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After suing to stop impeachment trial, Philly DA vows ‘not to be silent’ if proceedings continue – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Philly DA Krasner, legal team detail why impeachment is ‘unlawful’ | Local News |

Philly DA Larry Krasner says impeachment lawsuit is needed to stop Pa. Senate trial (

Blumberg Institute lands $2M Pennsylvania grant to support 5 life sciences startups – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Christmas tree lit at Pennsylvania Capitol (

Pennsylvania seniors create handmade ornaments for the State Capitol Holiday Tree | The Bucks County Herald

After big battles, Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf leaves office with few regrets, no grudges –

Governor of PA won’t disclose legal bills · Spotlight PA



Comcast’s rates are increasing again. Here’s what to expect. (

Big Tech cost cuts will continue to affect office real estate in key markets – Philadelphia Business Journal (

State AGs Accuse Vanguard of Pressuring Utility Companies Over Climate – DV Journal (

13 states are protesting Vanguard Group’s support of cleaner energy to fight climate change (

Scientific Games Tabs Schultz As Head of Public Policy and Government Affairs (

New pharmaceutical ingredients manufacturing plant opens in King of Prussia (



Covid Care Has Entered a New Stage of Crisis for the Uninsured – The New York Times (



Philadelphia, Pittsburgh struggle to fill open police positions | Pennsylvania |

Chester County Crime Victims Center getting new tech upgrades – Daily Local



Pederson chosen to lead OJR School Board (

Downingtown teachers take extra steps to create intentional relationships – Daily Local

‘Invest in you’: Forest Hills students hear about careers in social sciences | News |

How often are Penn State’s private planes flying during a budget crunch? | WITF

Philly schools chief Watlington begins final part of strategic plan – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pa. court rules against parents who challenged masking at Pennsbury and other districts last school year (

An ‘Aussie and a West Sider’ to lead Scranton School Board | Education |

Penn State activists rally against university’s treatment of anti-racist demonstrator | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette




Warnock Claims Momentum in Georgia, as Walker Banks on Election Day Turnout – The New York Times (

The U.S. Constitution built on compromise, checks and balances (

GOP now embracing mail-in ballots (

Jerry Shenk: America needs a pro-market GOP (


Will DelVal Benefit From Josh Shapiro’s Governorship? – DV Journal (

Heard Around The PA Society (

Lt. Gov.-elect Austin Davis will have active role in Shapiro administration | State & Region |

Rudy Giuliani doubles down on false Pennsylvania election fraud claims in disciplinary hearing (


Berks election officials address claims of vote switching (

Westmoreland recount complete; officials say no evidence of widespread errors found |

2 Democrats express interest in Tony DeLuca’s state House seat |

Luzerne County poll workers will receive $60 for staying later on election night | Times Leader



U.S. climate goals threatened by continued investment in natural gas : NPR



Rechargable trains might link West Chester to Philly – Daily Local

Pa. Turnpike shut down in Lancaster, Berks counties –

A Pennsylvania startup says its technology will let EVs go the distance without recharging | WITF

Tire technology helps boost winter weather safety |



Overdose crisis touches almost every family, Congress must act (

Here’s when drug prices will start to decrease for Medicare recipients | Analysis – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Amid a crisis in American health, we are not moving fast enough | Opinion (

How do sites for supervised drug use work? A primer (

Philadelphia supervised injection site lawsuit at a deadline for federal response (

Holiday-suicide myth persists, Penn researchers find (


State News

Pennsylvania announces broadband plan for how to spend almost $400 million | Pennsylvania |

Pa. Broadband officials ask Pennsylvanians to review FCC maps – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Nearly $19M in student loan repayment awarded to Pa. substance use treatment, case management professionals – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pa. collected $2.8B in taxes in November; State still ahead of estimates | Tuesday Morning Coffee – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (


National News

REAL ID enforcement is delayed again to 2025 : NPR

What we know about the attack on two Moore County, N.C. power substations : NPR

More U.S. counties lack a clear racial majority (And people are getting along pretty well) – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Ukraine races to fix its energy grid faster than next Russian missile strikes : NPR

Perspective: Jiang Zemin’s passing marks the end of an era for China : NPR

Kirstie Alley has died at 71 from cancer : NPR

Kyrie Irving’s contract with Nike is terminated : NPR

‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ won’t air on TV in 2022 –

How to make sure that your Christmas tree isn’t a fire hazard (

Lensa app generates AI avatars for sharing. Here’s what artists say. (


Local News

McCaffrey’s Holiday Parade Welcomes Santa To Newtown | Newtown, PA Patch

York hosts annual ‘Shop with a Cop’ event (

Lancaster City Council appoints new city council member (

Plan to give 150-percent pay increase to Lower Merion commissioners rejected before vote taken – Mainline Media News

Rift between city council, southeast residents apparent as council chooses new member | Local News |

New milkshake flavor will be available at 2023 PA Farm Show; here’s how to try it early | Food |

Bethlehem is likely to raise recycling fees next year. Here’s why – The Morning Call (

Whitehall Township takes first step in potential settlement over mayor accused of harassment – The Morning Call (

Washington Christian Outreach serves the needy | Helping the Helpers – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Towamencin board votes ahead 2023 budget with tax hike (

Turnpike’s Scranton Beltway hearing postponed until next year | News |

ACLU calls on Luzerne County to address public defender’s office staffing shortages | Times Leader



Allegheny County property owners may get another chance to appeal 2022 assessments | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh City Council facing deadline to vote on Oakland zoning changes | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburghers celebrate Krampusnacht, carrying on ancient traditions – CBS Pittsburgh (

Pittsburgh McDonald’s outlets fined for child labor violations | Labor | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

W.Pa. LGBTQ community, allies share hope, reservations on Respect for Marriage Act |

Pittsburgh council members question whether snow plow tracker is help or hindrance |

Growing bigger: Pitt investing more than $500 million in campus upgrades and new buildings | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



Interactive show illuminates world of mysterious street artist Banksy (

Delco last of suburban Philly counties to post proposed budget online (

AP source: Trea Turner, Phillies reach $300M, 11-year deal | WITF

America’s blueprint for urban inequity was drawn in Philly. It failed Black Philadelphians. (

Black, Hispanic, and Asian home buyers continued to be denied mortgages more often while Philly’s housing market boomed (



Supreme Court hears case of web designer who doesn’t want to work on same-sex weddings : NPR

Justices spar in latest clash of religion and gay rights |

Supreme Court case on state legislatures could have ‘devastating consequences’ – City & State Pennsylvania (

Officers to receive Congressional Gold Medals for Jan. 6 – Daily Local

Capitol Police chief: Jan. 6 failures ‘largely’ fixed but extremism threat persists : NPR

Fintechs fueled widespread PPP loan fraud, according to a report from Congress : NPR

Biden’s efforts to protect abortion access hit roadblocks – Daily Local

Pennsylvania Congressman Reschenthaler to be House GOP chief deputy whip (