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‘People Are Screaming For Reform’: State Legislation Following Antwon Rose’s Death 2 Years Ago Expected To Be On Gov. Wolf’s Desk Soon

Lawmakers urged to make police discipline records public

Dozens march for Black Lives Matter in W-B

Pa. lawmakers review legislation to allow counting of mail-in ballots before Election Day

Coronavirus – COVID-19

Cities brace for ‘collision course’ of summer heat waves and COVID-19

NIH halts hydroxychloroquine study; says ‘unlikely’ to help COVID-19 patients

Doctor warns of risks in rush to embrace a COVID-19 treatment

Trump turns virus conversation into ‘US vs. THEM’ debate

CDC’s early coronavirus test kits were likely contaminated, federal review confirms

Pennsylvania reports 504 new covid-19 cases, 20 new deaths

Coronavirus deadly to those over 80, but many are surviving


 Pa. coronavirus recovery: Unemployment rate dips; Gov. Wolf says Philly-area can go ‘green’ on June 26

Wolf Loosens Restrictions In Last Of Counties Except Lebanon

Wilkes-Barre City Hall reopening Monday


 ‘Say her name’: Protesters seek justice for Black, trans women amid ongoing unrest

Statues toppled throughout U.S. in protests against racism

Black Lives Matter marches continue in Philadelphia, hundreds turn out for Breonna Taylor and Dominique ‘Rem’mie’ Fells

Protesters demonstrate in Center City against Trump and racism; Mike Pence says ‘all lives matter’

Hundreds Hold A Downtown Sit-In To Demand PA Change Use Of Force Law

Statues of Ulysses S. Grant, Francis Scott Key toppled by protesters

Protests bring ‘moment of hope’ after decades of racial justice rallies in Pittsburgh, region

George Soros conspiracy theories surge as protests sweep U.S.

‘Enough is enough:’ Weekend protests in Harrisburg highlight Black history, lack of opportunity for community

Black Lives Matter supporters rally on Main Street in Fleetwood

‘Destroy the system of racism:’ Peaceful protests marches through Glenolden


‘It’s tough for us’ | Area venues rescheduling events in hopes of retaining business

Organic farm, market and cafe opens in the Poconos

The coronavirus was disruptive, but it didn’t stop everything


Coronavirus changed everything for Class of 2020

Analysis: Four districts remain at top of class


Trump expected to suspend H-1B, other visas until end of year

6 staffers setting up for Trump rally positive for COVID-19

Facebook and Twitter remove ‘racist baby’ video posted by Trump

Judge allows Bolton memoir to proceed, despite Trump administration objection

Trump says he ordered coronavirus testing slowed as his Tulsa rally ends up with many empty seats

Both Biden and Trump campaigns put finishing touches on their Pa. strategies

Giuliani suggests Trump may have fired Manhattan U.S. Attorney over investigations

‘Perfect storm’ led to challenges for primary


2nd Rivers Casino worker tests positive for coronavirus since June 9 reopening

Health Care

Why were nursing homes devastated by the coronavirus? Low pay and staff shortages are among the reasons.

National News

Top federal prosecutor in Manhattan resigns after Trump, Barr move to fire him


Rename Taney Street in Philly is the latest campaign to erase a racist past

Smith Playground is open, slide and all. And here’s more good fun for kids this week, live and live-streamed.

Month’s worth of rain falls in South Jersey. Showers in the Philly-area forecast through Thursday


COVID-19 exposure closes Greensburg YMCA

3rd ‘Civil Saturday’ demonstration takes place in front of Pittsburgh’s City-County Building

Pittsburgh diocese forms new parish to meet spiritual, cultural need of black church members

State News

PennDOT now booking appointments for driver license exams

DUI arrests up 10 percent in 2019, Pennsylvania State Police report


PA Turnpike switches to cashless system despite struggles to collect mailed bills


Pompeo calls U.N. human rights body ‘a haven for dictators’ after they commission report on U.S. race and policing