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Monday, Jan. 14 budget

Here’s a look at our news budget at this hour for tomorrow’s paper. It also reflects much of what you’ll see on our website during the day.

Our budgets can and often will change a lot between now and tonight: Some stories will change as new information comes in, some stories will be added to the budget and others will be taken off.

What questions do you have about stories we’re working on, or about the budget form itself? Do you know of something we should be covering that you don’t see on the budget? Let us know by commenting here.


LEDE: SCOUT1114 — 16 — New ranking called Neighborhood Scout ranks York as the 18th most violent city. We can’t verify the numbers, and police are saying it’s not true. FBI says not to compare cities like this report does (LeFever) FILED
Breakouts: 1
Online pieces: Posted 5 pm

MAIN ART: SLUG: BRIDAL0114 — 15 — Winter Wonderland Bridal Show – two angles: are there any gay couples planning? Or an alt-form on the top most surprising things a newly-engaged person needs to plan for (McLane)
Art: New, Paul shooting
Breakouts: possible
Online pieces: Posted at 8 p.m., Twitter, Facebook

SLUG: SLEEP0114 — 10 — The FDA has required sleeping medication manufacturers to lower their doses. It is to be cut in half for women, which process the drug more slowly. It is recommended, but not required, for men. Will talk to locals who take sleeping meds for their opinion and whether they will talk to their doctors. Talking to primary care doc about why they prescribe the meds and what the change might mean in their practice. (Reighart)
Breakouts: how many
Online pieces: Posted at 7 p.m., Twitter, Facebook

Best of wire


SLUG: DTOWN0114 — 8 — Dallastown reluctantly approves Chartwells for food services again (McCune) FILED
Online pieces: Posted overnight

MAIN ART: SLUG: MLK0114 — 12 — It’s the 2013 MLK America’s Sunday Supper: Where do we go from here? Dinner and talk of the current state of our youth (Blymire)
Art: New, Jeff shooting
Online pieces: Posted at 8 p.m., Twitter, Facebook

SLUG: MUN0114 — 11 — Ahead of the May municipal primary, officials are organizing information sessions for people interested in serving in local government. (Mahon) EDITED
Breakouts: two
Online pieces: Posted already

SLUG: HACCVP0110– 17, can trim — HACC students react to the recent arraignment of the school’s vice president, Nancy Rockey, who was charged with theft by unlawful taking of $228,000 from HACC using a credit card as early as 2007. Man-on-the-street piece at HACC’s York campus, with a comment from administration. (walters) EDITED



SUN SLOT: Elijah
LDN SLOT: Travis
CLERK: Andrea



—- Centerpiece: NFL playoffs: Houston at New England, 4:30 p.m. (Wire)

—- Best folo on the Baltimore Ravens. (Wire)

—- Frank Bodani’s Monday column will be Penn State-centric.

—- Editor’s Choice: Doesn’t have to be the other NFL game.


—- NFL playoffs: Seattle at Atlanta, 1 p.m. (Wire)

—- AX0114: Two CPIHL games. (Staff)

—- Two deer BSCUTs for Scoreboard

—- Optional: Can run either Dave Wolf or Bob Marchio from the Sunday papers, if appropriate.

—- Hershey Bears host Connecticut, 5 p.m. (LDN)

—- Roundups: College hoops, NBA, Golf, Etc.

MAIN ART: Live coverage of the Golden Globes

SLUG: MIK0113 — Argento column