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Tuesday, Dec. 12

The Gunzenhauser Bakery building. (Source: NE Lancaster City History)

• Pa. lawmakers discussing EV road fee: The flat yearly fee would go toward roadway maintenance. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Coats for Kids raises $125,400: The funds will allow the purchase of 3,500 coats for children in need. (Source: WGAL)

• Dauphin County inmate commits suicide: Christopher Phy, who was being held on child pornography charges, was found hanging in a cell Monday morning. (Source: CBS 21)

• Gunzenhauser Bakery building to be demolished: Property owner Charter Homes says damage from a 1999 fire is too extensive for the structure to be saved. (Source: LNP)

• Weis Markets donates to Central PA Food Bank: The company provided $250,000 from its customer-driven Fight Hunger program. (Source: ABC 27)

• Nation/world: Zelensky visits D.C. amid battle over Ukraine aid. (Source: CNN) Harvard U. president to remain despite outcry over antisemitism testimony. (Source: NBC News) U.N. to consider new Gaza cease-fire resolution. (Source: UPI) Woman leaves Texas for abortion after state Supreme Court rules against her. (Source: CBS News) Hunter Biden seeks dismissal of gun charges. (Source: UPI)