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Pittsburgh pols, workers implore Legislature to help decimated service industry

President Trump invited Pa. lawmakers to the White House. Then everyone went silent.

As Pa. crosses a grim COVID-19 milestone, Republicans throw a taxpayer-funded campaign rally | John L. Micek

Coronavirus - COVID-19

COVID-19 update: Pennsylvania adds 118 more deaths, over 8,000 new cases

Pennsylvania, region report largest daily increase in COVID-19 cases

Allegheny County adds 555 new covid cases, 12 deaths

249 new COVID-19 cases reported in Luzerne County on Thursday

Exhausted health care workers ‘scream into the abyss’ about rising coronavirus cases

As covid cases rise, overwhelmed case investigators and contact tracers forced to adapt

Reading Hospital says it has plenty of capacity for coronavirus patients needing extra care

12 staff members at Westmoreland Manor test positive for coronavirus

After admitting mistake, AstraZeneca faces difficult questions about its vaccine, plans new trial

Dallas woman was reinfected with COVID-19 after 4 months. ‘You’re absolutely not immune,’ she says

Redistribución de distritos

Republicans didn’t just win Legislatures, they won the power to influence elections for years to come| Analysis


Wolf vetoes bills on firearms during emergency and on gas drilling


Sunoco Pipeline’s plans to cut Mariner East through a Delco apartment complex arouses protests

Few people venture out early for Black Friday deals


Domestic violence continues through the pandemic


Man shot during dispute in Wilkes-Barre

Police investigating after man arrives at Shadyside hospital with gunshot wounds


New standards in play for in-person learning during substantial COVID-19 transmission

4 school closures in 10 years: This family has been hit especially hard by shrinking Catholic schools

Living on an hourly wage and worrying

Luzerne County Community College learns colleges that don’t have residence halls are not required to test for COVID-19


Biden’s faith made history without much fanfare. His Catholic supporters say that’s a good thing.

Trump, for first time, pledges that he’ll leave if Electoral College seats Biden

Trump doubles down on allegations of election fraud in Pennsylvania as Biden begins transition

Angry Trump promises rally in battleground state of Georgia

Allegheny County certifies 2,300 mail-in ballots without dated envelopes

Pennsylvania’s top court expected to act quickly on appeal to let state proceed with election certification

Vote validation affirms strength of democracy


UPMC reports $17B revenue despite pandemic

Noticias locales

Scranton pitches possible switch to payroll tax

Scranton’s required contribution to pensions increases by $1.2 million for 2021

Luzerne County 911 staffing shortages hurting morale, agency head says

New Luzerne County visitors guide spotlights safe local activities in COVID-era

Schuylkill County releases CARES Act distributions

Tales of unorthodox Thanksgivings in the Lehigh Valley: Zoomgivings, food handoffs and early outdoor celebrations

Lehigh County poised to add Juneteenth as an official paid holiday

Noticias nacionales

Cuomo attacks Supreme Court’s emboldened majority over virus ruling

Nueva Jersey

New Jersey moves to strengthen Black history education mandates


As COVID-19 surges, so does the risk to the Philly region’s Black community

Philly’s bright art scene gets dimmer amid COVID shutdowns | Editorial

Northeast Philly business owners go from ‘couch commandos’ to forming security patrols after looting in May and October

Disarm Philly’s police union from the weapon of secret arbitration | Editorial


Inmate dies in Allegheny County Jail

Light of Life Rescue Mission partners with NBC Sports to provide Thanksgiving sustenance

Steelers’ JuJu Smith-Schuster delivers turkeys to seniors after Thanksgiving game canceled

Noticias del Estado

Pennsylvania firearms hunting season for bear closes as 2020 bear kill tops 3,100