AP-PA--Pennsylvania News Coverage Advisory, PA
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PHILADELPHIA — Fourth and fifth graders from across Pennsylvania submitted questions for the state’s gubernatorial candidates. Some of the best questions will be asked at a forum for students at the Philadelphia School District in attempt to get kids involved in civics. By Claudia Lauer.
— STUDENTS STRUCK-TEEN DRIVER — Authorities say a teenage driver struck and injured six students near a Pittsburgh high school.
— VIDEO GAMES DISPUTE-DAD CHARGED — Authorities say a Pennsylvania man punched an officer in the face during an argument with his son over video games.
FBN--TRANSITIONING FROM THE GAME
— Now that Eric Winston is no longer playing pro football, he’s not exactly soaking up the rays in some exotic locale. He’s preparing for the rest of his life by attending the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, while also handling a myriad of duties as president of the NFL players’ union. Yes, Winston, 34, has the funds to make an easier transition from the football field to the field of business after a 12-year NFL career. Many of his peers do, too. And many don’t. By Barry Wilner. With AP photos.
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