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Pittsburgh-area incumbents appear set to win nods for new terms in Pa. Legislature

Music teacher unofficial leader among Democrats vying to unseat Republican in Cumberland and York

State Senate candidate Slomski leads in Democratic primary

Comitta leads 3-way race for 19th Senate District

George Scott poised to win Democratic nomination to face GOP incumbent John DiSanto

Kane leads Burman in 9th Senate District

Election Day roundup — latest results in state, region, county

Bridgeville businessman Devlin Robinson leads Sewickley councilman in state Senate race

State House matchups set for general election

State Rep. Tony DeLuca up big in primary rematch against Erin Vecchio

Rep. Patty Kim looks like the winner in 103rd House District

Emily Kinkead leads incumbent state Rep. Adam Ravenstahl in primary challenge

Benham leading in race to replace state Rep. Harry Readshaw

Manny Guzman, Vincent Gagliardo Jr. leading primaries in 127th District amid unprecedented campaign season

Newcomer Nicole Miller enjoys large lead in 87th Pa. House District Democratic primary

State Rep. Sue Helm leads Travis Stauffer in GOP’s 104th district primary

Rob Mercuri in line for GOP nod to seek House Speaker Mike Turzai’s seat

Milou Mackenzie appears on her way to securing Republican nomination in the 131st District

Auditor general race still undecided; Lamb says results ‘encouraging’

Pittsburgh controller leading Democratic race for Pennsylvania auditor general

Lehigh Valley election results: Candidates set for state House, row office races

Pennsylvania 2020 primary: An unprecedented election, with still-incomplete results

Pa. primary election ‘went remarkably smoothly’ despite many challenges

Primary 2020: Local election officials successfully pull off primary amid pandemic

Voters undeterred by coronavirus and inspired by protests turn out for an unprecedented Pennsylvania primary

When will Delaware County voters know who won Tuesday’s contests? It’s going to take time

Pennsylvania held an election. We won’t know the results for days. Here’s what that means for November.

Washington County website malfunctioned Tuesday night, so elections office resorted to paper

Election 2020: Philadelphia voters turn out despite pandemic, civil unrest

Voter turnout on par with typical Harrisburg primary amid COVID-19 and new equipment

Voter confusion abounds in places around Pennsylvania due to consolidated polling places

Final election results in Westmoreland delayed as mail-in ballot count continues

Voters at polls skeptical about mail-in ballots, unconcerned about COVID-19

Despite light turnout at polls, voters who show up said they want to make sure their votes are counted

Uncontested primaries for state representatives set stage for contested November ballots

Sparse turnout at Monroe County polls

Lancaster County 2020 primary election: More than 50,000 mail-in ballots must be counted

Coronavirus precautions and protests create problems but fail to disrupt Pa.’s primary election

Mail-in, provisional ballots cause some disconnect in Lebanon County

Democrat, Republican voters cast ballots for nominating convention delegates, vote count incomplete

Complete Luzerne County election results awaiting further mail-in ballot counting

Voter turnout low at downtown Reading polling locations

Rep. Doyle, a familiar face in Congress, declares victory in 18th District Dem primary

Doyle declares victory with large primary lead over Pitt law professor

Daniels jumps ahead of Bognet in 8th District race for GOP nomination

Bognet holds narrow lead in 8th District GOP race

Quick leads Wegman in race for Democratic nomination in 9th Congressional District in Pa.

Sarah Hammond is apparent winner of Democratic nomination in 11th Congressional District in Pa.

In close race for GOP primary to take on Susan Wild for Congress, Lisa Scheller says she’s confident her lead will hold

DePasquale leads Brier in Democratic primary in 10th District, but race remains too close to call

Count continues in 1st district primaries

Trump, Biden win Pennsylvania primary contests amid unrest, pandemic

Biden, Trump score presidential primary victories in Pennsylvania

Courts extend Pa. mail ballot deadlines in Bucks and Delaware Counties

Shoving match at Pittsburgh polling place punctuates otherwise slow voting day so far

Tuesday’s primary election was boring. And that’s a good thing.


Police reforms proposed after Antwon Rose’s killing have languished in Pa. Will now be any different?

