A look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Monday:
HUNTERS PROWLING PENNSYLVANIA WOODS ON FIRST DAY OF DEER RIFLE SEASON
About three-quarters of a million hunters are expected out as the season opens Monday. In most of the state, hunters can target bucks and does through Dec. 14, though in some areas, only bucks may be harvested through Friday.
TRAVELING MEDICAL TECHNICIAN WHO ONCE WORKED IN PENNSYLVANIA AWAITS SENTENCING
Thirty-four-year-old David Kwiatkowski infected dozens of people with hepatitis C through tainted syringes while working at 18 hospitals in seven states — including Pennsylvania — before he was hired at New Hampshire's Exeter Hospital in 2011. He faces sentencing Monday before a federal judge in that state.
TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS ONLY SLIGHTLY INFLATED THIS YEAR
PNC Wealth Management says the price of lords-a-leaping and ladies dancing has gone up, but most other items mentioned in the popular carol cost the same as they did last year. According to PNC, going to stores to buy all 364 items repeated throughout the carol costs $114,651, or 6.9 percent more than last year. And a Black Monday warning to you: Buying the gifts on the Internet costs about $173,000.
STATE POLICE IDENTIFY AMISH MOTHER, DAUGHTER KILLED WHEN VEHICLE COLLIDES WITH BUGGY
Authorities say 34-year-old Mary Byler of New Wilmington and her 11-year-old daughter, whose name was withheld, died in the crash late Saturday afternoon. Byler's husband, 35-year-old William Byler, was taken to a hospital with serious injuries.
ATTORNEY GENERAL FILES DOCUMENT CATALOGING FORMER PENN STATE PRESIDENT GRAHAM SPANIER'S ALLEGED LIES DURING JERRY SANDUSKY SEX SCANDAL
The document, known as a bill of particulars, was filed Friday after Spanier's attorneys insisted they be listed for the court where Spanier is awaiting trial along with two other former Penn State administrators.