Your look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Wednesday:
JURY TO CONTINUE DELIBERATIONS IN CAMPAIGN CORRUPTION TRIAL OF PA SUPREME COURT JUSTICE JOAN ORIE MELVIN, SISTER
The Allegheny County jury returns for a third day of deliberations in the campaign corruption trial of suspended state Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin and her sister, Janine Orie.
IN BID TO HELP STUDENTS BE MORE PRODUCTIVE, SOME SCHOOLS DITCHING CHAIRS IN FAVOR OF YOGA BALLS
It may seem like a game, but for some schools, the use of yoga balls for students to sit on instead of chairs is generating better productivity among elementary school students. In West Chester, teacher Robbi Giuliano calls it the best decision she’s ever made, noting that her fifth-graders focus more on their lessons while improving their balance and core strength, too.
UTILITY DROPS PLANNED APPEAL OF $109 MILLION VERDICT, WILL PAY $105 MILLION TO FAMILY OF WOMAN KILLED BY FALLING POWER LINE
West Penn Power has agreed to drop its appeal of a $109 million verdict against over the death of a woman killed by a power line that fell on her in front of her two young daughters. Instead, it will pay the family of Carrie Goretzka $105 million as well inspect its power lines for the kind of splices that caused her death in 2009.
YES, THE EARTH DID MOVE UNDER YOUR FEET ... NOT THAT ANYONE NOTICED
A minor tremor was recorded by the U.S. Geological Survey which said it was centered in the west end of Williamsport and registered a magnitude of 2.3. While the earth did move, the effect was hardly noticeable and police told the Sun-Gazette newspaper that they fielded no calls of concern or worry about it. A quake of 2.5 to 3 is typically the smallest felt by people.