5 things you need to know: Friday, February 5

Two people were killed in two separate pedestrian accidents last night.

The first, in Dauphin County. A man’s body was found along Route 322 in Hummelstown. The second, in Cumberland County. A person was struck and killed on I-81 near Carlisle.

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders faced off in their first one-on-one debate.

In one of the most heated clashes, the two argued over Wall Street and super PAC donations. On the Republican side, candidates face off in a debate at 8 p.m. Saturday on ABC27.

The IRS is once again accepting electronically filed tax returns.

A computer problem Wednesday shut down the IRS e-file system. The agency says the computer problems are fixed and it should not delay refunds.

If you see people wearing red today, there is a reason.

Friday is National Wear Red Day, an effort by the American Heart Association to show support for fighting heart disease in women, which is the number one killer of women worldwide. ABC27 has set up a page with helpful links. Check it out, here.

The 2016 Great American Outdoor Show opens tomorrow.

It’s at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg. For nine days, you can see more than 1100 exhibitors showcasing boats, RV’s, archery, guns, rifles and the latest outdoor gear.

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