Here's what's trending for February 10.

Lehigh Valley police officers will set up sobriety checkpoints and DUI patrols this Super Bowl weekend. The sobriety checkpoints will have police setting up roadblocks, stopping all vehicles and testing people who appear to be driving while intoxicated. Roving patrols will have officers watch for motorists who appear to be driving under the influence. There were 46 drunk driving crashes statewide last year between Super Bowl Sunday and 6 a.m. the following day, and 348 additional crashes statewide.

A Bethlehem pizza shop has been damaged by a Thursday fire. It was reported around 6:30 Thursday morning at Paranormal Pizza, in the 500 block of N. New Street. The inside of the vegan pizza shop appears damaged, but the extent is not yet clear. No word yet on what may have caused the fire.

Tuesday is Valentine's Day. Bethlehem marriage counselor says the day should and does matter to couples whether their relationship is strong or not. "It's a good excuse to get a card, to get a gift, to go out to dinner. So if you look at it as an opportunity, I think couples can really use it to their advantage to connect," Kelly says.

With a slim majority in the Pennsylvania House, the Democrats are now in charge for the first time in more than a decade. What does that means for Speaker Mark Rozzi? A key Democrat is noncommittal. "Stay tuned. We stick together. We work together. We make decisions together for best of the caucus and for the best of the commonwealth," says St. Rep. Matt Bradford, the Democratic House Appropriations Chairman.

An unexploded ordnance shell was found at the Gettysburg National Military Park on Wednesday. The shell was found within the Little Round Top rehabilitation area and dates from the Battle of Gettysburg in July 1863. The shell was carefully removed before it was destroyed off-site.

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