The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA

October 28, 2013

5 things to know for today in Pennsylvania news


Associated Press

— A look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Monday:

JUDGE MUST DECIDE IF FEUD AMONG PHILADELPHIA NEWSPAPER OWNERS BELONGS IN PENNSYLVANIA OR DELAWARE COURTS

If the judge rules today that the case belongs in Pennsylvania, she may then rule on an injunction to halt the firing of Philadelphia Inquirer editor Bill Marimow.

BETHLEHEM FIRM LEADING WAY TOWARD HEALTHIER PET FOODS

Freshpet is making premium dog and cat foods in a new $25 million factory.

AUTHORITIES SAY DAD KILLED TODDLER BEFORE FATALLY SHOOTING SELF IN NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA

Authorities say Nicholas Shultz shot his daughter, Camryn, in their Forty Fort home after recently separating from the girl’s mother. The toddler would have turned 2 tomorrow.

PITTSBURGH-AREA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT SUSPENDED FOR BEING TOO CONVINCING AS HOMELESS PERSON

Seventeen-year-old Michael Bodomov was participating in a drama assignment. But he was suspended from Mount Lebanon High School after he refused to identify himself to school officials who thought he was a real homeless person.

THE EAGLES HAVE LANDED, WITHOUT MICHAEL VICK

Philadelphia lost again Sunday, 15-7 to the New York Giants, with Chip Kelly’s fast-break offense again sputtering. Vick returned as quarterback after missing 2 1/2 games with a hamstring injury, but didn’t look terrible mobile before he was replaced by rookie Matt Barkley. The Eagles are now 3-5.