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The Big Lie gets more dangerous with every step it takes | Editorial (

Pa. lawmakers know a dementia care crisis is coming. Will they agree on a response? | WITF

Pennsylvania is on the precipice of a major political showdown over voting rights | Opinion (

Turnpike’s $104M in unpaid tolls draws senators’ scrutiny | WITF

Lanc. Co. EMS faces funding deficit, the latest in a trend of statewide EMS funding woes | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Report flags corporate donors to GOP lawmakers tied to Pa. election probe | Thursday Morning Coffee | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pa. Sen. Mastriano barred from attending private Senate GOP meetings | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

‘This is not a small number’: Senate committee tackles $104M deficit in Pa. Turnpike tolls | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Smoking with kids in the car could get you fined in Pa. –

The Pa. Legislature’s back in session; get ready for some déjà vu | John Baer –

Republican-Led Election Reviews Take Shape In Pennsylvania And Wisconsin | 90.5 WESA

Pennsylvania abortion access could face challenges after Texas’ 6-week ban – The Morning Call (

Pennsylvania House approves extension for prescription database considered vital to drug abuse fight – The Morning Call (

Coronavirus - COVID-19

FDA backs Pfizer COVID-19 boosters for seniors, high-risk – WHYY

COVID vaccine booster shots: CDC panel debates – WHYY

Biden doubling COVID-19 vaccine purchase to share with the world (

COVID-19 booster shots coming soon to Pa. and N.J. for eligible groups (

Pennsylvania coronavirus cases increase as vaccination rate levels off (

Pa. Health Dept.: More than 2,500 hospitalized; 4,394 new COVID cases | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Prosecution wraps up case against ‘pill mill’ doctor, says he prescribed more than 6.7M over a 4-year period –

Allegheny County health official: Unvaccinated residents 10 times more likely to be hospitalized with covid |


U.S. Businesses In China Confident Despite Pandemic And Stagnant Bilateral Relations | 90.5 WESA

Fed: On track to slow support for economy later this year | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

FedEx partners with self-driving startup Aurora, truck manufacturer Paccar to deploy autonomous trucks | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


New murals of formerly incarcerated Philadelphians aim to change the narrative of life after prison | Helen Ubiñas (

At his trial, Robert Fisher testified that prosecutors unfairly charged him with murder (

YouTuber ‘Omi in a Hellcat’ has been arrested for pirating cable from Comcast, Verizon, and others (

Dauphin, Bucks among counties to test out mental health pilot program | WITF

Pennsylvania high court OKs ‘comfort dogs’ for witnesses | WITF

Perry Co.’s DA could put a homeless man in jail over a Mountain Dew. Is that justice? | Opinion | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pa. prosecutor accused of rape, trespass: report –

Prosecution wraps up case against ‘pill mill’ doctor, says he prescribed more than 6.7M over a 4-year period –

Court allows Dickinson College grad’s lawsuit to move forward over school’s handling of sexual assault report –

Bucks County close to launching mental health court, other programs (

Delaware County out of juvenile detention options – at the moment (


Philly school closures: COVID-19 protocols eased- WHYY

Philly teachers and administrators are end-of-year exhausted and school has only just begun (

Penn State is putting unvaccinated students who miss three weeks of COVID-19 testing on interim suspension | WITF

Back to School Review: Five days of education policy in Pa. | Opinion | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Thursday Palmyra school board meeting going virtual because of masking clashes –

Pa. state universities’ faculty given job assurance as morale booster as it prepares to consolidate schools –

Pennsylvania School District That Shunned Mask Mandate Reverses Decision | 90.5 WESA

How Some Schools Are Using Weekly Testing To Keep Kids In Class — And COVID Out | 90.5 WESA

Maskless parents forcing suburban Pittsburgh school boards to cancel, adjust meetings | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh city schools may form group to address education issues caused by pandemic | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Penn State suspends 117 students without proof of COVID vaccination for missing required testing | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Reading School District bids farewell to its superintendent and starts the search for a new one. (


What you need to know about the 2022 Pa. governor’s race – WHYY

Who is running for Pennsylvania governor in 2022? (

Pennsylvania’s 2022 U.S. Senate race: Who is running and what happens next? (

Constitutional amendments are better determined during high voter turnout elections | Opinion | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Bush steps into Trump’s spot to headline GOP fundraiser for Liz Cheney –

Medio ambiente

How to prepare for the next big storm in Pennsylvania, according to emergency management officials (

‘The goal is to act now’: state officials detail Pa.’s 2021 Climate Action Plan | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Tom Wolf wants PA to have a carbon-free electric grid by 2050 | City & State PA (

EPA completes rule to phase out gases used as refrigerants | News |

State Department of Environmental Protection takes community comment on Covanta permit renewal (

Watershed improvement projects coming to Delco – Delco Times


Infant mortality rates are declining. But gun violence is overtaking that progress. l Expert Opinion (

Noticias del Estado

Fall means more deer on the road: Here’s how your risk of a crash rises | Analysis | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board reports record net income during most recent fiscal year –

Pandemic caused a drinking boom in Pa. as liquor control board reports record sales, profits |

Foliage admirers can track changes to Pa. leaf color using DCNR maps (

Noticias nacionales

Black And Latino Homeowners Are About Twice As Likely As Whites To Get Low Appraisals | 90.5 WESA

A New Law in California Aims To Protect Workers At Retail Warehouses Like Amazon’s | 90.5 WESA

Many Haitian migrants from Texas border camp staying in U.S., officials say | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Noticias locales

For advocates, ‘a sense of relief’ with Chambersburg law banning discrimination against LGBTQ people | WITF

Cat quandary: Pa. city looking to outlaw de-clawing cats, citing long-term pain to clawless felines –

Wilkes-Barre City Council vote moves $5.4M in grant applications on to state | Times Leader

With U.S. Steel looking to build new mini-mill, local leaders pitching Johnstown | News |

Lehigh Valley ‘area of greatest concern’ for flash flooding, National Weather Service says; damaging winds, tornadoes also possible Thursday – The Morning Call (

Bucks County weather: Flash floods, severe storms possible Thursday (


Allegheny County Jail board ends contract with C-SAU, warden Harper objects | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pittsburgh Dreams Of A Solar Farm Built On Waste | 90.5 WESA

How The Pandemic Has Impacted Pittsburghers Struggling With Addiction | 90.5 WESA

Pittsburgh Makes List Of Emerging Cities For Startups, But More Support Is Needed For Diverse Leadership | 90.5 WESA


Philly bill to ban minor traffic stops advances- WHYY

Opinion: Biden infrastructure plan lead pipe remediation – WHYY

A recent history of Philly’s best boos (in honor of Ben Simmons) – On top of Philly news (

Philadelphia weather forecast has flood watch, tornado chance (

In a city torn by violence, Black Philadelphians are buying guns to respond to crime, racism | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (


Biden holds ‘friendly’ first call with French President Macron since diplomatic crisis erupted | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

These are the nine Democrats most likely to buck their party’s drug plan – The Washington Post

Pence hopeful the Supreme Court will restrict abortion in US | News |