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United Way of Lancaster County


Thursday, March 24

Madeline Albright (Source: Albright Stonebridge)

Madeline Albright (Source: Albright Stonebridge)
Madeline Albright (Source: Albright Stonebridge)

• 14 men arrested in prostitution sting: The arrests cap the first major operation of Lancaster County's Human Trafficking Task Force, launched in January. (Source: ABC 27)

• Judge issues limited confidentiality order in Munoz lawsuit: The family of Ricardo Munoz is seeking information on police policies in connection with the wrongful death lawsuit against Lancaster city and the officer who shot Munoz in September 2020. In general, the information should be available, but police reports on the protests that followed aren't germane and could compromise officers' privacy and safety interests, the judge wrote. (Source: LNP)

• Bail denied for woman charged with murder in troopers' crash deaths: Jayana Tanae Webb, 21, of Eagleville will remain jailed until an April 5 hearing. (Source: ABC 27)

• Liquor Control Board reverses decision on CBD: Beer and wine license holders won't be allowed to sell edibles containing cannabis extract after all. (Source: WGAL)

• Interest groups push back against cutting gas tax: The cut would mean less revenue for much-needed road maintenance and would not necessarily translate to lower prices at the pump for consumers, they said. (Source: WITF)

• National/world roundup: U.S. will welcome up to 100,000 Ukrainian refugees. (Source: NBC News) U.S.  formally accuses Russia of war crimes. (Source: ABC News) American Bar Association, experts testify for Ketanji Brown Jackson. (Source: UPI) North Korea tests long-range missile. (Source: AP) Madeline Albright, first female U.S. secretary of state, dies at 84. (Source: CBS News)