New A.G.s Continue Looking into Clergy Abuse
January 18, 2019

Newly inaugurated state attorneys general say they plan to continue investigations of clergy abuse in the Roman Catholic church as thousands…

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PA Casinos Report Another Record Breaking Year
January 17, 2019

Pennsylvania’s commercial casinos reached another record high in revenue in 2018. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board said revenue at the state’s…

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Penn State Researches Speed Limits
January 16, 2019

When the speed limit is lowered in an area, it’s usually in an effort to improve safety. Reducing the speed limit…

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Wolf’s Second Term Kicked-Off Today
January 15, 2019

A second term kicks off Tuesday for Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, a battle-tested and perhaps more pragmatic politician who overcame tough…

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PA Elder Abuse
January 9, 2019

A Pennsylvania state watchdog agency is criticizing how county-level agencies investigate thousands of complaints they receive about elder abuse and how…

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Gov. Wolf and Climate Change
January 8, 2019

Gov. Tom Wolf is stepping up the fight against climate change and setting targets to slash Pennsylvania’s greenhouse gas emissions over…

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PA Voters to Help Fill Senate Vacancy
January 7, 2019

Voters in Pennsylvania will fill a vacancy in the state Senate in a special election on April 2. The office of…

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Gov. Wolf Get Help From Some Friends
January 4, 2019

Governor Tom Wolf is turning to a band with roots in Philadelphia to perform at his second inauguration later this month….

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Penn State Wants Happy Valley Trademark
January 3, 2019

It’s sometimes called State College and sometimes University Park, but Penn State wants to ensure it holds the trademark when it’s…

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PA Natural Gas Companies on the Hook for Millions More
January 3, 2019

Natural gas companies are expected to be on the hook for millions of dollars in unpaid state “impact fees” after a…

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