A bust of Christopher Columbus was defaced with spray paint over the weekend. It sits on Lancaster County property in Lancaster city.
A bust of Christopher Columbus was defaced with spray paint over the weekend. It sits on Lancaster County property in Lancaster city.

Headlines for Wednesday, June 17, 2020:

Without robust contact tracing, Covid-19 could rebound: Pennsylvania's patchwork effort is at best a work in progress. (Source: Spotlight PA | LNP)

Republicans introduce resolution to impeach Gov. Wolf: The measure was introduced Tuesday by Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, who accused Wolf of "Orwellian overreach" in responding to the Covid-19 pandemic. (Source: PennLive)

Bust of Columbus defaced in Lancaster: Lancaster's county commissioners are decrying the vandalism, but are split along party lines on whether the statue should be removed. (Source: WGAL)

Local blood supplies at 30-year low: Central PA Blood Bank said Covid-19 has led to an acute nationwide shortage. (Source: ABC 27)

National roundup: America's economy sputters without spending by the rich. (Source: NPR) House Democrats' proposed police reforms would be more sweeping than Senate Republicans'. (Source: UPI) PepsiCo to discontinue Aunt Jemima brand. (Source: NBC News) Concerns raised ahead of President Trump's Saturday rally in Tulsa. (Source: Reuters)

Tim Stuhldreher