A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Tuesday:
POLL FINDS MOST PENNSYLVANIA VOTERS FAVOR MEDICAL MARIJUANA, BUT SPLIT ON LEGALIZING IT FOR RECREATIONAL USE
The Quinnipiac University poll found that 85 percent of voters surveyed favored legalizing marijuana for adults, if it's prescribed by their doctor. But voters are narrowly split on whether possession of small amounts of the drug should be legal for recreational use.
PENNSYLVANIA DODGES SNOW BULLET BUT IS STILL SHIVERING
Temperatures dropped into the single digits for much of the state overnight, with some areas experiencing below-zero temperatures that were 30 to 40 degrees below normal for this time of year.
US SUPREME COURT WON'T HEAR HAZELTON'S APPEAL OF LOWER COURT RULING BANNING ITS ANTI-IMMIGRANT LAW
The high court has held since 2012 that immigration issues are largely a matter for federal agencies, not local governments, to regulate. Monday's ruling means the Pennsylvania town can't enforce local housing and employment rules aimed at people in the country illegally.
US SEN. BOB CASEY CRITICIZING RUSSIA'S 'AGGRESSION' IN UKRAINE
The Pennsylvania Democrat says the United States can support the Ukrainian government with economic assistance, such as loan guarantees. He also suggests he'd support legislation to freeze assets of key Russian officials or impose economic sanctions against Russia.
OFF-DUTY PHILADELPHIA OFFICER OUT OF HOSPITAL AS POLICE CONTINUE TO SEARCH FOR MAN WHO SHOT HIM
Forty-six-year-old police Officer Robert Penn was discharged Monday night. He was getting out of his car at his home when he was shot once in the right shoulder early Sunday morning. No arrests have been made in the shooting, but police have interviewed several possible witnesses.