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Elections officials from Lehigh County, elsewhere tell lawmakers of problems with Pennsylvania’s aging electronic voter system

Local legislators join call for restoring Pa. child care funding

‘Upskirt’ felony bill moves through Pa. House Judiciary Committee

Emergency power belongs with governor

Stand in support of fair and independent judges | PennLive letters

Tony Norman: Welcome to Trumpsylvania (formerly Pennsyltucky)

WITF is connecting these lawmakers to their actions on the election-fraud lie. Here’s why

New state board kicks off ‘nuts and bolts’ review of Pa.’s election laws

Toohil urges health department to remove Kadima nursing home residents

Former Rep. Frank Dermody’s soft landing places him in $145K state government post

Frank Dermody lost state House election but lands $145,000/year gambling board job

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Could a centralized vaccine sign-up ease Pa.’s rollout pains? Here’s the answer.

Is your hospital going to give COVID-19 vaccine to patients? Look for your hospital here.

Private COVID-19 testing company sets up shop in Lackawanna County

PA sees increased daily COVID-19 case count due to backlog

Reliance on technology for COVID vaccine appointments poses challenges for some

Wind Creek Event Center in Bethlehem to serve as COVID-19 vaccination site

COVID-19 update: Allegheny County reports 135 deaths, blames state backlog

County’s COVID-19 daily case count tops 100

Long-term COVID-19 case trends looking better for state, region

Grieving during a pandemic: Denied chance to have funeral after daughter’s death, mother finds strength in meeting other bereaved parents


Wolf focuses on economic comeback, bipartisan progress, transparency in ’21 agenda

Minimum wage, marijuana and pandemic recovery among Gov. Wolf’s not-so-new lawmaking priorities

Weed, ethics and a natural gas tax: Gov. Tom Wolf’s 2021 plan for Pennsylvania, explained

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman sees marijuana, LGBTQ flags removed from Capitol office


Controversial trading app Robinhood takes center stage in GameStop saga

GameStop staff making $11 an hour find day traders tone-deaf

General Motors to eliminate gasoline and diesel cars and SUVs by 2035

GM hopes to eliminate gas vehicles, have all-electric portfolio by 2040

Lawsuit: Subway’s tuna is not actually tuna, but a ‘mixture of various concoctions’

ATI reports $1.12B loss in last 3 months of 2020; advances layoff, cost-cutting plans

Frack check: Debunking natural gas pipeline claims made in a recent Energy Transfer commercial


2 dead, 3 injured in shooting outside Club Erotica in McKees Rocks

Feds move to forfeit nearly $600k seized in Mercer traffic stop

Prison guards, inmates lack vaccine access as COVID-19 rages at SCI Forest


Reading School District explains how students will return to classrooms

Sem chided over alleged racist symbol

Southmoreland School District investigating teacher in connection with racist post

Plan in works to save sports programs at Pa. state universities being merged


Biden opens ‘Obamacare’ window for uninsured as COVID-19 rages

Noticias locales

Shelters continue serving homeless as pandemic, winter weather rages

New sexual abuse lawsuit filed against Diocese of Scranton

1 dead after fire at Kittanning apartment building

Black America: A reality check | Opinion

Municipal taxes increased in 14 Luzerne County municipalities this year

Luzerne County Election Inquiry Committee focuses on dead voters

Shouting match mars Wilkes-Barre City Council meeting

90 Luzerne County residents volunteer to provide elderly vaccine transport

Keystone Mission holds first 2021 food distribution

Noticias nacionales

What U.S. can learn from Germany’s response to far-right infiltration of its military | Trudy Rubin

Gun-toting West Virginia man with 20 rounds of ammo arrested near the Capitol building


We demand answers,’ Council members say as Philly Fighting COVID CEO admits taking vaccine dose

Most Philly kids off track on reading; school board grills Hite

Philly police commissioner defends department’s response to protests following critical report and says she won’t resign

Philly will consider establishing a public bank in an effort to boost Black-owned businesses

Philadelphia International Airport CEO looks for more pandemic funds on Capitol Hill

Philadelphia urged to use vacant land to curb shortages of affordable housing and food

This Philadelphia filmmaker produced a love letter to her brother, shot and killed in June | Helen Ubiñas

Renee Chenault Fattah: CBS3 exec’s comments about Ukee Washington don’t surprise me | Opinion

A sneak peek at the new documentary on Philly DA Larry Krasner: ‘We’re here because we’re different’


Pittsburgh leaders encouraged by Biden memo to correct Black housing inequities

Allegheny Conference charts recovery after pandemic year, announces first female chair

Crack’d Egg owner plans to continue ignoring COVID-19 rules

Crack’d Egg restaurant owner tells judge she will never require masks

New hydroelectric facility on Ohio River to power county government operations

Allegheny County inks 35-year deal to use hydropower generated in Emsworth for government buildings

PBS Kids, Fred Rogers Productions making ‘Alma’s Way’

Stamp honoring August Wilson will be dedicated today through virtual ceremony

St. Patrick ran the snakes out of Ireland but can’t march coronavirus out of Pittsburgh

No permit granted for 2021 Pittsburgh Marathon, P3R says — but virtual option is offered

Fastest bird alive and owls caught by wildlife specialists at Pittsburgh International Airport

Pitt sues former wrestling coach, claims he manufactured discrimination lawsuit

Noticias del Estado

Pain of natural gas price drop spreads to Pa. agencies, communities

Shale advocate David Spigelmyer leaving the Marcellus Shale Coalition

Boosting confidence in the state police

One-stop shopping: There’s now one website to buy hunting, fishing and boating licenses

I’m leaving as Pa.’s victim advocate, but the work never ends | Jennifer Storm

One more smooth hand-off in Pa. politics | Opinion


Flip in control of U.S. Senate may give both of Pa.’s members more clout, in different ways