Here's what's trending for November 8.


The New Jersey attorney general's office is investigating a police-involved shooting that left one man dead in Knowlton Township, Warren County over the weekend. A preliminary investigation shows state police were called to a motor vehicle incident on Starlite Hill Road near the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area around 1:30 Sunday morning. Two state troopers approached a vehicle with the front end in a ditch and tried communicating with the driver, who then fired a weapon inside the vehicle and shot a dog inside. Investigators said police then fired their weapons. The driver was taken to Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest, where he died about an hour later.

Two people are behind bars for allegedly being connected to a deadly Monroe County shooting. Tyrone Parson and Kellie Nelson were taken into custody over the weekend. Police say they shot and killed Jaheem Alston last month when his body was found in Middle Smithfield Township near Marshalls Creek.

A driver is recovering from serious injuries after the person lost control of their car and it flipped several times in Allentown. Police say it happened in the 1800 block of River Drive Sunday morning. Authorities have not released an update on the driver's condition or their name, nor have they said what led to the crash.

The recall of Tastykake products now includes packages of its Tastykake Krimpets Cakes sold in Pennsylvania. The company says the product is being recalled over possible contamination from tiny metal mesh fragments. All recalled items have sell-by dates between November 20th and December 8th and include Tastykake Butterscotch Krimpets, Tastykake Crème Filled Krimpets, and Tastykake Jelly Krimpets. If you have any of these items, you should discard them or return them to the point of purchase for a refund.

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is happy he became the first Democrat re-elected governor in New Jersey in more than 40 years. He does acknowledge it was an awfully tight race. "Thank God we put the programs in place we put in place. Because, had we not, we might have been swept away as well," Murphy told NBC's 'Meet the Press.'

The Eagles need to rebound after a last second loss to the Los Angeles Chargers Sunday. After the 27-24 loss, head coach Nick Sirianni said his team still must focus on the small picture. "We can't come in next week and get eight wins, which is how many games we have left. You gotta go 1-0 each week and the only way to do that is to grow every single day," Sirianni says. The Eagles fall to 3-6 with the loss. They visit Denver this Sunday afternoon.


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