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Monday, Aug. 29

Artemis 1 (Source: NASA)

• LG Health opens proton therapy center: The advanced cancer treatment system is the first of its kind in central Pennsylvania. (Source: ABC 27)

• Manheim Township ordered to pay $4.4 million after overcharging on water connection fees: The township is appealing the county court ruling in Commonwealth Court. (Source: LNP)

• Mastriano posed in Confederate uniform in 2013-14 faculty photo: His opponent in Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial race, Attorney General Josh Shapiro, called the photo “deeply offensive.” (Source: CBS 21)

• In-state Pitt students to receive one-time $350 grants: The money comes from Pitt’s Covid-19 relief funds. (Source: WITF)

• Sen. Martin proposes clarifying license plate law: A recent court ruling requiring all portions of vehicle license plates to be visible could criminalize hundreds of thousands of drivers whose plates are in frames, Martin said. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Conservative media take up case of local Amish farmer: Amos Miller has repeatedly defied federal regulators over food safety laws. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: NASA scrubs Artemis I launch. (Source: UPI) Floods in Pakistan kill more than 1,000. (Source: AP) Record heat forces early wine harvest in France. (Source: CBS News) Biden administration ending at-home Covid-19 test giveaways. (Source: NBC News) International team en route to Ukraine nuclear plant. (Source: USA Today)