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What you need to know: Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020.



More than 1,000 food boxes are distributed to the Harrisburg community, December 1, 2020. The U.S Dept


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More than 1,000 food boxes are distributed to the Harrisburg community, December 1, 2020. The U.S Dept

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Today’s talkers

Virus spreads: Almost 200 more Pa. deaths from the coronavirus were reported yesterday, along with 8,000+ new cases. Read more.

See also: ZIP codes with the most growth in cases

Integrity concerns: Nearly 3 dozen GOP lawmakers are asking Gov. Tom Wolf to call the General Assembly back into session to address their concerns about the 2020 presidential election. Read more.

Business

Two in one: Sephora will open beauty shops inside Kohl’s department stores. Ulta Beauty and Target recently announced a similar partnership. Read more.

See also: Jewelry store and ice cream shop to open together

Layoffs: Pet Valu is shutting down its corporate office in Pa., costing almost 160 jobs. The pet store is closing its 358 U.S. stores and warehouses. Read more.

See also: TMI owner seeks massive tax cut

Football

Penn State: Penn State tight end Zack Kuntz, a Camp Hill native, was on the field vs. Michigan. He says he’s ready for the rest of the season. Read more.

See also: Wisconsin AD urges Big Ten to help Ohio State

NFL: Trace McSorley gets his first NFL touchdown, but that isn’t enough to keep the Ravens from toppling the still-unbeaten Steelers. Read more.

See also: Columnists rip NFL over handling of virus cases

In brief

Hershey’s updated Kisses Christmas ad irks some 5/8 U.S. Supreme Court asked to block Biden win in Pa. 5/8 Couple died of coronavirus at the same time 5/8 Stores offer free ham promotions 5/8 Harrisburg homicide victim remembered for positivity 5/8 Residents want Cumberland County to halt nursing home sale 5/8

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