A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Monday:
OBAMA, CHRISTIE STUMP IN GOVERNOR'S RACE
And now it's the candidates' turn. President Barack Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie were in Pennsylvania on Sunday, campaigning for Democrat challenger Tom Wolf and Republican Gov. Tom Corbett. On Monday, both candidates will be out on the last day before Tuesday's general election.
FEDERAL JUDGE TO DISCLOSE NFL CONCUSSION OPT OUTS
Former players had until Oct. 14 to opt out of a landmark $765 million settlement designed to compensate them for the long-lasting effects of head injuries.
STATE POLICE RUNNING BALLISTICS TEST ON RIFLE FOUND IN HANGAR WHERE ALLEGED ASSASSIN WAS ARRESTED
Police are trying to determine whether the .308 caliber rifle is the weapon 31-year-old Eric Frein allegedly used to kill one trooper and critically wound another officer in the September ambush on a police barracks in the Poconos.
UNION, SEPTA ANNOUNCE TENTATIVE CONTRACT
SEPTA Board Chairman Pat Deon says the Philadelphia-area transit authority and Transport Workers Union Local 234 reached a two-year agreement. A ratification vote will probably be held in the middle of this week.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger, set an NFL record by again tossing six touchdown passes in Sunday night's 43-23 win over the Baltimore Ravens. Roethlisberger's 12 TD passes in consecutive games broke the record set by Tom Flores for Oakland in the AFL in 1963 and matched by New England's Tom Brady in 2007.