Here is the latest Pennsylvania news from The Associated Press

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Work continues to restore electricity to more than 19,000 homes and businesses that lost power five days ago in an ice storm. The repair work comes even as the state got a layer of new snow from a fast-moving storm. Most of the state saw at least 3 inches while some areas in Somerset County saw more than six.

GRANVILLE, Ohio (AP) — A college student from Erie who was the subject of an intensive search in Ohio over the weekend apparently died of hypothermia after falling asleep outside. The Columbus Dispatch reports David Hallman III was last seen alive leaving a restaurant. His body was found outside a garage in a nearby condo complex.

ERIE, Pa. (AP) — Authorities have identified a grandfather and two boys who died in a weekend house fire. The Erie Times-News reports John Amacher and Jacob and Aidan Waldinger all died in the fire but toxicology tests are being done to confirm the cause of death.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Pennsylvania school districts are cutting short their spring breaks and tacking on make-up days elsewhere as they work to deal with the class time lost to winter storms this winter. Philadelphia is adding at least three days to its calendar. Some high school seniors are also concerned their graduation could be pushed back because of the days they'll have to make up.