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Tuesday, April 2

A damaged World Central Kitchen vehicle is seen following an airstrike in the Gaza Strip on Monday, April 1, 2024. (Source: AFP)

• Manheim Township High School goes virtual after fire: Classes will be held online Tuesday and Wednesday after a fire in the wood shop Monday evening. (Source: WGAL)

• Manheim Township disclaims responsibility for city sewer issues: In a lawsuit, Lancaster city says the township should mitigate stormwater in parts of Grandview Heights and Stauffer Park that flows into the city’s system. The township disagrees. (Source: LNP)

• Report: Legalizing marijuana could generate $1 billion in taxes in five years: The estimate comes from Pennsylvania’s Independent Fiscal Office. (Source: ABC 27

• Latino parents describe experiences with Reading School District: Safety and bullying were their top concerns in the conversation, part of NPR’s “America Amplified” series. (Source: WITF

• Resident calls on Manheim Township to pass ‘non-sanctuary’ resolution: Township officials said they will consider the request. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Biden to visit Baltimore bridge collapse site Friday. (Source: Politico) World Central Kitchen pauses Gaza aid, saying Israeli attack on convoy killed seven staffers. (Source: ABC News) Judge broadens gag order after Trump’s social media attacks on daughter. (Source: USA Today) Judge says migrants can sue company that flew them to Martha’s Vineyard. (Source: NPR) Trump Social stock drops 25% after reporting 2023 financials. (Source: Forbes) U.S. traffic deaths dropped in 2023. (Source: UPI)