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Updated: 2022-06-23 18:09:51

Can a Lancaster school district restrict how trans athletes play sports?

A Lancaster County School District is supporting a policy that would require student athletes to compete in teams that correspond to their sex assigned at birth.

By Gabriela Martínez/WITF

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Prosecutor: Police shots hit 4 outside game in Delaware County, killing girl, 8

“We have concluded that the gunfire, combined with the movement of the vehicle, precipitated responsive gunfire from the Sharon Hill police officers.”

By The Associated Press

9 states have a transgender school sports ban on the books. Now it’s being talked about in Pa.

A GOP committee chair says the bill isn’t a priority, meaning it’s unlikely to do more than stir conversation.

By Sam Dunklau

State calls time out on high school winter sports just before the first tip off

All high school sports activities have been prohibited as part of a three-week order also restricting indoor dining and most gatherings.

By Kiley Koscinski/WESA

More fans in the stands at Pa. high school sporting events

Eastern Lancaster County School District and Altoona Area School District are among those allowing up to 33% capacity in the stands.

By Julia Agos/WITF

Pa. Health Secretary: no fans at sports games anytime soon, credits uptick in new COVID cases to college and university settings

Both Allegheny and Centre counties are seeing surges in population thanks to university students. Both reported more than 100 new cases each Friday.

By Sam Dunklau
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