Good morning! Here's a look at AP's general news coverage today in Pennsylvania. For questions about the state report, contact the Philadelphia bureau at 215-561-1133. Editor Larry Rosenthal can be reached at 215-446-6631 or lrosenthal@ap.org.

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UPCOMING:

OHIO STATE-TEAM DOCTOR

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Some of the men who say they were molested by a now-dead team doctor decades ago at Ohio State University describe him as a locker-room voyeur who unnecessarily groped athletes during medical exams and wasn't stopped by administrators even after students complained about his behavior. Former wrestler Nick Nutter remembers teammates referring to Dr. Richard Strauss by the nickname "Dr. Jelly Paws." By Kantele Franko, Andrew Welsh-Huggins and John Seewer.

IN BRIEF:

— STOLEN CAR-ACCIDENTS — Authorities say a Pennsylvania man backed over his mother and another man while stealing her car and then crashed it.

— CAR CRASHES INTO GAS STATION — Authorities say a car crashed into a Pennsylvania gas station, sparking a fire that killed an employee who became trapped inside a building.

— TATTOO-ID — Police say a Pennsylvania man suspected of drug offenses who tried to hide his identity was given away by his tattoo, which spelled out his name.

— BUS CRASH-PHILADELPHIA — A bus has crashed into a home in Philadelphia, killing one and leaving three others injured.

— CAR CRASHES INTO HOME — Police say a driver fleeing police crashed into a Pennsylvania home, damaging it badly.

— SWIMMER DROWNS — Authorities say a Pennsylvania man drowned after he became fatigued while swimming at the New Jersey shore on the Fourth of July.

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