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Pa. GOP senators refused to seat a Democrat and removed Lt. Gov. Fetterman from presiding

Fireworks erupt in Pa. Senate over refusal to seat a Democratic senator

Pa. Senate GOP refuses to seat Democrat Brewster, removes Lt. Gov. Fetterman from running session

‘Chaos on the floor’: Fetterman replaced as president as Pa. Senate erupts in arguments

Democrats decry ‘farce’ as Senate descends into chaos over swearing-in

GOP seizes control of Pa. Senate floor, blocks Brewster from being seated

Partisan feuding mars opening ceremonies in state Senate

In Pennsylvania state Senate fiasco, Republicans show how fast democracy can be eroded | Editorial

Pa. House passes rules ensuring remote participation in debates; masking remains an issue

Pa. House approves bipartisan rule tweaks as Senate rages

Pennsylvania House holds moment of silence for the late Mike Reese, who was to have been sworn in today for 7th term

Frustrated by the Pa. legislature? How obscure rules kill reforms and fuel partisan gridlock

Looking to boost minimum wage, Pa. Dems want to end preemption. That’s a heavy lift

Meet Pa.’s new General Assembly: A mother-son and father-daughter combo, 2 women floor leaders & more

Berks County legislators share their top priorities for a new session in Harrisburg

State Rep. Summer Lee tests positive for covid-19

State reps, senators sworn in

Lancaster County Rep. Bryan Cutler re-elected as Speaker of the Pennsylvania House

Two new Lehigh Valley members of Pennsylvania Legislature plan to help coronavirus-ravaged small businesses; top Republican says

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pa. lags nation in people tested per day, is nowhere near level needed to suppress the virus

Philadelphia could expand vaccinations as soon as February, but the number of incoming doses ‘is not enough,’ official warns

Officials: Fewer Pennsylvanians refusing to COVID quarantine

COVID-19 Update: Allegheny County passes 1,000 virus deaths

Allegheny County tops 1,000 coronavirus deaths

County adds more than 200 new COVID-19 cases

Westmoreland County adds 228 new coronavirus cases, 8 deaths

New COVID-19 cases rise again

11 more COVID deaths reported by the Berks County coroner; month already at 29

Lawyers for Brighton Rehab say federal law protects health care providers from lawsuits

Brighton Rehab claims it is immune from lawsuit in federal court filing

UPMC employees get 2nd dose of covid vaccine, describe ‘first step’ toward ending pandemic

COVID-19 experience will shape Generation Z’s future


Changing hands: Covestro buys former Bayer campus for $30.7 million

Macy’s to close 45 stores as a part of 3-year plan: report

Black and Hispanic workers feeling brunt of pandemic recession according to Philly Fed

Montgomery County restaurants eligible for coronavirus relief grants

Amazon not coming to former trailer site in Falls


Montgomery County illegally double-bills defendants for court costs, ACLU alleges in lawsuit

Teen dies at shooting scene in Wilkinsburg

State prison inmate in Centre County dies: officials

State College defends actions of police in fatal shooting of Black autistic man


Calls for Gateway school board member to resign come after racially charged text message

Scranton parents, teachers fear losing Bancroft ‘family’

Plans move forward for Milton Hershey School’s first early childhood education center

End the blame game

Wilkes University gets $30,000 for sexual violence prevention

Four local schools receive grants to combat sexual violence

Albright College awarded $30,000 state grant to combat sexual assault

WCU, LU, to get funding to combat sex assault on campus


Warnock makes history with Senate win as Dems near majority

Black voters fuel Warnock’s victory in Georgia Senate runoff

Republicans in Congress are about to object to Pennsylvania’s election results. Here’s what you need to know.

Congress set to certify Biden’s win amid ‘sound and fury’ from some GOP lawmakers

Eight Pennsylvania Republicans in Congress will join a push today to reverse Trump’s election loss

How Berks County’s congressional delegation plans to vote on Electoral College certification

Pence said to have told Trump he lacks power to change election result

Congress is about to formalize Biden’s win. Busloads of Pa. Trump supporters are heading to D.C. to protest.

Scavo leads busloads to capital to protest Biden election

‘Hear Us Roar’ rally attendees call for decertification of vote in Pa.

I weep for my country’: Electoral College vote challenge is a menace that could maul us | Maria Panaritis

Michael McGough: What’s the matter with Pennsylvania? Trumpism and blind partisanship

Noticias locales

Scranton council defends its cuts to mayor’s budget

Scranton aims to modernize City Hall internal processes

Reading mayor pledges thorough investigation of police interaction with residents during arrest recorded by bystander

Schuylkill commissioners outline priorities for 2021

State College extends coronavirus-related rules requiring masks, limiting gatherings

Allentown gets tough with Amazon, Uber and others, taxing them for the privilege of doing business in the city

Noticias nacionales

No charges will be filed against the Wisconsin police officer who shot Jacob Blake


How one Temple doctor is helping women in North Philadelphia fight heart disease

Organized anarchists? Homegrown rabble-rousers? Philly police say they aren’t sure what motivated vandals.

South Philly residents say their windows were smashed after complaining about a neighborhood bar owner

Philly police are asking for help in the brutal beating of an 83-year-old man in a home-invasion robbery

Trump’s mishandling of the pandemic is partly to blame for the death of Daphne Goggins and others | Jenice Armstrong


Law enforcement investigates Lawrenceville, Ross sites in wake of Penn Avenue explosion

Carnegie museums reopen, but others remain closed

Remembering the Pittsburgh-area restaurants that closed in 2020

Hamlet: Task force will examine disparities, biases in safety at Pittsburgh’s public schools

Pittsburgh Public Schools announces new equity task force, lays out plans for return to buildings

Allegheny County argues Crack’d Egg can’t hide from covid restrictions under bankruptcy filing

PWSA donates $250K to nonprofit as part of lead violation settlement

Noticias del Estado

Thornburgh’s steady hand

Rock-bottom rockfish numbers drag down Chesapeake Bay health score: Report


Major traffic improvements begin this week on Route 28 near Highland Park Bridge

Long-term traffic restriction set on Route 19 in Marshall for turnpike bridge project