Coronavirus – COVID-19

Pandemic funding may be reduced if action isn’t taken

Allegheny General among 20 health centers slated for CDC-funded coronavirus study

Reading can weather coronavirus financial storm, adviser says

Four new COVID-19 deaths in Western Pa.; 612 new cases in the state

9 new coronavirus cases reported in Allegheny County, 1 new death

2 new coronavirus cases, no new deaths reported in Westmoreland County

County has 11 new COVID-19 cases, 4 new deaths

Eight more died from COVID-19 in NEPA, state’s Tuesday report shows

Montgomery County reports six more coronavirus deaths

Study finds that cleaner, healthier air is social distancing side benefit

COVID-19 cases among New York City federal jail inmates are seven times more than reported

Second IRS stimulus checks: How much could they be worth? This payment will be the last, top Republican says

Wuhan finishes mass testing effort for COVID-19, isolates 300


Westmoreland green phase: No temp checks at courthouse, offices opening

Latrobe set to reopen municipal offices while following covid-19 precautions

Vandergrift to reopen pool and library, Facebook page coming

George Floyd Protests

Peaceful support of Black Lives Matter and area law enforcement theme of Boyertown rally

Protesters rally in downtown York and on the steps of the city police department

Protest in Washington on Tuesday called peaceful, polite

California cities mark peaceful protests, some clashes with police Tuesday

CIA veterans who monitored crackdowns abroad see troubling parallels in Trump handling of protests

Finding light in the darkness

Editorial: Let’s channel anger into positive action


Wilkes-Barre Twp. retailers closed early Tuesday amid looting fears

Danko’s cited 6 times


Berks police say their training should help prevent a tragedy like the death of George Floyd


Temple University intends to open for in-person classes this fall

As the economy struggles, consider community college | Opinion

Local News

Delaware County remains under disaster emergency to recover from civil disturbances

Fresh produce, milk planned for food box distribution in Harrison

Luzerne Foundation’s Youth Advisory Committee awards $15K to charities

National News

Iowa’s Steve King loses GOP renomination fight


‘This is healing’; After three days of chaos and protest over Floyd killing, peace breaks out in Philly

Frank Rizzo statue removed from outside the Municipal Services Building in the middle of the night

Crews remove Frank Rizzo statue from Philly’s municipal services building

Philly mayor, police say tear gas was used as ‘last resort’ on protesters; others question tactics and call for reform

Philadelphia officials tell protesters to get tested for coronavirus or stay home

Disparity in police tactics on display during third day of unrest in Philadelphia

‘I felt like I robbed my own store.’ A Philly jeweler describes a race to save her shop from looting.

Philly plans to increase police funding while cutting city services. Critics say that’s a mistake.

King called riots ‘the language of the unheard.’ Black Philadelphians say it’s now time to listen.

A day after Fishtown residents walked the streets with baseball bats, protesters return to the neighborhood

Philly police stood by as men with baseball bats ‘protected’ Fishtown. Some residents were assaulted and threatened.

Why didn’t Philly police respond to white men with bats? Fishtown neighbors wait for answers

What is the National Guard and why is it here?

As S. Philly gun store owner kills potential looter, customers line up for firearms at other dealers

Trump would like Philly’s response to protests. We’re better than this. | Editorial

I’m a West Philadelphian. The looting is not our biggest problem. | Opinion

Tear gas, then handcuffs: I am an Inquirer journalist who was arrested for doing my job


March ends peacefully after making its way from Market Square to South Side and back

Protesters take to Pittsburgh streets for 4th day in a row to demand racial justice

Police confirm the use of tear gas to clear East Liberty streets Monday night

Pittsburgh police say tear gas, in fact, was used to disperse East Liberty protest crowd

Transit union: Port Authority operators will no longer transport police

Pittsburgh police ask for help identifying riot suspect

Unemployment rate jumps to 16.8% in Pittsburgh metro area


Pa. Turnpike permanently going cashless immediately; 500 collectors losing jobs

PennDOT resumes driver skills tests, issues COVID-19 safety protocols

Allegheny County to provide information, take comments on Springhill Road project in Harrison online