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Wednesday, Dec. 7

Producer Keith Beauchamp speaks about his movie “Till” to School District of Lancaster students at Penn Cinema on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022. (Source: School District of Lancaster)

 • Make-a-Wish Foundation to send Elizabethtown boy to Disneyland: Kalvin Swartzendruber, age 6, is a cancer survivor. (Source: ABC 27)

 • County to buy more equipment to process mail-in ballots: Commissioners are poised to approve a $30,000 appropriation for a stacker machine. (Source: LNP)

 • UPMC, Central Penn College offer 1-year medical assistant program: It’s intended to relieve a worker shortage in the industry. (Source: CBS 21)

 • Penn Cinema hosts ‘Till’ screening for McCaskey students: The film’s producer, Keith Beauchamp, was on hand for a discussion of the film’s subject, the murder of Emmett Till for speaking to a White woman in the 1950s. (Source: ABC 27)

 • Pa. House committee has spent $372,000 on Krasner impeachment: The trial in the Republican-led impeachment of Philadelphia’s district attorney is scheduled to start in mid-January. (Source: Capital-Star)

 • Nation/world: Warnock defeats Walker in Georgia runoff. (Source: UPI) Trump Organization found guilty of tax fraud. (Source: CNN) Germany arrests dozens suspected of planning rightist coup. (Source: ABC News) Supreme Court to hear ‘independent state legislature’ case. (Source: NPR) FBI says polygamous leader had at least 20 wives, many underage. (Source: CBS News) Hawaii commemorating Pearl Harbor anniversary. (Source: AP)