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Thursday, Jan. 25

A hawk caught in power lines, left, is recovering at Raven Ridge Wildlife Center, right. (Source: Raven Ridge)

• Millersville U. receives $1 million grant: The U.S. Department of Education funding will support students pursuing teaching careers. (Source: LNP)

• Nonprofit tends hawk tangled in power lines: The red-tailed juvenile, rescued Jan. 10, is recovering well, Raven Ridge Wildlife Center said. (Source: CBS 21)

• Travel nurses cry foul over UPMC wage cut: They say they were promised their pay would not decrease. (Source: WESA)

• Pa.’s county commissioners outline legislative priorities: They include funding for 911 and mental health and reforms to mail-in ballot laws. (Source: WITF)

• Park City Starbucks union certified: Thirteen employees there are now recognized as belonging to Workers United following National Labor Relations Board certification of their vote. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Economy grew at 3.3% rate in Q4 2023. (Source: CNBC) Maine Supreme Court won’t hear Trump ballot eligibility appeal. (Source: CBS News) FAA releases instructions for 737 Max 9 inspections. (Source: ABC News) Arizona GOP chair resigns after Kari Lake tape leak. (Source: USA Today) Ohio legislature overrides veto of gender-affirming care ban for minors. (Source: ABC News)