5 Things You Need to Know: Friday, September 23

Here are the Five Things You Need to Know for Friday, September 23:

Pa. State Police investigating deadly crash involving police pursuit

The Pa. State Police are investigating a deadly crash in York that followed a police pursuit late Thursday night. The coroner said 51-year-old Carl Snellings died at the scene.

Charlotte remains mostly peaceful

A third night of protests in Charlotte, North Carolina remained mostly peaceful overnight. The National Guard was called into the city to help police and the area remains under a state of emergency.  This follows the deadly police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott earlier this week.

Charlotte Police Fatal Shooting

Teen set to be arraigned in brother’s murder

A Dauphin County teenager is set to be arraigned Friday on charges that he murdered his older brother. Dakota Thornton was 15 when police say he killed his 18-year-old brother, Dominick, in their Williamstown home.

Hofstra readies for first presidential debate

The stage is being set for the first presidential debate, which will take place Monday night at Hofstra University on Long Island.  Ahead of the debate, Chelsea Clinton will campaign for her mother in Johnstown on Saturday.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton campaigning in West Virginia. (AP photos)

Cooler temperatures are coming

Friday will mark the hottest day of the week, and perhaps the last warm day of the season. Highs over the weekend are only expected to reach into the 70’s with next week looking much more seasonal.


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