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Monday, Aug. 7

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• ‘Battle of the Unions’ raises money for Homelessness Coalition: City firefighters, police and administrative workers played softball against each other at Clipper Magazine Stadium. (Source: LNP)

• Police shoot, kill armed juvenile home intruder: Police said the boy pointed a gun at them when he exited a house on West New Street early Sunday morning. (Source: CBS 21)

• Shapiro terminates state funding for ‘Real Alternatives’ anti-abortion clinics: Real Alternatives had received more than $30 million since 2012. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Gun rights lawyer seeks names of donors to legal fund: Attorneys for Lancaster say Joshua Prince is not entitled to know who donated to a fund set up to defend against a National Rifle Association lawsuit in 2015, noting the state Supreme Court ruled against Prince in a similar case involving Harrisburg. (Source: LNP)

• IU-13 receives $999,000 for adult ESL: The intermediate unit serves around 300 students a year with the annual grant. (Source: WITF)

• Nation/world: Three killed in California when firefighting helicopters collide. (Source: AP) Yellow trucking co. files for bankruptcy. (Source: UPI) Sweden knocks U.S. out of World Cup. (Source: NPR) Glacial outburst flooding destroys buildings in Juneau. (Source: CBS News) Republican presidential candidates tiptoe around indictment issue. (Source: AP) Woman arrested in plot to assassinate Zelensky. (Source: ABC News) ‘Barbie’ movie passes $1 billion mark. (Source: CNN)