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Gov. Tom Wolf signs law that opens the door to giving ex-criminal offenders a ‘clean slate’

Governor Wolf signs law to seal certain criminal records

Wolf signs bills giving some non-violent offenders a ‘clean slate’ in life

Gov. Tom Wolf gives $1.80 hourly raise to lowest-paid state employees

New law inspired by life-changing injuries teacher suffered in rock-throwing


Political hardball strands three bills in Pennsylvania Legislature

What would it really take for abortion to be illegal in Pa., N.J.?

Solutions given for better police-community relations

Cumberland Valley withdraws bid to build school on protected farmland

On vacation from …what?


State budget passage bolsters criminal justice reform efforts

Antwon Rose

Local leader of protests over Antwon Rose death recovering after emergency surgery

Group protesting police shooting block Tri-Boro Expressway

East Pittsburgh officials mum on DA’s criticism, offices closed, protest shuts down expressway

Protesters at Arnold City Hall ask for mayor to resign over water cannons comment

Rally calling for Arnold mayor’s resignation goes on, but mayor not at city hall

Shot in the back: When can police fire on fleeing suspects?

Lawyer: Two planning to sue officer charged in teen’s slaying over 2017 Pitt arrest


Health Department fines U.S. Steel’s Clairton Coke Works $1 million

Allegheny County Health Department fines U.S. Steel $1 million for Clairton pollution


Bucks DA: ‘Great policework’ nabs chemical-company owner accused of building bombs

Sisters begged the Board of Pardons to free their brother’s killer. The board said ‘no’

Bucks County explosions: Chemical company owner charged after morning raids

Video captures Lancaster police officers using stun gun on sitting man

Lancaster mayor: Use of Taser by city police ‘is of great concern’; investigation underway

Videos show treatment of Erie County inmate in asthma case


State-funded incentive for student savings expanding across Pa.

Harrisburg School Board approves budget with maximum tax hike, 50 position cuts

Tuition was rising, appeal was falling. Here’s how Drexel University tried to stop the slide


Denny Wolff speaks to crowd of 75 at Oley Fairgrounds

‘British Donald Trump’ who complained about ‘Jewish lobby’ is headlining Lou Barletta fundraiser

Casey camp blasts Barletta fundraiser featuring UK nationalist Farage


Cumberland County casino update: South Middleton Township is still in the picture

Noticias locales

Sober living house for women proposed in Luzerne borough

‘Castle House’ days appear numbered in Scranton

Lackawanna County billed $486K in prison probe legal fees

Scranton planners hear plan for apartments next to Kildare’s Irish Pub

Treatment center plans advance

HCA looks to fund system upgrades

Berks County commissioner provides updates on fate of Berks Heim

Ceremony honors Boyertown’s Gen. Carl A. Spaatz

Editorial: Downtown Reading should be alive every night

Noticias nacionales

The fatal shooting of 5 people at Annapolis’ Capital Gazette is a rare attack on American journalists

Suspect in Maryland newspaper to appear on 5 murder charges

California lawmakers pass ban on local soda taxes


Police blame radio miscommunication for response to black family at West Philly movie theater

Philadelphia Superintendent William Hite’s report card: 4 As, 2 Bs

Local control of schools is finally here, and the real work is just beginning | Opinion

Philadelphia School District’s charter head stepping down

Former Philly cop gets prison for tow truck bribes

SEPTA green lights new bus route for Philadelphia

Cinemark fallout: Black family calls for changes; rally planned

Muslims in Philly react to Trump’s travel ban

General manger named at Pennsylvania Convention Center

Who is Girard College’s new president?

Looking for the new shingles vaccine Shingrix? Not all Philadelphia pharmacies have it

We rank Philly companies on diversity, governance, & transparency. The winners may surprise you


Thousands expected in Pittsburgh for Luke Bryan concert and 2 demonstrations

Plans move forward for Bedford Dwellings redevelopment in Hill District

Port Authority crews continue flood rehab work on closed Blue Line Library

Public safety agencies to have major presence at Luke Bryan concert

Court documents detail theft of rare maps, books, prints from Carnegie Library

Hazelwood showdown: A bidding dispute highlights coming attractions

Allegheny County issues countywide disaster to help with flood cleanup

Code Orange air quality alert issued for Pittsburgh

Noticias del Estado

Report clears former Cadets employee ensnared in boss’s sexual misconduct scandal

Mighty Writers sends 100 Spanish-language children’s books to immigrants detained in Berks County

Call from ‘IRS’ make Tredyffrin cops wonder if they can arrest themselves

Where the Weed Things Are: Marijuana growers eye former Strawbridge’s, U.S. Steel plant

Records could fall as heat wave descends on region

Veterans Administration: Efforts continue to reduce vets’ suicides

Invasive lanternfly gets closer to Luzerne County

More money for drinking water inspections is coming, but is it enough?

Release date for grand jury report on abuse within dioceses uncertain

On Politics: Smucker expands tele-town hall accessibility; state bills advance to Wolf’s desk

Local union members weigh in on Janus impact locally


PennDOT plans work on Route 30, Ligonier Valley roads

Demolition costs rise sharply for W-B/Scranton airport project

East Deer bridge replacements delayed

Harmar officials say PennDOT road waste site may be illegal

Crews begin cleaning up train derailment


Democrats’ hopes to defeat court pick likely to depend on two GOP women

House Republicans grill FBI, Justice leaders on Russia probe