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Major Pa. police executives, officer union leaders sign statement in support of ‘red flag’ reforms

Rep. Knowles denies claim he insulted fellow state lawmaker

Lawmakers should shut down illegal “skills” games and reject expanded gambling | Opinion


With COVID-19 cases down, Philadelphia and suburbs move to ‘yellow’ reopening status Friday

Last in line for yellow, Lackawanna County moves toward full reopening

Berks County transition to yellow status for reopening requires continued caution

Going yellow: After months of lockdown, the Lehigh Valley sheds some coronavirus pandemic restrictions today

Council urges residents to make it a mellow yellow

Which Pa. counties will enter the green phase of Wolf’s reopening plan next? Here are the strongest candidates

Lackawanna County offices to reopen to public by appointment starting Wednesday

As county enters yellow phase, Scranton city government prepares for slow transition to normal

Bucks, Montgomery counties are moving to yellow. Could green be far behind?

Berks County officials urge cooperation as the county moves to yellow phase of reopening

NWPA officials demand that Erie Co. go ‘green’ in COVID-19 reopening plan

Going green: Salons, barbershops reopening with full books, long waits for appointments

Green plate special: Dining out permitted again in southwestern Pa.

Breweries to customers: ‘Take it outside’

As real estate operations reopen, surge of listings expected to hit a parched market

Many business owners amped up for ‘going green’ Friday

Teeth cleaning, routine dental care can resume in Pennsylvania

Excela Health lights up entrances to reflect covid-19 improvement to green phase

Latrobe opens rec facilities, sets start date for farmers market

Sylvan Park pool set to open this weekend in Harrison

Outdoor bar, restaurant seating resumes today

Some reopen, some wait, some gone

Outdoor dining fires up at central Pa. restaurants including Millworks, Dukes and Paxtang Grill

PennDOT license centers in yellow phase counties to start reopening Friday

Editorial: Don’t forget we’re still in a pandemic

Coronavirus - COVID-19

5 Western Pa. UPMC hospitals given covid-19 drug

Doctors say covid-19 at UPMC is declining in virulence, infection levels

Pennsylvania reports 75 new coronavirus deaths, 537 new cases

Allegheny County says 13 reported COVID-19 deaths bring total to 165

Allegheny County reports 13 more coronavirus cases, 13 more deaths

2 more coronavirus cases, no new deaths reported in Westmoreland County

Three new coronavirus deaths, 40 new cases in NEPA

Luzerne County manager notes coronavirus death milestone

County adds 7 new virus cases, 1 new death

Counties’ contributions push nursing home aid program funds over $1 million

Counties give $500K to nursing home program

The coronavirus has been devastating for people over 80, but many are surviving

Protestas de George Floyd

Protests ripple across Philly suburbs, from the Main Line to Norristown. ‘It’s not a one-race problem. It’s a human problem.’

Vandergrift braced for unrest, but protest remained peaceful

Protest rally planned Saturday in Jeannette

Struggle for human rights unites West Chester and Coatesville

Protests kick off simultaneously in Allentown and Bethlehem, demanding justice for George Floyd

2 Buffalo, N.Y., police officers suspended after shoving 75-year-old protester

ACLU sues over police force on protesters near White House


Wolf will appoint misconduct watchdog, establish commission to oversee Pa. state troopers, correctional officers

Wolf calls for police oversight, troopers association calls it an attack on law enforcement

Gov. Tom Wolf announces law enforcement reforms in wake of George Floyd protests

Wolf, Shapiro announce first steps of police reform after days of unrest

Gov. Wolf announces watchdog to investigate police misconduct, other reforms

‘Too many people have lost faith’; Gov. Tom Wolf talks about police reforms driven by George Floyd protests

Pa. state troopers’ union slams Gov. Wolf’s law enforcement reforms


J.C. Penney stores closing at Pittsburgh Mills in Frazer, Monroeville, near Butler and in the Beaver Valley

A Chester County restaurant owner had a plan to safely reopen. Then he told Facebook.

