— Your look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Monday.
UNITED NETWORK FOR ORGAN SHARING TO DISCUSS POSSIBLE CHANGES AFTER PHILADELPHIA JUDGE'S RULING PUTTING 10-YEAR-OLD GIRL ON LUNG LIST
The agency's executive committee could recommend changes to the way patients are put on transplant lists after this evening's conference call.
BOEING CUTTING 41 JOBS AT EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA PLANT
The layoffs will affect mechanics, technicians and other positions at the company's plant in Ridley Park in the next several weeks. The plant employs about 6,200 people and makes the H-47 Chinook helicopter and the V-22 Osprey for the military.
PHILADELPHIA CITY COUNCIL FORMING SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE BUILDING COLLAPSE THAT KILLED 6, INJURED 13 LAST WEEK
An equipment operator has been charged with manslaughter for allegedly being high on marijuana when the building he was demolishing collapsed onto a neighboring Salvation Army Thrift Store on Wednesday.
PITTSBURGH PENGUINS GM RAY SHERO TO ADDRESS MEDIA ON WEDNESDAY
It's unclear if he'll have anything to say about the future of coach Dan Bylsma after the star-studded squad scored just two goals and was swept in the Eastern Conference finals by the Boston Bruins.
PIRATES OFF TODAY ... BUT EAGERLY AWAITING MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT OF GERRIT COLE
The top draft pick in 2011 is expected to start when the Pirates return home Tuesday for a six-game home stand. Cole is scheduled to start against the San Francisco Giants' Tim Lincecum.