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Pennsylvania redistricting: House Republicans propose first congressional map (

Renters in parts of Pa. shut out of rent relief as counties elsewhere sit on millions in unused aid (

Pa.’s school mask mandate fight reaches the state Supreme Court: Is it a ‘modified quarantine’ or illegal overreach? (

Pa. Supreme Court grapples with the legality of state school masking mandate | WITF

Proposed redrawing of Pennsylvania’s congressional map draws mixed reviews | WITF

Lawmakers to take first steps toward new congressional map | WITF

Doug Mastriano wants to stop giving raises to public officials | City & State PA (

Lehigh Valley doctor involved in ivermectin case as Pennsylvania lawmakers consider bill on controversial drug – The Morning Call (

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Vaccine protection v. omicron: Drop in effectiveness – WHYY

U.S. OKs new COVID-19 antibody drug for high-risk patients (

Pa. COVID hospitalizations, cases rising, still delta variant driven (

For the nonprofit sector, the pandemic offers lessons in resilience | Rebuilding Philly (

COVID surge: Pennsylvania hospital chain runs out of beds | WITF

COVID-19 cases spike even as US hits 200M vaccine milestone –

Packed hospitals in rural Pa. sound alarm over surging COVID-19 cases –

New study finds people who survive a COVID-19 hospitalization still more likely to die within a year –

Even without omicron, COVID-19 cases are still high in Allegheny County | 90.5 WESA

Pfizer says COVID booster offers protection against omicron | 90.5 WESA

‘Fully vaccinated’ definition doesn’t need to change, experts say |

COVID-19 cases continue to surge in and around Allegheny County | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Surge in COVID patients prompts St. Luke’s to restrict visitors again – The Morning Call (

Delaware County officials say COVID cases and severity increasing, reinforce need for vaccinations and mitigation measures (


U.S. businesses advertised near-record 11 million open jobs (

From glass bottles to botanicals, Pa. distillers spell out supply chain struggles | WITF

Is there a Christmas tree shortage? The answer depends on whom you ask –


Mumia Abu-Jamal arrested for killing Daniel Faulker 40 years ago – WHYY

Rohingya refugees sue Facebook for $150B, alleging role in violence (

Whitehall man who made online threats to government buildings sentenced to federal prison |


Philly school board announces members of superintendent search panel – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Penn State trustees to meet Thursday to elect next university president –

Police conduct searches at 4 Pittsburgh Public School buildings after online threat |

Pittsburgh Public Schools board may consider property tax increase | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Hazleton Area secondary schools settle after stabbing affects attendance | Education |

Kutztown School Board adopts controversial equity policy (


Dr. Oz’s Pa. Senate race could be skewed by his doctor brand | The Grammarian (

Big donor in high court race eyeing candidates for governor in Pennsylvania | WITF

Republicans say voter ID will increase voters’ trust in elections; researchers say otherwise – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

A new poll finds major warning signs for Biden and fellow Democrats | 90.5 WESA

Medio ambiente

Opinion: Why environmental justice matters in Philly right now – WHYY


Hurricane Ida destroyed affordable Pa. rental units, so many families are still living in hotels (

New federal infrastructure funds would go toward helping Pa. communities with poor internet access | WITF

PennDOT proposes new design for Parkway West interchange with Route 22 in Robinson | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Federal infrastructure money won’t help repair Erie County’s aging bridges (


We need to embrace a public health mantra: ‘none of us, unless all of us’ | Expert Opinion (

Philadelphia HIV detection and treatment dropped because of COVID-19 (

What should happen if abortion returns to the states? An expert explains | Thursday Morning Coffee – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Preventing veteran suicide this holiday starts with a caring message – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

The U.S. is facing a youth mental health crisis. (

Noticias del Estado

Sharply split State Employees Retirement System board defeats effort to cancel Gov. Wolf’s vaccination bonus for some staff –

With snow predicted this week, will PennDOT be able to clear the roads with limited staff? |

Pennsylvania’s child care crisis demands lasting solutions (

Christian Yingling leads next generation of militia in Pennsylvania (

Noticias nacionales

Explainer: What caused Amazon’s outage? Will there be more? (

California plans to be abortion sanctuary if Roe overturned (

Father, son arrested on suspicion of starting massive California wildfire –

Woman pulled from vehicle in Niagara Falls rapids is dead, police say –

Months after frantic evacuation, Afghans wait and worry at US military bases –

North Carolina delays 2022 primaries to give redistricting challenges more time | 90.5 WESA

Noticias locales

This W.Pa diaper bank needs your help | Helping the Helpers – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Student-run Project Market reopens to public at Milton Hershey School –

I-83 and Paxton Street reopen after construction equipment accident shuts down lanes –

Toy Store provides Christmas cheer for hundreds of Dauphin County Social Services clients –

Mullery bill would eliminate automatic pay raises for elected officials | Times Leader

Luzerne County Council rejects proposed cut of new IT staffers | Times Leader

FEMA deadline is extended for Northampton, Bucks, other counties in the wake of Ida – The Morning Call (

Construction to begin next week on $21 million library in Kennett Square – Daily Local

State grants aid local history preservation (


Pgh Mayor-elect Ed Gainey puts controversial transit project on hold – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Nonprofits recognized for helping Pittsburghers through the pandemic | 90.5 WESA

Allegheny County health director: ‘I don’t expect the situation to improve soon’ |

Meet Pittsburgh’s unofficial Santa Claus |

After a year away, sugar plums back at Benedum Center for PBT’s ‘Nutcracker’ | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Philly Council committee votes to extend eviction diversion – WHYY

Philly Police Commissioner Outlaw squashes resignation rumors – WHYY

Hilco open to community benefits agreement at PES refinery site – WHYY

11 Things To Do This Week in Philly / South Jersey / Del. – WHYY

‘Mad or nah?’: Philly residents on broken streetlights – WHYY

Philadelphia police officials say they’re working to address violent crime – WHYY

SEPTA police to work overtime as crime increases – WHYY

Mayor Kenney acknowledges Philadelphia has ‘a gun crisis’ but sidesteps questions about DA Larry Krasner’s crime comments (

Here’s a way, born in Northeast Philadelphia, to fight catalytic converter thieves (


Senate votes to block Biden’s vaccine-or-test mandate – WHYY

Canada joins U.S. and allies in Beijing Olympics boycott (

Can Biden and NATO prevent Putin from invading Ukraine? Summit puts it to the test. | Trudy Rubin (

Capitol Hill Republicans slam treatment of accused Jan. 6 insurrectionists held at D.C. jail – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Taxpayers subsidizing local news: A scam, a way to kill free press, or a lifeline? | John Baer –

Supreme Court friendly to religion takes up private school fees | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Meadows sues as Jan. 6 panel proceeds with contempt case | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Biden to pay tribute to ‘American giant’ Bob Dole at Capitol | News |

Biden to decry democracy ‘recession’ at White House summit | News |