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Tuesday, April 9

Police horse Liam. (Source: Lancaster City Bureau of Police)

• Mountville Borough Council defers donation to Lancaster Public Library: Its action comes in response to the drag story hour Lancaster Pride had planned to host at the library’s downtown branch last month and follows a similar action by East Hempfield Township. (Source: CBS 21)

• Former police horse Liam dies: The 24-year-old horse died April 4 from Cushing’s Disease, the city police department said Monday. (Source: Fox 43)

• ‘Success on the Spectrum’ opens in Lancaster: The franchise in Greenfield in East Lampeter Township provides Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to children with autism. (Source: ABC 27)

• Strasburg woman organizes shoe drive to fight breast cancer: Kathleen Coleman is a coordinator for Pledge the Pink Foundation. (Source: WGAL)

• Nation/world: Special counsel urges Supreme Court to reject Trump immunity claims. (Source: NBC News) Norfolk Southern to pay $600 million for East Palestine, Ohio, derailment. (Source: AP) School shooter’s parents face sentencing on manslaughter convictions. (Source: CNN) Missouri to execute Brian Dorsey. (Source: USA Today) Report: March was 10th straight record-hottest month. (Source: UPI)