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Friday, June 14

Asa Tabb (Source: WITF)

• Development proposed at former Shawnee Resort: It would include 256 residential units and a 145-room hotel. The site was previously envisioned as part of the now-abandoned Oregon Village proposal. (Source: LNP)

• Asa Tabb to host WITF’s ‘The Spark’: She replaces Scott LaMar, who retired at the end of May from the local current-affairs talk show. (Source: WITF)

• ACLU sues Pa., alleging inadequate indigent defense: The group says the state’s county-by-county funding leaves public defenders overburdened and unable to provide their clients their constitutional right to effective representation. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Hempfield wins PIAA Class 6A baseball title: The Black Knights defeated LaSalle 3-2 on Thursday. (Source: WGAL)

• Tucker Carlson to speak in Hershey: As part of a nationwide tour, he will appear Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Giant Center. (Source: CBS 21)

• Nation/world: Supreme Court rejects challenge to mifepristone. (Source: NBC News) Storms pour 25 inches of rain on South Florida. (Source: ABC News) Clarence Thomas took undisclosed trips paid for by Harlan Crow. (Source: CBS News) Record-breaking heat expected in much of U.S. next week. (Source: USA Today) Cities experiment with ‘micro-communities’ for homeless. (Source: AP) Trump turns 78. (Source: CNN)