Here's what's trending for January 23.

More than $40 million in federal dollars is coming to support a project at the Lehigh Valley International Airport. LVIA is getting $40.7 million from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which will be used to build a new cross dock facility, a direct truck-to-aircraft loading apron and make road and intersection improvements which will make daily operations and moving freight a smoother process.

Longtime Northampton County State Representative Bob Freeman is running for re-election. The Democrat has been in the House since 1999 and also served from 1983-1994.

Two people were hurt in a serious crash on Route 222 in Lehigh County late Monday morning. A BMW and a tractor-trailer crashed shortly before 11 a.m. at the intersection of Route 222 and Kressler Road, near I-78, in Lower Macungie Township. Two people in the BMW were taken to the hospital. The passenger has serious injuries. Police have not yet said what may have led to the crash.

A borough in Carbon County is under a boil water advisory after a water main break. The break happened yesterday morning between 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. in the New Columbus area in Nesquehoning. The boil water advisory will remain in place for several days while the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection tests samples. Crews are working to repair the break.

U.S. Senator Bob Casey visited the Allentown Police Department Monday to tout his Stop Fentanyl at the Border Act. Casey says it's a huge issue. "It's a grave issue for so many families across our state," the Democrat said. His proposal would increase staffing and technology to detect and stop the drugs smuggled through the southern border. Casey hopes to have a vote on the bill within the next two weeks.

Donald Trump will speak at gun owners' rally in Harrisburg next month. The former president is scheduled to speak to NRA members at their Great American Outdoor Show. The event is set for Friday, February 9th at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex. The NRA says 200-thousand people attended the outdoor show last year.

State tax analysts say depleted revenues and rising costs could derail New Jersey's tax cut program for seniors before a single payment can be made. The financial situation could drag down the state's $8.1 billion surplus below a level that would force a pause in the property tax relief program. Revenues from New Jersey's major taxes were down by more than a half-billion dollars in the first six months of the fiscal year. But state treasury officials say income tax collections could still see a rebound when updated revenue forecasts are released this spring.

A new survey says New Jersey loves its dogs. In fact, it loves its dogs more than nearly every other state. The survey comes from Forbes Advisor, which looked at what states have the most responsible dog owners. New Jersey ranks ninth nationwide. The survey reports 91 percent of dog owners in the Garden State are up-to-date with their dogs' vaccinations, while 63 percent trim their dog's nails at least once a month. Still another 39 percent of those surveyed brush their dog's teeth at least once a week.

Former Lehigh Valley Ironpigs and Philadelphia Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg has announced he has metastatic prostate cancer. Sandberg announced on social media that he has begun treatment. The 64-year-old was a 10-time All-Star during 15 seasons played with Chicago from 1982-to-1997. Sandberg totaled 282 home runs and 1,061 RBI during his career and was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2005. Following his retirement, Sandberg served as manager of the in 2011 and 2012 and with the Phillies from 2013-to-2015.

Mark your calendar because single game tickets for the Phillies are about to go on sale. Your chance to snag the tickets will be Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. The Phillies will host the Atlanta Braves on March 28 in their home opener.

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