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Details on: Police Involved Shooting Update, Steak 'n Shake Fire, and Keith Urban Gets Help at Wawa

DA to announce decision in South Whitehall police-involved shooting - The Lehigh County district attorney has scheduled a press conference for an announcement about the fatal police-involved shooting near Dorney Park.  Jim Martin said he will announce a decision in regard to the shooting in South Whitehall Township on July 28, but he did not elaborate.  The family of Joseph Santos, who was shot and killed by police during the incident, announced a press conference with Make the Road PA at 2:30 p.m. following Martin's announcement.  Tune in to 69 News on air and online at 2pm for live coverage of the news conference.

Fire damages Steak 'n Shake in Fogelsville - A Lehigh County restaurant is closed Tuesday after a fire broke out overnight.  Crews were called around 1 a.m. Tuesday to the Steak 'n Shake on Main Street in Fogelsville, Upper Macungie Township.  Firefighters were on scene for about an hour and a half fighting the flames.  The Fogelsville Fire Company said the fire was in the kitchen and the building filled with smoke.  The restaurant said Steak 'n Shake will not be open Tuesday and may not reopen again until Friday.  Crews are cleaning up the damage.  No injuries were reported.  Fire crews are investigating what caused the fire.

Woman helps man short on cash, finds out he's Keith Urban - A New Jersey woman who thought she was helping a down-and-out man pay for his gas station food ended up footing the bill for country music star Keith Urban.  Ruth Reed says she met Urban at a Medford Wawa ahead of his concert Friday night in Camden.  Substitute teacher Reed says she had made a resolution to help Wawa customers and jumped at the chance when the man ahead of her was short a few dollars.  Reed says he thanked her and said his name was Keith. When she remarked that he looked like Keith Urban, he said he was.  Not believing him, Reed asked his body guard to confirm she was talking to the musician.  She says, "It was then I realized what an idiot I was."

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