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Bills to end choke holds, require use-of-force policies could get Pa. Senate vote this week

Prospects dimming for behind-the-scenes push to expand video gambling in Pa.

Democratic lawmakers stepping in hospitals’ dispute with anesthesiologists

Bartolotta bill would help unimpaired medicinal cannabis users avoid DUIs

Betting again on bad governance

Shift focus to home care

Meet Speaker Cutler: A look at the Lancaster County leader’s approach to his powerful role in the Pa. House

Coronavirus - COVID-19

COVID-19 Update: Pa. reports over 500 new cases, Allegheny County adds 19

510 new coronavirus cases, 38 additional deaths reported in Pa.

Allegheny County reports 19 new covid-19 cases, 1 new death

6 new cases of covid-19 reported in Westmoreland County

3 new COVID-19 cases, 1 new death in county

Berks County has 25 new cases of coronavirus; coroner’s office reports 339 total deaths

Two COVID-19 deaths, eight cases in local counties

Montgomery County reports 4 more coronavirus deaths, 27 new positive cases

2nd worker at Westmoreland Manor tests positive for covid-19

A family’s heartbreak: Widow describes losing husband, 49, to coronavirus

Medical PPE is still so scarce after months of COVID-19, volunteers keep hunting for lifesaving supplies

Fauci: Next few weeks critical to tamping down virus spikes

COVID-19 is more likely to hospitalize and even kill people with these preexisting conditions


As green phase approaches in Lehigh Valley, what should you do if you encounter someone without a mask in a business?

Montgomery County reopens parks as coronavirus restrictions ease


First batch of marijuana pardons under expedited review head to Wolf’s desk

Meeting the need: Wolf gives thanks to those helping feed Pennsylvania’s hungry families


‘Clear as mud’: How Pa.’s chaotic coronavirus waiver program hurt small businesses

Westmoreland restaurants report confusion in reporting positive coronavirus tests

Tech industry, others push back against new worker visa restrictions

Rite Aid Foundation commits $2M to Racial Equity Awareness and Action Initiative

Which restaurants will survive the coronavirus pandemic? The future ‘does not seem to be too bright’


Pennsylvania Supreme Court agrees to consider Bill Cosby’s bid to overturn his sex-assault conviction

Disbanding local police is common in Pa. But it’s caused larger problems for State Police

Equal protection under the law means treating bad cops like any other criminal | Opinion


Glen Mills leaders broke child-abuse law, state auditor finds

Do police belong in Lehigh Valley schools? Students spark the discussion in Allentown as part of national movement

Spring Grove school board member: COVID-19 pandemic ‘a crock of sh–‘


2 Republicans opposed by Trump win in Kentucky, North Carolina

Republican powerbroker Bob Asher will give up his RNC seat to end a bitter dispute in the Pa. GOP

Noticias locales

Scranton City Council calls for federal revenue-loss relief

La Festa Italiana canceled

Citizens for a Healthy Jessup receives grant for stormwater pollution education

Reading residents complain about illegal fireworks; police say they have a plan

Reading Mayor Eddie Moran says single trash hauler system will help clean up city

Colebrookdale Railroad awarded $176,470 grant to fund a multimedia educational project

Latrobe seeks state grant for traffic signal upgrades

County council approves $3 million settlement in jail death lawsuit

Residents pledge support to suspended Courtdale chief

Noticias nacionales

Major League Baseball is back. So, now what?

The rope found hanging in Black NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace’s garage was a coincidence, the FBI says

Gas natural

Support amplifies for proposed state methane rule


Philly is reopening but office workers are staying home. That means peril for lunch spots and stores.

Brawl ensues near South Philadelphia Columbus statue after march, protest at Municipal Services Building

Fired Philadelphia cop’s legal fate remains in limbo 2½ years after he fatally shot an unarmed black man

City Council committee advance legislation to make police contract negotiations public, ban chokeholds

Philly City Council is set to pass police reform measures before it goes on summer recess

City Council should vote no on bill to force one-year residency requirement for new city employees | Opinion

In the midst of multiple crises, bad time for City Council to take a summer break | Editorial

Pa. State Police release dashcam video of Philly protesters on I-676. It does not show what might’ve prompted tear gas use.

Philly Mayor Jim Kenney launched a statewide political group, fueling rumors of a run for governor

Philly-area students, alumni are demanding their schools address systemic racism

Lawyers claim a record of lies taints testimony from entire Philly Police Narcotics Bureau

Officers detain protesters calling for Philly to defund police at Municipal Services Building

A North Philly teen survived 20 bullets in a neighborhood plagued by turf wars


Pittsburgh suspends policing program that used algorithms to predict crime ‘hot spots’

Review board seeks consultant to probe Pittsburgh police tactics during protests

PPS police officers defend their jobs before school board

Pittsburgh won’t be one of NHL’s playoff hub cities

Allegheny County Council anti-discrimination, no-knock warrant bills head to committee

Officials seek low-income fares for Port Authority transit riders

Burgess introduces November ballot referendum on expanding powers of Citizen Police Review Board

Pittsburgh ordinance would force police officers to cooperate with review board investigations

Pittsburgh plans to add 120 miles of bike lanes, trails over next 10 years

Pittsburgh council wants to make Juneteenth an annual city holiday

Allegheny County leads state in mail-in balloting; more expected in November

Pittsburgh in line for more than $600K in federal coronavirus relief funding

Pittsburgh Professional Women helps businesses through pandemic


COLTS to reopen transit center, expand bus routes in green phase


U.S. Rep Scanlon secures $7.6M in funding for Delaware County Intermediate Unit

PFAS bill would require Army Corps of Engineers test own sites