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Thursday, Sept. 14

High Foundation Executive Director Robin Stauffer, left, and Chairman S. Dale High. (Source: Provided)

• Two students arrested after handgun found at McCaskey East High School: The students took a picture of themselves in a bathroom holding the weapon. In a statement, Superintendent Keith Miles called the incident “deeply concerning.” (Source: WGAL)

• UPS opens regional hub in Middletown: It’s the delivery company’s fourth largest facility in the U.S. (Source: ABC 27)

• Tax returns show High family gave $115 million in stock to foundation: The donation was made when the family gave the foundation control of High Industries. (Source: LNP)

• Pa. Supreme Court to hear arguments in gun law preemption case: Philadelphia and Ceasefire PA have filed a suit contending that Pennsylvania’s law preempting municipalities from regulating firearms is unconstitutional. (Source: WITF)

• Commission begins meeting to study school funding: The commission, co-chaired by state Rep. Mike Sturla, D-Lancaster, is charged with developing a funding formula after a court determined the existing system is unconstitutionally unfair. (Source: CBS 21)

• Nation/world: Judge rules DACA illegal, again. (Source: UPI) United Auto Workers plan targeted strikes at Big Three automakers if talks fail. (Source: NPR) 20,000 feared dead in Libya. (Source: NBC News) Mitt Romney won’t seek reelection. (Source: ABC News) Hunter Biden sues Trump aide over publication of private information. (Source: CBS News) Prosecution rests in Texas AG Paxton’s impeachment trial. (Source: AP)