5 things you need to know: Tuesday, September 6

Today is the second first day of school for some students in the West Short School District.

High school students are heading back to class today after mold was found in the high school last week. Officials say all buildings in the West Shore School District have been tested. No word when results will be released.

A judge could set a new trial date today for Bill Cosby.

The actor returns to a suburban Philadelphia courtroom today for a hearing in his sexual assault case.

Two investigations are being launched into the death of a 29-year-old woman.

Trishia Lyn Hoffman was driving a car near Halifax when it was struck by a train yesterday. Investigators and Norfolk Southern are investigating the crash.

An 11-year-old Lancaster County boy is continuing to recover after having a multi-organ transplant surgery last month in Miami.

Yesterday Mark Hall heard from Tony Forte. He says he’s doing well after the 6-hour, 5 organ transplant and every day is a step forward.

The Cumberland Valley School District is hosting a meeting for plans to ease overcrowding.

Officials say the district has gotten too big so there are plans to build and eighth elementary school and to build a new middle school to replace an aging school.

 

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