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Game time: SEA group to attract Pittsburgh sporting events — super ones and small ones

House committee hearing examines problems facing the Pennsylvania unemployment compensation system

It’s time for Pa. lawmakers to stop punishing working mothers and their babies | Opinion

PIAA tells Gov. Wolf not holding Pennsylvania fall sports won’t eliminate youth coronavirus risk, it will just shift it elsewhere–20200812-k54fngjnxndzncwd4a5vuss7uq-story.html

Pa. Lawmaker: It’s not government’s responsibility to ‘try to keep us safe’

Coronavirus - COVID-19

State AG confirms Brighton Rehab part of criminal investigation

Inside some Pennsylvania rehabs, ‘it’s like COVID doesn’t exist’

Pennsylvania reports 849 new coronavirus cases, 33 deaths

COVID-19 Update: Allegheny County reports 70 new cases, 13 more deaths

Allegheny County reports 13 new coronavirus deaths

Westmoreland County adds 18 new coronavirus cases

No new COVID-19 deaths, but Luzerne cases spike again

39 more coronavirus cases for Berks County in state reporting

Pitt-UPMC study: Repeat COVID-19 testing largely confirm initial results

Pa. Health Department warns of contact-tracing scams

Coronavirus infection may be common in maternity health professionals, study finds


COVID-19 in Pa.: Wolf to issue steps to reduce health disparities, fight racism


Lehigh Valley meet-and-greet planned to lift Black-owned businesses and build community


Over 100 people have tested positive for COVID-19 at Fayette County Prison, official says

Pedri: Female dies at Luzerne County Prison

Female inmate dies at LCCF on Wednesday

Pressure for answers in Luzerne County prison death

NAACP asks AG Shapiro to investigate Mackey death

Quarantined Lackawanna County Prison inmates, employees test negative for COVID-19

Montgomery County officials report new coronavirus cases at county jail


Penn Hills School District officials approve reopening plan, push back start of school to next month

Penn Hills School District hires company with ties to its solicitor to do health screenings

Valley West, Crestwood go virtual to start year

School bus services in Berks figure out best ways to keep schoolchildren safe

Allegheny County Health Director backs Gov. Wolf’s recommendation to postpone sports

Students moving back to Seton Hill University for face-to-face classes

Pa. state university system looking to dispose of its headquarters


‘I am ready to get to work’: Kamala Harris campaigns with Joe Biden for the first time

Postal Service needs money for mail-in voting. ‘They can’t do it, I guess,’ Trump says.

Pa. House candidate Manny Guzman Jr. under fire for controversial tweets

Berks State House candidate and Biden campaign surrogate apologizes for past tweets

Will Gov. Tom Wolf’s coronavirus rules push Pa. voters to Trump? | John Baer

Noticias locales

Lackawanna County loses arbitration, must reclassify 13 deputy sheriffs as full-time employees

Lackawanna County Court preps for resumption of trials

Cognetti taps ethics board chairwoman Mary Jo Sheridan as next city treasurer

Allentown City Council vows to further debate police oversight, funding measures; Zucal says officers are demoralized

Allentown City Council approves settlement deal with Lehigh County Authority over water-sewer lease disputes

Wilkes-Barre racial profiling ordinance on hold

Sewage treatment plant in Avonmore to get $3.3 million upgrade

WBPD officers settle retaliation suit, details confidential

Mayor’s moves on Upper Darby police draw fire from GOP, FOP

Noticias nacionales

New rules to reduce methane controls will be announced by EPA on Thursday


As shootings climb, Philly City Council asks: Where is the urgency?

A judge let a terminally ill killer from Philly leave prison to die at home. The victim’s daughter calls it a miscarriage of justice.

A $10 million pledge to get more Philly Black, Latinx people, women in STEM careers

Children of Philadelphia, we adults have abandoned you | Helen Ubiñas


Allegheny County Judge Tranquilli charged with judicial misconduct

A quarter of Pennsylvania renters can’t pay rent

Allegheny County officials urge vigilance as some schools prepare to reopen

2 more Port Authority employees test positive for coronavirus

Noticias del Estado

Hayley Book, the state’s lead in joining a regional carbon reduction program, is nominated to the Public Utility Commission

Western Pa. leaders working to exceed census response rates from 2010

Reading struggling to get desired response level for the 2020 Census

To create jobs and protect public lands, Pa. needs a conservation corps | Opinion

Free-speech advocate challenges new state anti-bias rule


What is the most common cause of crashes in the Lehigh Valley? Speed