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Thursday, May 11

(Source: SPCA)

 PennEnvironment releases ‘Dirty Dozen’ report on carbon emissions: The 12 largest greenhouse gas polluters account for nearly 20% of Pennsylvania’s total carbon footprint, the report says. Eleven are power plants, including York Energy Center in York County. (Source: WHYY)

 SPCA waiving adoption fees on Saturday: The “Empty the Shelters” promotion includes the SPCA’s Lancaster shelter, 848 S. Prince St. (Source: ABC 27)

 Democrats pour nearly $1 million into special election race: Democrat Heather Boyd and Republican Katie Ford are vying for the 163rd Pa. House District. Democrats want to preserve their 102-101 House majority. (Source: Capital-Star)

 Poll: Pennsylvanians split on voting by mail: The survey by Franklin & Marshall College found 50% of voters in favor of no-excuse mail voting, versus 47% opposed. (Source: WITF)

 Police sound alarm on illegal dirt bikes: As the weather warms up, more people are illegally riding dirt bikes and ATVs on public roads. (Source: Fox 43

 Nation/world: Britain provides cruise missiles as Ukraine prepares counteroffensive. (Source: AP) Trump lashes out in CNN town hall. (Source: NPR) EPA proposes tough rules on power plants. (Source: CBS News) Title 42 ends today. (Source: UPI) Group says Iran hanged 7 on drug, rape charges. (Source: Voice of America) Suspect in Natalee Holloway disappearance faces extradition. (Source: ABC News)