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PA Repubs Miss Redistricting Deadline
February 9, 2018

Republican leaders in the Pennsylvania Legislature said Thursday they would not be able to meet a court-ordered deadline to hold a…

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Sunoco Pipeline Resumes Work After Fine
February 8, 2018

Pennsylvania regulators are fining Sunoco more than $12 million for problems with a massive natural gas pipeline project, but letting work…

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Spanier Hoping for Dropped Charges
February 7, 2018

Former Penn State president Graham Spanier hopes a Pennsylvania appeals court will agree that too much time had passed for him…

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Senator Eichelberger Town Hall
February 6, 2018

In preparation for the upcoming budget hearings, Senator John H. Eichelberger, Jr. (R-Blair) will discuss the proposed state spending plan at…

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PA Sunday Hunting Debate
February 5, 2018

The fight to legalize Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania is taking on a new form. And It’s not one everyone supports. The…

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PA Gov Candidates Fundraising
February 1, 2018

Republican gubernatorial candidates Paul Mango and Scott Wagner are donating heavily to their own campaigns, putting up millions of their own…

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PA High Court Revisits Soda Tax Issue
January 31, 2018

Pennsylvania’s highest court said it will hear an appeal in a lawsuit challenging Philadelphia’s year-old tax on soda and other sweetened…

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Police Looking at Phone Records in the Murder of Four
January 30, 2018

Police are focusing on phone records to try to piece together how a group of friends wound up at a Pennsylvania…

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PA & Maine Mayors Super Bowl Bet
January 26, 2018

A pair of football-crazy communities in Pennsylvania and Maine are looking to get a little bit more Bangor for their buck…

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PA U.S. Marshall Memorialized Today
January 25, 2018

Family members, friends and other mourners are preparing for a memorial service to honor a deputy U.S. marshal slain two weeks…

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