Citations pile up for defiant Harveys Lake restaurants

Met-Ed customers in Berks can get free ice, water at Redner’s stores

Central Pa. restaurant has license suspended after offering indoor dining against state’s order but said it will remain open

Owners of York County diners fined again for operating under suspended licenses: report

Beaver County sees region’s second-highest jobless rate


Hempfield schools hoping to reopen in fall, officials discussing classroom changes

Robert Morris furloughs staff, cuts budget by $3M

Colleges in the Philly area and elsewhere are pledging to address national unrest and criminal justice inequalities

Penn State football will kick off athletes’ return to campus


Candidates across Pa. have no idea if they won or lost their primary elections: ‘It sucks’

Primary was practice game for Pittsburgh-area counties

Who represents Allentown next year? Lehigh County plans to keep counting ballots three days after election while one winner is still unknown

Luzerne County’s mail-in ballots processed, but more work remains

County completes count of mail-in ballots

Manny Guzman wins Democratic race to replace Tom Caltagirone in state House

Twardzik wins Republican nomination for 123rd district

Bognet wins GOP nod in 8th district

Eyes already on November in 8th District race

Winner of Democratic primary in 9th Congressional District still unclear

Updated results for Pa.’s 10th Congressional District primary show Eugene DePasquale still leading

Delco GOP chief criticizes chaotic election process

Noticias locales

24-hour charity campaign this weekend stretches foundation’s reach with regional giving

Scranton expediting outdoor commerce permits, making COVID-19 relief grants and loans available to businesses

A judge blocked an attempt by Delaware County to take over the regional sewer system

Reading Police Department awarded $500,000 grant for additional school resource officers

Residents seek ouster of Montgomery County Commissioner Joe Gale at Norristown rally

New Kensington officials cancel Fourth of July fireworks display due to coronavirus concerns

White House designates Westmoreland County as a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area

Noticias nacionales

Outrage over police injustice is older than the nation


In Philadelphia on Thursday, protesters demand police reforms as elected officials say they’re listening

Hite: ‘No justice, no peace,’ as Philly educators march against racism

Mayor Jim Kenney gave cops raises and shielded them from coronavirus layoffs. Protesters aren’t happy.

Philly Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw to cops: Don’t block your badge numbers

The police that Philadelphia deserves | Editorial

Italian Market says it’s getting rid of the Frank Rizzo mural

A news photographer was punched and knocked to the ground. Commissioner Outlaw was one of the officers who responded.

‘Police just went nuts’: Charges dropped after video surfaces of police beating student, other protesters with batons

Philly police union president: Cops will boycott Di Bruno Bros. after shop revokes free lunch offer

3 black Philadelphians whose statues should replace Frank Rizzo | Opinion

Rizzo statue is gone, but not yet forgotten | Editorial


Pittsburgh mayor outlines push for police overhauls

Pittsburgh leaders call for police reform after East Liberty protest melee

Protesters march from Downtown through South Side; stage lay-in at county jail

Protesters take to Pittsburgh streets for 6th straight day in 4-hourlong peaceful march

More than 50 black women ask PPS board to let Superintendent Hamlet’s contract expire

Duquesne Heights man arrested for allegedly placing explosives in Downtown

Report cites issues with suicide prevention in Allegheny County Jail

Obituary: Ginny Frizzi was a ‘giant’ of the Pittsburgh journalism community

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette pulls black reporter from protest coverage over ‘objectivity concerns’

Lawyer for ex county councilman McCullough tries to block order to report to prison

Man, woman die of injuries from Wilkinsburg shooting

Noticias del Estado

A 168-year-old lifeline for many families is staggering under financial strain

Western Pennsylvania veterans organization gets $1M for support program

Pocono gets green flag to host NASCAR races


Democrats in Congress preparing police reform bills after George Floyd death

Retired generals voice grave concerns over Trump’s wielding of military

Murkowski calls Mattis’ rebuke of Trump true, but many in GOP distance selves from former defense secretary

Trump seeks to scale back environmental reviews for projects