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Philadelphia is among the cities that saw the highest increases in homicide rates in the country. Meanwhile, the state Senate has approved a bill that would require high school students to take personal finance classes. Pittsburgh International Airport is now offering a “driverless” shuttle service. Plus, one city is rattier than it was before.

Those are the stories we cover in the latest episode of “Today in Pa.,” a daily weekday podcast from PennLive.com and hosted by Claudia Dimuro. “Today in Pa.” is dedicated to sharing the most important and interesting stories pertaining to Pennsylvania that lets you know, indeed, what’s happening today in Pa.

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