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Monday, June 6

Philadelphia police respond to the scene of a shooting on South Street. (Source: ABC 6)

• High farmland costs limit entrants in Lancaster County: Land here regularly sells for $30,000 per acre, versus a statewide average of $7,600. (Source: WGAL)

• Three dead, 11 injured in Philly shooting: Several shooters opened fire into a crowd in the South Street District shortly before midnight Saturday. (Source: WGAL)

• McCormick concedes to Oz: With McCormick bowing out in the Republican primary, Dr. Mehmet Oz will face Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman in the race for U.S. Senate in November. (Source: CBS 21)

• Fetterman says he almost died of heart disease: He said he ignored warning signs for years before ending up in the hospital just before the May primary. His cardiologist released a statement diagnosing him with cardiomyopathy. (Source: AP)

• Elizabethtown school district denies petition to pull disputed book from library: Parent Tina Wilson filed a complaint about ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,’ citing concerns over “obscene and sexual content.” (Source: LNP)

• National/world: Jan. 6 committee poised to launch televised hearings Thursday. (Source: AP) At least 12 dead nationwide in weekend shootings. (Source: NBC News) Musk threatens to nix Twitter deal. (Source: ABC News) At least 35 dead in attack on church in Nigeria. (Source: ABC News) Putin warns West against arming Ukraine. (Source: CBS News)