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Pa. Senate shouting match makes national news

Video of Corman Shouting at Lt. Gov. While Senate Colleague Spoke Gets National Attention,1480465/

Expanded Sunday hunting could come to Pennsylvania as early as this fall

Annual push under way in Pennsylvania to let local police use speed-detecting radar

For Pa. sheriffs, new PFA law means more guns in their hands

Police officer body cameras: Why did Pa. start so late in considering them?

Find out if your town’s police officers wear body cameras: check here

Pa. primaries should be open | Editorial


With no Supreme Court end to gerrymandering, will states make it more extreme?

SCOTUS gerrymander decision bolsters some, disappoints others

The Supremes made the call on gerrymandering. The fix is up to the voters | Opinion


‘Nobody is going to go to heaven.’ Pa. budget deal divides Democrats

State budget could be better, say York County educators

Don’t shift funds from environment

New budget excludes major issues


6 shootings in 6 weeks rattle residents in New Kensington, Arnold


Penn Hills School District gets $3.3M from state, nixes plan to raise taxes

Carbondale Area OKs $26M budget, furloughs five teachers, cuts two positions

$7.5M spent on W-B Area school so far

Charges against deputy in Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting should give officials in Tamaqua pause, experts say

Four districts rise to top in annual Grading Our Schools report

College bills coming due? Here are some smart tips before you pay

Your student loan servicers — Navient, Nelnet, and FedLoan — pay big bucks to CEOs and lobbyists


Pa. state auditor general confirms that he’ll run for U.S. House

Health Care

Why Medicare’s ‘late fees’ mean a lifetime of higher costs

Local News

Developer eyes downtown Jessup for site of 146 senior apartments

Preservation full-time job

City income tax hike likely to remain for another year

Open house held for rehabilitation center

Westmoreland Historical Society library reopens at new center

Tarentum Action Committee works to combat blight in the borough

Reading is set to get the blues again, and that’s a good thing

National News

Most Americans still oppose reparations, but that’s shifting with younger generations

NYC pride parade is one of largest in movement’s history


Visit Philadelphia aims to attract Latinos with its ‘Filadelfia – You Gotta Feel It’ campaign

After historic term on Philly Board of Education, what did 2 students learn?

Two killed in separate shootings in North Philadelphia

In the nation’s birthplace of independence, study results a weird slap in the face

Philadelphia is strong enough to overcome the closures of Hahnemann and the refinery. It has to be. | Editorial


Brian O’Neill: Pulling the recycling business out of the dumps

In her run as an independent, Lisa Middleman faces tough challenge in DA race

Port Authority to buy insurance for T track after last year’s Blue Line flooding

Shameful management: City schools let nearly $2 million fall through cracks

North America’s largest moth, cecropia, at Tree Pittsburgh and elsewhere

State News

As weather gets wetter, what can towns do to cut down on flooding from stormwater?

Looking to buy fireworks this July 4th in Pa.? Popular tent sales have been sidelined.

About 1,700 fireworks sold in Pennsylvania recalled ahead of July 4 holiday

Fewer tent sales of fireworks in Pennsylvania does not mean safety is less important

With more powerful fireworks available, officials stress safety

Warrior’s Call Boxing Club in Baden has become a healing outlet for veterans in the area.

Church sex abuse scandal makes newly ordained priests want ‘to be holier’

Pa. Ice Cream Trail offers the scoop on creameries

Pennsylvanians with PFAS-contaminated private well water in limbo


Daunting task: Building the Southern Beltway’s interchange with I-79 under the highway

Future planned for Luzerne County-owned Wyoming Valley Airport

Turnpike says electronic tolling working

State delays start of change to county’s paratransit system for low income and elderly


Op-ed by U.S. Rep. Susan Wild: ‘I can only make sense of the loss of my partner in life if I can save someone else’s life’