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Friday, March 31

Donald Trump. (Source: White House)

 Amazon distribution center opens near Mount Joy: A ribbon cutting will be held next Wednesday for the 400,000-square-foot Amazon Delivery Station at 1156 Four Star Drive. (Source: ABC 27)

 Remembrances honor fallen Lebanon police officer: Officers and Lt. William Lebo’s widow walked his former route to City Hall Friday morning, where a wreath will be laid and Lora Lebo will receive the medal of honor. The district attorney’s office is holding another memorial at 1 p.m. Lt. Lebo was killed in the line of duty last year. (Source: WGAL)

 Activist raises concerns about trout stocking: James Suleski of the Native Fish Coalition says the brown and trout and rainbow trout used to stock streams are invasive species that displace native brook trout. The state Fish & Boat Commission says it avoids streams with abundant brook trout, and mostly stocks waterways with few to no wild trout at all. (Source: Fox 43)

 Fire companies train on new rollercoaster at Dutch Wonderland: The Manheim Township Fire Rescue and Lafayette Fire Co. reviewed how to access the coaster and rescue riders in the event of an emergency stoppage. (Source: ABC 27)

 Economic pressures raising risk of families entering foster care system: Officials say more parents are leaving young children at home unsupervised because they have to work. (Source: CBS 21)

 Complaints continue over PPL billing: PPL says it is working to resolve the problems, but customers say they are still being overbilled. (Source: WGAL)

 Nation/world: Trump indicted. (Source: CBS News) DOJ sues Norfolk Southern over Ohio derailment. (Source: ABC News) 36 bodies recovered following collapse of well cover at Indian temple. (Source: AP) Gwyneth Paltrow wins ski crash case. (Source: NPR) Judge strikes down Obamacare mandates covering preventive care. (Source: NBC News)