Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky (Soure: Ukraine state media)
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky (Soure: Ukraine state media)

Pa. legislators hear about teacher shortage: Advocates testifying to the state House Education Committee called for better pay and working conditions and student debt relief to attract new teachers. (Source: CBS 21)

• State faces 'historic shortage' of police, officials say: Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw and other police chiefs called for funding to hire 1,000 officers statewide. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Vigil held for Lancaster city shooting victim, 19: Police say Carlos Almanzar-Torres, 21, shot and killed Damian Santiago on Tuesday night outside the A-Plus Sunoco gas station at the corner of North Prince and West Orange streets. (Source: LNP)

• Hospital 'strike team' deployment had limited impact: The presence of a FEMA strike team at WellSpan York Hospital was intended in part to allow the hospital to relieve its peers, but it accepted only 55 transfers from non-WellSpan facilities. (Source: LNP)

Political candidates rush to beat filing deadline for primary: There are seven Republicans and five Democrats running for U.S. Senate and 10 Republicans seeking to face Democrat Josh Shapiro, who is state attorney general, in the race to succeed Gov. Tom Wolf. (Source: AP)

• National/world roundup: Ukraine's President Zelensky addresses Congress. (Source: USA Today) North Korean missile launch fails. (Source: UPI) Fed expected to raise interest rates. (Source: CNBC) Senate approves bill to make Daylight Saving Time permanent. (Source: AP) University golf teams involved in fatal bus crash. (Source: CNN)

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