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Wolf orders flags lowered in honor of Paris attacks victims

The Associated Press

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Gov. Tom Wolf is ordering that Pennsylvania and U.S. flags on state facilities be lowered to half-staff for the victims of Friday night’s terror attacks in Paris.

Wolf also said Monday that the front facade of the Capitol building is being lit up at night with the red, white and blue tricolor stripes of France’s national flag. The flags will remain at half-staff until sunset Thursday.

Gov. Tom Wolf.

Wolf also says the Pennsylvania State Police are taking extra security measures, including Sunday’s Steelers and Eagles games.