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Fancy car auction; huge jackpot; enhanced concerts: Good Morning, Pennsylvania

Fancy car auction;  huge jackpot;  enhanced concerts: Good Morning, Pennsylvania

What you need to know today, Monday 25 July 2022

High: 88; Low: 73. Thunderstorms.

Chef Travis Lukenich of Stocks on Second in Harrisburg, home of a slow-roasted brisket that ranks among the region’s Best Eats. (Photo by Sean Simmers, PennLive.com)

Concert venue: Two years ago, Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course was caught in the throes of the pandemic. Now the open-air concert hall is starting to reach its full potential, starting with Saturday’s concert featuring ZZ Top.

Car auction: In major cities such as Chicago and Dallas, thousands of rare and classic vehicles are auctioned by Mecum Auction. It will also do this at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex. Why Harrisburg?

Lottery Jackpot: The top prize of the Mega Millions lottery game is at least $790 million, which would be the fourth largest jackpot in the country. The drawing is tomorrow.

Weapons in schools: School workers licensed to carry a firearm would be allowed to carry a gun at work under legislation introduced by Republican governor hopeful Doug Mastriano, a state senator.

Houses crumble: Three homes were damaged in a partial collapse of Camp Hill townhomes. The Red Cross helped at least nine residents.

Bus accident: State police said they will not press charges against the driver of a bus that crashed along I-81 in September, injuring several dozen people returning from a church trip. The driver had a medical emergency, police said.

Vince McMahon

WWE President and Chief Executive Officer Vince McMahon is pictured at the Connecticut Republican Convention in Hartford, Conn., May 21, 2010. In a brief statement from the company on Friday, July 22, 2022, McMahon said he will retire as WWE President and DIRECTOR. He noted that he remains the majority shareholder. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, File)AP

Retired: World Wrestling Entertainment’s Vince McMahon, 77, has announced he is retiring amid an investigation. He has paid more than $12 million to women over the past 16 years to quell allegations of sexual misconduct and infidelity.

Charity: Harrisburg and Penn State football alumnus Micah Parsons helped distribute pizza to those in need in Texas, where he plays for the Dallas Cowboys.