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Jury Selection in State Trooper Shooting
June 25, 2018

Jury selection began today in the trial of a man accused of opening fire on two state troopers in eastern Pennsylvania…

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PA Budget Vote
June 22, 2018

A final vote is approaching for the main appropriations bill in a $32.7 billion spending package for Pennsylvania’s approaching fiscal year….

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PA High Court Puts Hold on Roman Catholic Priest Cases
June 21, 2018

Pennsylvania’s highest court on Wednesday held up the release of a grand jury report into the handling of sexual abuse claims…

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PA Spending Package Up for Vote
June 20, 2018

Key elements of a $32.7 billion spending package for Pennsylvania’s approaching fiscal year are heading toward a state House vote. The…

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PA State Troopers Body Cam Program
June 19, 2018

The Pennsylvania State Police says troopers are now wearing body cameras in a pilot program that’s to last through the end…

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FORMER PA GOV DIAGNOSED WITH PARKINSON’S
June 18, 2018

Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell said today that he was diagnosed 3½ years ago with Parkinson’s disease. The 74-year-old Rendell made…

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PA Pipeline Work Resumes
June 15, 2018

Pennsylvania utility regulators voted Thursday to let a pipeline resume transporting liquid fuels in the Philadelphia suburbs, reversing an administrative law…

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PA Jobless Rate
June 15, 2018

Pennsylvania saw its biggest one-month drop in the unemployment rate in four years and a new post-recession low, although payrolls remained…

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Gov Wolf Wants to Change State Licensing Rules
June 14, 2018

Governor Tom Wolf wants to stop mandating professional licenses for 13 types of jobs, calling current regulations a barrier to employment….

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GOP Muscles Through Redistricting Provisions
June 13, 2018

Republicans in the Pennsylvania Senate on Tuesday moved to capitalize on the political momentum behind adopting a less partisan redistricting system…

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