A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Monday:
STATE POLICE SHOOT MAN WHO WON'T DROP RIFLE
Troopers say Samuel Wheeler aimed a rifle at them after threatening to kill a family member with a knife and pointing the rifle at that person and another relative before going outside and firing three to five shots into the air or a nearby home. The 24-year-old was hit in the hand and forearm during the confrontation near Pittsburgh.
DELIBERATIONS CONTINUE IN BUTTOCKS-ENHANCEMENT DEATH CASE
Jurors in Philadelphia are continuing to weigh murder charges in the death of a dancer who got silicone injections at a hotel to enhance her buttocks. Padge-Victoria Windslowe says she performed thousands of the procedures despite a lack of formal medical training. She's charged with third-degree murder.
FEWER PENNSYLVANIA COUNTIES COOPERATING WITH IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES
Fourteen counties adopted formal policies last year against holding prisoners in their jails for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. A Temple University survey shows 18 other counties had previously adopted anti-detainer policies and two have policies in favor of cooperating with ICE.
SORRY SCAMMERS, YOU PICKED THE WRONG GUY
State Rep. Brian Ellis says someone pretending to be an IRS agent called his home last week and said he and his wife would be arrested if they didn't pay nearly $4,000 to settle a supposed debt. Ellis says he's heard from more than a dozen constituents who've received similar calls. The IRS says it never calls people for payment.
MOVIE THEME MAKES FLOWER SHOW'S BOX OFFICE BLOOM
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society says attendance for this year's event jumped 10 percent over last year, to about 250,000. The nine-day event, which featured landscapes paying homage to Disney and Pixar films, saw double the amount of children and students as in 2014.