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Top Pa. GOP lawmaker fast-tracking a lucrative gambling expansion that would benefit a major campaign donor

Mother of Antwon Rose II applauds confidential police hiring database, but does it go far enough?

Lawmakers Urged To Make Police Discipline Records Public

Panelists: Young black people not treated fairly – Committee hearing centers on criminal justice system

State lawmakers take on coronavirus recovery’s racial implications

Pa. bill could 21-day start on processing mail-in ballots

State Senate Hearing Focuses on COVID-19’s Impact on the Food Supply Chain

Lawmakers condemn Governor Wolf for singling out Lebanon County

We can’t address racial injustice in Pa. without fixing our unfair public school funding system | Opinion

Pa. lawmakers review legislation to allow counting of mail-in ballots before Election Day

Centre County joins coalition to help prevent police brutality


Dinniman Recognizes 155th Anniversary of Juneteenth

Juneteenth celebrations fill the city and region, alongside protests against police brutality and racism

Community Members Remember Antwon Rose On Juneteenth

Pittsburgh region marks Juneteenth with celebrations of history, calls for action

Big business has begun to recognize Juneteenth. What’s the next step?

Amid protests for racial justice, Juneteenth gets new renown across the U.S.

Across the U.S., a Juneteenth ‘tinted with sorrow’ and buoyed by hope

In NEPA, a joyous celebration of Juneteenth — and a call to action

Juneteenth Jubilee celebrates Black freedom at Nay Aug

Juneteenth observers in Allentown, Bethlehem say recent uprising against structural racism is just the beginning

‘We are still trying to get free’: Black Americans continue fight for equality on Juneteenth

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Younger adults are increasingly testing positive for coronavirus

Coronavirus spread hits 1-day high, World Health Organization says

Some people think masks are bad for their health. Here’s why scientists say that’s wrong.

Contact tracing IDs more than 4,000 exposed to covid-19 in Pennsylvania

Federal lawmakers call for transparency about coronavirus risk at Berks County Residential Center


Pa. coronavirus recovery: Unemployment rate dips; Gov. Wolf says Philly-area can go ‘green’ on June 26

While Europe, Asia reopen from COVID-19, America sets global example of doing it wrong | Trudy Rubin

Wolf suaviza las restricciones en los últimos condados excepto Líbano

Greensburg YMCA closes after report of covid-19 exposure

Hiring rose in 46 states in May yet jobless rates still high

Feeding the beasts: How a Pa. aquarium and an aviary weathered the COVID-19 crisis

Editorial: Court ruling can be celebrated with pride

Summer vacationers weigh testing, quarantine or staying home


Pa. Dept. of Health officials agree to work with Carlisle Events to protect patrons of the coronavirus at Spring Carlisle


AMC Theaters reverses course on masks after backlash

Restaurants are reinventing in real time. Their future will emerge from what remains.

Twitter labels Trump video tweet as manipulated media, continuing crackdown on misinformation

Apple re-closes some stores, raising economic concerns


Their sons died behind bars. They hope the public outcry for police reform reaches prisons | Helen Ubiñas

Man accused of sending racist threats to Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw will be jailed until trial

Bond denied for Atlanta officer who killed Rayshard Brooks

Five days after inmates speak out, woman with severe mental illness gets moved from Bucks County jail

Zoom call eviction hearings: ‘They’ll throw everything I have out on the street’


The leaders of Pa.’s giant school pension plan are stumped by how to invest in this economy

WVU vows to combat racism from changes to its all-white board to the curriculum and student code

Local schools survey families about reopening options


Oklahoma Supreme Court rejects bid to stop Trump’s Tulsa rally over coronavirus concerns

Tulsa mayor lifts curfew around Trump rally; attendees in arena won’t have to wear masks

Trump says he will renew effort to end DACA protections for young immigrants

Trump set to rally supporters in Tulsa as coronavirus cases spike, protests continue

Consensus to select Black woman grows around Biden’s VP search

Trump administration backs Idaho transgender sports ban

Trump crowd grows, clashes with protesters ahead of rally

Tom Ridge, ex-DHS sec, laments ‘sad’ Trump fears about voting by mail

DOJ moves to oust US attorney in New York prosecuting Trump’s allies; attorney won’t resign

Gary Wegman wins Democrat primary in Pa. 9th Congressional District


What Supreme Court? Trump’s HHS pushes LGBT health rollback

The loss of Hahnemann resonates a year later as COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter protests roil Philadelphia

Philly’s tough hospital market – not greed – did in Hahnemann

Anesthesia teams quitting at W-B General amid dispute\

Noticias locales

Flooding possible in central Pa. after heavy rain, storms on Saturday: forecasters

Amid racial reckoning, Harrisburg remembers neighborhood razed to make room for Capitol

Restaurants, bars welcome customers back inside

Barber shop reopens with an emphasis on safety

Scranton businesses encouraged to pledge safe practices

Noticias nacionales

AP changes writing style to capitalize ‘b’ in Black

Officer involved in Breonna Taylor shooting to be fired


Philly’s police union spent decades amassing power. Reforms could cut its clout

Portraits of Black fathers to light up Barnes Foundation this weekend

Meet Nicole Jordan, the Philadelphia Orchestra’s first full-time Black woman musician and new music librarian

Philly suburbs to move to green next Friday; city to enter a modified green phase

With summer forecasts calling for dangerous heat, pandemic is clouding Philly’s response plans

Philly-area museums, public gardens, and other cultural attractions start to plan for a summer return

13,000 Philadelphians applied for pandemic rental assistance. Funds ran out after 4,000.

City Council passes housing bills to help Philly renters during the pandemic

Community leaders talk race, Columbus statue in South Philly


Pittsburgh United Methodist bishop helps launch anti-racism effort

Pittsburgh International Airport traffic plunges 89.4%, but some travel is coming back

DA drops charges against East Liberty protesters

Peduto says cities should be permitted to release police camera footage

Paving to continue across Pittsburgh streets next week

Noticias del Estado

Pa. says 2 gas drilling companies committed environmental crimes. Here’s why corporations, not people, are usually charged

Pa. National Guard squad helped with aerial surveillance of Washington protests

Unemployment rate in Pa. slides back from pandemic peak

A Pa. board is sidelining officers with mental health histories. But advocates say it’s proof of a problematic law.