: Chief Jarrad Berkihiser told Lancaster City Council that officers' actions during protests in late May against police violence were "by the book, but the book needs to be rewritten." (Source: LNP)

Inmates sought unemployment benefits during pandemic: About 10,000 prisoners applied for compensation, state officials said. Charges have been filed against 33 individuals. (Source: ABC 27)

National roundup: Two killed, one injured in Kenosha protests. (Source: AP) Hurricane Laura grows stronger. (Source: ABC News) First Lady speaks at Republican convention. (Source: UPI) Convention events violated Hatch Act, experts say. (Source: Politifact)

Tim Stuhldreher