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Bipartisan pair looks to take Clean Slate a step further

Sen. Muth joins Philly DA to advocate against death penalty

Pending Pa. bill could curb opioid treatment drug

Chris Long and Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins help Clean Slate Act become law


Wolf’s ‘dream for a better Pa.’: fairer distribution of money to schools, reforms to charter schools


How much money in the 2019-20 Pa. state budget is heading to your school district?


What small businesses can do to survive a minimum wage increase

The Video Store, a holdout from the days before digital, is leaving Bucks County

Firm wants to open marijuana testing lab in Trafford — Western Pa.’s first


Police: Deceased suspect in Penn Hills murder had history of robbery charges, planned to ‘lure’ victim for theft

Robert Wideman begins new life in Pittsburgh halfway house after 44 years in prison

Cumru Township woman arrested with help of license plate reader months after hit-and-run accident

Pa. death penalty appeal pits prosecutors on both sides of argument


No more snow days for some Pa. kids? Some parents say: Not so fast.

Tamaqua school board takes controversial policy to arm teachers back to the drawing board

Kiski Area East Primary School lands $26,700 fresh fruits and vegetables grant


Citing election security, advocates seek to force Pa. to reexamine new voting machines

Gilbert condemns relaunch of ‘Women for Trump’

Noticias locales

Luzerne County August free-and-clear tax auction postponed

Luzerne County updates school districts on real estate bill mailing date

Wilkes-Barre city council demands removal of KKK brick from Public Square

W-B Councilman Brooks calls for brick’s removal

Wilkes-Barre Parking Authority shows profit for first half of year

W-B fire chief: July 4 was ‘war zone’

Flood authority to look into Northeast Revenue allegations

LCTA to seize Murray Complex via eminent domain for new HQ

Invenergy, local officials cap power plant construction project

KELLY’S WORLD: For Ken Bond ‘we’ means ‘he,’ 100%

Free lunches for children offered throughout Scranton

Scranton artist’s legacy will live on through statues in the city

Crews repair massive sinkhole near Route 30 at Hempfield/Greensburg border

3 rescues in 1 day on Kiski River sets record for Leechburg fire company

Reading mayor calls off ceremony to raise LGBTQ flag at City Hall

Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman calls on Reading Mayor Wally Scott to raise the pride flag over City Hall

Complaint filed with Reading’s human relations commission after pride flag flap

Berks County commissioner supports ending contract with ICE for Berks County Residential Center

Earl Township appointee resigns over controversial Facebook post about pregnant woman and her son who drowned

Lonnie Walker IV will hold a free basketball camp for 300 kids at Reading High’s Geigle Complex

Reading Area Water Authority votes to seek bids to repair exposed water main

Blair considers adding 29 employees

Nonunion Beaver County employees to get 3 percent raise

Aqua enters takeover talks with DELCORA

Protesters urge PECO to invest in solar energy

Noticias nacionales

John Paul Stevens, who was the Supreme Court’s leading liberal justice, dies at 99

Crisis de los opiáceos

Federal data shows opioid shipments ballooned as crisis grew


Philly had to finalize 2020 property values in March. So why did 30,000 taxpayers just receive new assessments?

These Philly pilots fly dogs across the East Coast to save their lives. For free.

Hahnemann announces timeline for shutdown; ER closes entirely Aug. 16

Philly budget plan OK’d despite concerns about next recession, OT spending

To brag or bemoan? How differing definitions of gentrification are their own problem.

Bank with 25 branches in Philly area may have lost $90 million as a result of a customer overdraft

Philly Mayor Kenney suggests that if President Trump ‘goes back where he came from,’ the decor will be flames and brimstone

A Philadelphia university says it’s offering ‘first MBA’ for the cannabis industry

DA Krasner wants Pa. Supreme Court to strike down state’s death penalty and declare it unconstitutional

Philly must stand strong against detaining immigrant youth | Opinion

Philly pilots program to pay for some detained immigrants’ legal defense

‘Sanctuary city’ of Philadelphia joins program to provide migrants with lawyers — a key to who stays or gets deported


City Council questions idea of raising taxes to fix up city parks

Resounding support in City Council chambers for Lawrenceville affordable housing measure

James Conner says doctors gave him ‘about a week’ if cancer went untreated

Pittsburgh Cultural Trust alarmed at ‘declining level of public safety’ Downtown

No way to run hospitals: VA supply shortages threaten veterans’ care

Girl, 15, shot in stomach in Hill District

Longtime county Elections Manager Mark Wolosik dies at 65, one year after retiring

Pittsburgh’s black population accounts for majority of arrests, report says

Noticias del Estado

15-year-old who died from fall at wildnerness camp identified as Norwin High School student

Women for Trump is a new army in a country divided by anger. And Pa. is primed for battle. | Maria Panaritis

Three Mile Island’s 60-year shutdown: ‘More akin to a marathon than a sprint’

‘All hands on deck’: Pennsylvania ramps up battle against the spotted lanternfly

Pittsburgh draws the most bottles of rare spirits in liquor lottery

Pa. cat has leg amputated after someone strapped firecrackers to its paw

Challenges facing rural Pennsylvanians

Remembering the Montoursville high school victims of TWA Flight 800 in 1996

Even with payments, Lehigh Valley farmers losing patience with tariffs


An even dozen: Pennsylvania Turnpike tolls to rise 12th straight year, this time by 6% in January

Turnpike commission hikes tolls for 12th straight year — and will until 2044

Pennsylvania Turnpike to add interchange between Monroeville and Irwin

Penn Township could get turnpike ramp on Route 130 following commission’s approval

PennDOT to clean drains along flood-prone area of Route 28

Portion of Jacoby Road in Harmar to close for 3 months


Rep. Mike Kelly: ‘I’m an Anglo Saxon. People say things all the time, but I don’t get offended.’

Pa. Republican Brian Fitzpatrick joins Democrats in voting to condemn Trump’s tweets as ‘racist’

House condemns ‘racist’ Trump tweets on four freshman members

Local lawmakers react to Trump’s Twitter remarks