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Police reforms move forward in Pa. Legislature

State police association supports reform legislation passed by Pa. House, Senate

The General Assembly passed a police hiring database and a chokehold ban. But nothing is on Wolf’s desk yet.

Effort to track police use of force in Pa. would lack racial data, public transparency

Changes to landmark Senate bill overhauling Pa.’s probation system costs it support among criminal justice reformers

Pa. state universities may look a lot different in the next three years

Pa. GOP lawmakers conflicted on mask mandate

Markie’s Law gets closer to passing Legislature

Provide greater access to body cameras

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Gov. Wolf predicts COVID-19 resurgence in fall, offers hope it won’t force new round of school and business closings

Wolf: ‘We need to redouble our efforts’ on fighting COVID-19

Wolf, Levine discuss Pa.‘s COVID-19 response, reopening Lebanon County, political pushback

Wolf Administration wants more flexibility in adminstering food assistance during COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 update: Pa. reports nearly 500 new cases, 87 more in Pittsburgh region

11 new coronavirus cases reported in Westmoreland County

1 new COVID-19 case, 1 new death reported in county

6 new cases, 2 new deaths in 3-county area

Lackawanna has first new COVID-19 death in a week

Berks County has 9 new cases of coronavirus as 495 are reported in Pennsylvania

Montgomery County reports 5 more coronavirus deaths, 38 new positive cases

UPMC: Coronavirus patient outcomes are improving

‘Coming back and biting us’: U.S. sees virus resurgence

Dozens of Secret Service officers, agents told to self-quarantine after Trump’s Tulsa rally


Credit card customers may see some breaks due to virus

Lebanon County poultry processor Bell & Evans hit with another month of bad salmonella test results

Schiff’s opens Forty Fort location

If you work in an office, green phase doesn’t mean back to normal

Business owners describe hurdles, challenges from coronavirus

Hellertown’s Neighbors Home & Garden to close

After 80 years, Peter Bros. Meats in Lenhartsville to close

No fans at Pocono Raceway means more economic struggles for businesses amid coronavirus

Harley to lay off 90 at its York plant, report says

Las empresas del condado de Chester se preparan para ser "ecológicas" el viernes


Nine indicted in alleged narcotics ring operating in Butler County

Berks County Prison has remained relatively unscathed by coronavirus pandemic


‘Wouldn’t wish on anybody’: York City school board makes deep cuts

Dunmore, Mid Valley school directors mull opposition of landfill expansion

New Kensington-Arnold to lay off 28 teachers, projects up to 600 students won’t return to school in fall

Most furloughed Misericordia employees will return to work in July


Herrin wins big; Chester County Democratic slate completed

Wegman declared winner in 9th District primary

Joe Biden’s cautious coronavirus campaign is trying to be anything but a Trump rally

Democrats confirm plans for nearly all-virtual convention

Online voting isn’t ready: States should focus on securing mail-in voting

County Democratic, GOP chiefs weigh in on Cullen issue

Noticias locales

Mayors’ Vision: Cognetti continues message of transparency

Mayors’ Vision: Lombardo reflects on leading Pittston during pandemic

Mayors’ Vision: Brown reflects on governing WB during COVID-19 crisis

Scranton isn’t alone; Congress must help cities

New hotel for site of Hotel Sterling gets Wilkes-Barre zoning approval

DA stands by decision not to charge guards in Mackey case

State should examine the death of prison inmate Shaheen Mackey

Berks County will launch survey to assess the impact of the coronavirus on the community

Boyertown senior center awarded $76,847 grant to buy new air-conditioning system

Trafford councilman criticized for transphobic joke about state health secretary

Grant helps Greensburg nonprofit continue ‘Feeding the Spirit’ through summer

Lehigh County Controller Mark Pinsley, DA Jim Martin at odds over call for criminal justice reform

Beaver County gets $31,000 to fight homelessness

Schoolhouse Senior Center in Folsom gets $30,123 grant

Noticias nacionales

U.S. Marshals told to prepare to help protect monuments as Trump targets people who vandalize structures during protests

Barr eroding Justice Department independence without personal consequence, analysts say

New York City Marathon canceled because of coronavirus

Nueva Jersey

Fearing new spike, N.J. to quarantine visitors from states where coronavirus is surging


Philadelphia announces plans to remove Columbus statue after repeated violence at Marconi Plaza

‘Why aren’t you arresting them?’ Philly officials investigate police after assaults against Fishtown protesters.

He spent 22 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit. His lawsuit says Philly police detectives knew his case was flawed.

Black trans communities suffer a greater mental-health burden from discrimination and violence

Two Black Philly museums launch capital campaign to ‘defend Black memory’

Philly protesters honor Black women killed by police; at Clark Park, a community scream for Black transgender victims

Thieves broke into a lifesaving Philly library twice this month. Now it’s forced to ‘start over from scratch.’

Facing pandemic and protests, Philly too ‘frayed’ for a supervised injection site right now, judge rules

Man charged in murder of Ardmore woman found in a garbage bag in East Germantown

Penn will commission a study of its police force and withdraw support from Philly’s police foundation

Philly employees got paid millions for work the city couldn’t verify was done, watchdog says

City Council’s budget tweaks fall short | Opinion


Peduto: Historic moment ‘much larger than police reform’

Allegheny County DA’s office lauded for dropping charges against protesters

Allegheny County health officials warn of coronavirus spread in younger people

Two Pittsburgh school board members seek more transparency from school police

Foster-care system looking to overcome ‘already challenging situation’ during green phase

Wilkinsburg borough manager fired, disputes allegations made by mayor

After five years of development, Pittsburgh releases final draft of 10-year Bike Master Plan

Pittsburgh officials: New ‘silent’ alarm system cuts down on first responder stress, streamlines info

Pittsburgh bar has dress code that discriminates against Black people

Noticias del Estado

Faces in the crowd: Stories of the Western Pa. protesters

Pa. Game Commission’s turkey count starts July 1

Food banks still operating in ’emergency mode,’ seeing increased demand in W.Pa.

Berks animal groups react to Pennsylvania resuming spaying and neutering and other elective procedures at veterinary clinics

As monuments are toppled nationwide, what should Gettysburg do with its 40 Confederate statues?

Census: As America diversifies, Bucks stays 88% white


A special order: TSA requires food be removed from carry-on bags at airport security

Adaptive traffic signal project on Route 30 in Hempfield expected to start soon


Casey says blocked GOP police reform bill weak on accountability