Here's what's trending for March 30.

The Lehigh County Coroner's Office has identified the three-year-old boy shot to death Thursday afternoon. Elijah Borgen was shot around noon Thursday inside a home in the 900 block of East Hamilton Street in Allentown. Police have released very few details, other than to say their investigation continues.

A 47-year-old Carbon County man has died several weeks after being involved in a car crash. James Carroll, of Summit Hill, died Thursday afternoon at St. Luke's University Hospital-Bethlehem, 19 days after he lost control of his vehicle and struck a tree in Lansford. Police are still investigating that accident.

UGI Utilities plans to replace underground natural gas mains in parts of Allentown and Whitehall Township starting Monday. Work will take place from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, with the pipeline construction scheduled to end between May and July, depending on the job and weather. Eight streets in Allentown will be affected at some point, including Hamilton Boulevard between South Ott Street and College Drive. Four Whitehall Township streets will be worked on, including Fifth Street, between Grape and Summit streets.

Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom has announced opening dates for its new roller coaster, "Iron Menace." Iron Menace will be open to the public on four "Preseason Preview Days": Saturday, April 27, Sunday, April 28, Saturday, May, 4, and Sunday, May 5. Those are all before the park's Grand Opening on Friday, May 10. Iron Menace includes a 95-degree, 160-foot drop and four total inversions and Dorney Park says it will be the first-ever dive roller coaster to open in the Northeast.

Pennsylvania employers could soon get a tax credit if they make contributions to their employees' tuition savings account. A bill that passed the state House last week would allow employers to contribute up to $500 to an employee's tuition savings account annually. The resulting tax credit would be equal to 25 percent of the employer's total contributions. Sponsors say the legislation would help reduce the financial burden on students.

The Pennsylvania Game Commission says you should take care now to remove or move anything around your home that could attract bears. One of those precautions is bird feeders, which should be taken down to prevent bears from reaching for them. Trash cans, recycling and compost bins are also big draws for the creatures that are waking up hungry as they emerge from hibernating. The Game Commission advises moving trash collection bins indoors to areas such as a closed garage until the morning they're due to be picked up. They also recommend feeding pets inside so there aren't leftovers or a scent left behind.

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