5 things you need to know: Monday, February 15

Starting today, our weather team is tracking snow, rain and freezing temperatures.

The snow comes today, rain tomorrow and Wednesday brings warmer temperatures. To see the full forecast, click here.

Three people were killed and more than 70 others injured in a massive crash Saturday. 

It happened on I-78 in Lebanon County. For most of Saturday, the roadway was shut down. Following the crash, we spoke to first responders and a Midstate dad who was in the crash with his daughter in the back seat. The three victims have been identified. Officials say drifting snow was to blame.

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died.

Over the weekend, the 79-year-old was found dead at a resort ranch in West Texas. He served three decades on the nation’s highest court.

Classes resume today at a Pennsylvania college after 200 students were sick.

Around 200 students at Ursinus College reported symptoms of a stomach illness last week. Classes were canceled Thursday and Friday. The source of the ailment remains a mystery.

Harrisburg Police officers are investigating reports of items stolen from the National Civil War Museum.

Officials are working to determine a catalog of missing items but police did mention firearms.


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