Weekly news quiz of July 22nd

PENNSYLVANIA (WHTM) — How much did you get on the news this week? Test your news knowledge with this week’s quiz!

Lancaster’s David Sinopoli was arrested on July 17 in connection with a 1975 murder that had remained unsolved until a recent DNA match. Lindy Sue Biechler was found dead in her home on December 5, 1975. Her cold case was solved when DNA was found, where is matching DNA on her clothes?

Last fiscal year, $155 million in tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike went unpaid. A spokesman for the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission said what percentage of turnpike drivers failed to pay their tolls?

The Pennsylvania Department of Education recently unveiled a teacher hiring and retention plan. The department says that 10 years ago about 20,000 new educators were joining the workforce each year, while last year how many were?

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In honor of an obscure holiday celebrated last week, the Pennsylvania Department of Treasury said more than $33 million in unclaimed property is owed by more than 200,000 Pennsylvanians with a certain type of name. What kind of names did the Treasury Department highlight this week? The Treasury Department says 1 in 10 Pennsylvanians are owed unclaimed property.

A house for sale in Berks County looks like a place a hobbit could live. What is remarkable about the house on Beagle Road?

https://www.abc27.com/news/icymi/test-your-knowledge-july-22-weekly-news-quiz/ Weekly news quiz of July 22nd

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