PHILADELPHIA — A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Wednesday:
STATE POLICE FIND TWO UNEXPLODED PIPE BOMBS IN SEARCH FOR ALLEGED ASSASSIN
Investigators believe the discovery proves 31-year-old Eric Frein is making mistakes as he seeks to elude troopers in a wooded area of the Poconos. Police have been chasing him since Sept. 12, when they say Frein killed one trooper and wounded another at the Blooming Grove barracks with a sniper's rifle.
ANOTHER TROOPER FATALLY WOUNDED, THIS TIME DURING A GUN TRAINING EXERCISE
Police say Trooper David Kedra was shot in the chest on Tuesday during a yearly training exercise at the Montgomery County Public Safety Training Complex in Conshohocken. The shooting remains under investigation, and state police didn't disclose many details.
IT'S TOM VERSUS TOM, AGAIN ...
Republican Gov. Tom Corbett and Democratic challenger Tom Wolf are appearing together Wednesday morning on the one-hour "Breakfast with the Candidates" program aired live from the Philadelphia studios of KYW-AM. It's their second of three scheduled debates.
BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA SAYS $765 MILLION NFL CONCUSSION SETTLEMENT 'DEEPLY FLAWED'
The group says the legal deal favors former players with memory problems and certain neuromuscular diseases but excludes many former players suffering from mood swings, depression, aggression and other related problems. The agreement would cover all 21,000 former players, unless they opt out by next month.
CORBETT SIGNS BILL DESIGNED TO COMBAT FATAL HEROIN OVERDOSES
The new law makes an overdose more available to police and the public and also offers immunity from criminal prosecution to those who help overdose victims. The law will take effect in 60 days.