Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Tuesday.
SORRY SAID, BUT SOME WANT STATE REP WHO ADMITTED TROLLING GAS DRILLING SUPPORTERS TO RESIGN
State Rep. Jesse White has admitted and apologized for using fake names online to attack and poke fun at supporters of natural gas drilling in the state along with other elected officials, but some voters and local editorial boards are saying sorry's not enough. They want him to resign. Meanwhile, a district attorney says he's investigating White, though it's unclear if any laws were broken.
FOR MOTOWN FOUNDER, A NOD FOR THE ANNUAL MARIAN ANDERSON AWARD
Berry Gordy's interest in music is more than just passing. The founder of the Motown label who helped launch the careers of Michael Jackson, Diana Ross and Stevie Wonder, among others, has long been feted for his role in popular music. Now he adds another accolade to his trophy case: the Marian Anderson Award. Named for the famed contralto and Philadelphia native who died in 1993, the award honors artists whose leadership has benefited humanity. He'll get the prize at a November black-tie gala.
NO DRILLING IN THE FOREST
More than 500 people announced their opposition to potential drilling for natural gas in the Loyalsock State Forest, meeting at a public hearing at Lycoming College. The state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources held the meeting Monday night to talk about potential plans for potential gas development in the forest, which encompasses more than 100,000 acres across Bradford, Lycoming and Sullivan Counties. There's no timeline for any decision by the state.
1 BOATER FOUND DEAD, BUT ANOTHER REMAINS MISSING
Searchers in central Pennsylvania are plying the waters of the Susquehanna River in their bid to find a man who went missing on Saturday when the boat he was aboard overturned. The body of Cody Moyer, 20, was recovered on Monday, but so far searchers have not found 21-year-old Jonny Velez. The men, both from Reading, were on a weekend fishing trip when the accident happened. A third man swam to shore.
BRUINS PUT THE PENS ON ICE, AGAIN
The Pittsburgh Penguins have lost two in a row to the Boston Bruins as the teams vie for a chance to play for the Stanley Cup in the National Hockey League finals. Boston romped over the Pens 6-1, doubling down on the team to take a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. The last 16 teams to go up 2-0 in the conference finals have advanced to the Cup finals. The Penguins managed to escape a 2-0 hole against the Bruins in 1991 on their way to the franchise's first championship.