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5 things to know for Monday in Pennsylvania

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

PENNSYLVANIA CONGRESS MEMBERS TOOK 41 PRIVATELY PAID TRIPS SO FAR THIS YEAR

The Associated Press reviewed gift and travel records on the House clerk's website in the wake of a controversy about how those trips would be disclosed. Privately funded travel is not prohibited. But House members must get ethics committee approval before the trip and file detailed information — including costs — within 15 days of returning.

CONGRESSIONAL PRESS SECRETARY PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO WEAPONS CHARGE

An attorney for Ryan Shucard says he entered the plea Saturday in Washington, D.C. Superior Court. Shucard is the press secretary for Republican U.S. Rep. Tom Marino. Capitol Police say Shucard set off a metal detector Friday morning while entering the Cannon House Office building with a handgun and magazine. His attorney says the incident was unintentional.

PENNDOT CITES OHIO WOMAN'S INJURIES TO HIGHLIGHT DANGERS OF ROCK ATTACKS

Fifty-two-year-old middle school language arts teacher Sharon Budd was traveling on Interstate 80 near Milton when four young men stopped on a bridge and two began throwing rocks at cars. One of those rocks struck Budd and caused severe head injuries.

POLICE ON SCENE OF PUBLIC HOUSING SHOOTING THAT LEFT 1 DEAD IN WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA

State police in Lawrence County say the gunfire broke out at about 10:30 Saturday night in the Ellwood City complex. A 42-year-old man ran to a nearby restaurant and lounge for help but was later pronounced dead. His name hasn't been released. Police say two others were flown to Pittsburgh-area hospitals with injuries that weren't considered life-threatening.

PIRATES BEGIN SECOND-HALF WITH SWEEP OF ROCKIES

Sunday's 5-3 win at PNC Park gave the Pirates a three-game sweep of Colorado, in the first series for both teams after the All-Star break. The Pirates are now 52-46, and just ½ games out of first place in the National League Central.

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