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Pa. lawmakers, workers link minimum wage fight to MLK’s push for equality

Multiple Pennsylvania state senators copy and paste same MLK Day message

Bail isn’t supposed to be sentence

Schuylkill County lawmaker feels safe with beefed up security at state Capitol

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Biden volunteered in Philly to mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Philly Black doctors group works to combat health-care injustice on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Local webinars celebrate MLK’s legacy

Pitt holds MLK Day discussion on ‘Race, Justice and Politics after the Capitol Siege’

Food Bank volunteers celebrate MLK’s legacy with day of service

Berks volunteers celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day by helping others

Olivet’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day programs teach students about the importance of helping the community

Many neighborhoods with MLK streets are poorer than national average and highly segregated, study reveals | Opinion

Montgomery County residents march for justice, equality and change on MLK Day

Coronavirus – COVID-19

New covid-19 cases in Pennsylvania continue to slow

COVID-19 Update: Allegheny County reports nearly 800 new cases in past two days

Allegheny County covid cases, hospitalizations continue to decline

67 new COVID-19 cases reported in county on Monday

Covid numbers tallied for Murrysville-Delmont-Export area

Hundreds at Scranton high-rises receive COVID-19 vaccines

Chester County is suing for an $11 million refund from a company that sold it COVID-19 antibody tests

Coronavirus deaths rising in 30 U.S. states amid winter surge


Biden picks Pa.’s Rachel Levine as assistant health secretary

Biden taps Pa. Health Secretary Levine for federal post

Gov. Wolf’s heartbreaking closure of Pa. Capitol underscores the incivility of these times | Opinion


Georgia-Pacific moving all Dixie cup production to Kentucky, closing Pa. facility

Pa. craft brewers adapt as they face uncertain future due to coronavirus pandemic

Conyngham Brewing Company earns two awards at Pennsylvania Farm Show

Developer finalizes $160M purchase of U.S. Steel site in Falls


Pa. prisons don’t always tell families when inmates are sick. Officials are defending that policy.

4 hurt in string of shootings in Pocono Mountains community


Luzerne County schools get $58.5 million in second round of COVID-19 relief

Colleges, universities in Western Pennsylvania could get more than $200M in new stimulus relief

Pandemic equals fewer sports scholarships

Local News

Scranton Public Library opens book on strengths, weaknesses to plan improvements

Amid the pandemic, Delaware County officials have begun taking steps to form their own health department

Luzerne County Council expected to vote on Hazleton area tax break

National News

Toledo, Ohio, police officer dies after armed standoff


Unemployed renters ride the uncertain tide of fluctuating aid

‘The sun is shining’ at Philly Shipyard as hundreds of jobs return this year, CEO says


Pittsburgh faith community honored for response to Tree of Life attack

Pittsburgh’s faith community inducted into Museum of the Courageous

Metal guitarist arrested for role in Capitol raid once played Pittsburgh in Confederate garb

Bell ringing on Tuesday will pay tribute to lives taken by COVID-19

Hamlet to receive yearly pay increases in new contract with Pittsburgh schools

Netflix’s ‘Archive 81’ filming in North Side and Downtown Pittsburgh

Man sues Allegheny County jail officials over alleged assault by inmate

Pittsburgh artist designed Google Doodle honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

‘It’s about a new belief in Pittsburgh’: Pgh Mayor Peduto says, kicking off re-election bid


After deadly wreck, petition calls for safety improvements on Laurel Run Road


Biden prepares to give unifying inaugural speech at daunting moment for U.S.

Biden to propose 8-year citizenship path for immigrants

Pentagon screening National Guard troops for extremist ties

Feds charge Harrisburg woman accused of stealing Pelosi’s laptop and an ex-Pa. State Police cadet in connection with Capitol attack

Lehigh Valley man part of group that pushed barricade into cops to try and get into Capitol, feds say

Pelosi calls for halt in efforts to install Trump loyalist as NSA’s top lawyer

Trump’s census director to quit after trying to rush out ‘indefensible’ report