A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Friday:
PENNSYLVANIANS DIGGING OUT FROM STORM THAT DUMPED SNOW ACROSS SOUTH-CENTRAL, SOUTHEAST
Though Pittsburgh and much of southwestern Pennsylvania was spared the worst of the storm, snowfall totals across the southern part of the state were heavy, starting in the Laurel Mountains where one spot in Somerset County received nearly 23 inches of snow. Berks and York counties got about 20 inches, Allentown received 19 and Philadelphia 11.
NEVADA REGULATORS UNCLEAR WHETHER SANDS CASINO CUSTOMERS HAD PERSONAL DATA STOLEN
But the Nevada Gaming Control Board says unknown hackers posted Social Security numbers belonging to employees of Sands' casino in Bethlehem, Pa., on the Sands websites.
PHILLY-BASED COMCAST GOBBLES UP TIME WARNER CABLE FOR $45.2 BILLION
Already the nation's No. 1 pay TV and Internet provider, Comcast says it will offer faster, more reliable service to more customers and save money on TV programming costs. If the deal is approved by regulators, Comcast will serve some 30 million pay TV customers and 32 million Internet subscribers.
NEW JERSEY WOMAN WINS $1.4 MILLION IN STAGE-DIVING LAWSUIT STEMMING FROM PHILADELPHIA CONCERT
Kimberly Myers, of Voorhees, N.J., fractured her skull and collarbone when the lead singer of Fishbone dived from the stage of the World Cafe Live in February 2010.
CRUDE OIL SPILL CONTAINED AT SITE OF WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA TANKER CAR DERAILMENT
Emergency crews say 19 cars carrying heavy crude oil and two cars containing liquid propane derailed Thursday near Vandergrift. None of the propane spilled. About 2,000 to 3,000 gallons of crude spilled from one car but was contained in a factory parking lot.