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Some lawmakers had concerns about pipeline safety long before FBI probe

A rising number of pregnant women in Pa. report workplace discrimination, while other states pass laws to prevent it

Proposed legislation concerns Catholics

We’re psychologists: This Pa. House bill mandating the burial of fetal remains is emotionally damaging to women | Opinion

Philadelphia raises its own red flag law


Better snowmaking, better skiing expected this winter at region’s resorts

Berks raw dog food company sues federal government


13 prison employees suspended in inmate death

Rahmael Holt joins list of Southwestern Pa. men on death row


After the melee: Radios believed to be deterrent to incidents

Sports official claims PIAA officer retaliated against him

East Penn’s project-based ‘school within a school’ gets green light


Political signs waning in mid-November

Local elections may shade 2020 presidential race

Local News

Luzerne County struggling to attract heavy equipment operators

Faith Baptist Church in Plymouth holds Hometown Heroes event

Correctional officers among new Luzerne County hirings

Luzerne County will not select new tax collector until next year

Documentary highlights the history of Hanson’s Amusement Park

Waverly Comm fundraiser to support building, programs

Women are taking over leadership of a suburban Philly town for the first time ever

200 show love Sunday for Leechburg Community Library

Berks County libertarians making mark on local government

Fountain Hill considering stormwater fee. Nonprofit St. Luke’s would owe most.

National News

California police say 4 dead, 6 wounded at backyard party in Fresno

New Jersey

‘We are believers’: Mother of 10-year-old boy shot in South Jersey shows hope on social media


At Philadelphia Fintech conference, PayPal co-founder foresees the end of the banking and credit card industries

Philadelphia medical schools try alternative therapies to help students cope with stressful profession

2 dead, 5 injured in Saturday night and Sunday shootings in Philly

With safe injection sites, ‘Somebody has to go first.’ It could be Philadelphia

Philly Mayor Kenney calls on library to eliminate fines for overdue materials


State gives $500K to ‘rebuild’ street next to Hunt Armory

Alcosan’s sewage bill assistance program slow to gain traction, raising questions

Man shot, killed in Wilkinsburg on Saturday, suspect in custody

National Take a Hike Day focuses on education during Point State Park tour

Taylor C. Noakes: Pittsburgh should strive for the strictest gun laws in the U.S.

Steve Blass remembers Vera Clemente for her charity work, continued love for Pittsburgh

State News

When it comes to fossil fuels, Pa. is taking big steps — in the wrong direction | Editorial

Attack of the acorns: Weather, chaos, or a vast oak conspiracy?

Catholics halt adoption, foster care programs in Greensburg, Pittsburgh over state rule

Many people in NEPA still struggling to earn living wage

Special gun violence council hosts first hearing

Freon ban approaches: Here’s what Berks Countians need to know

As Cumberland County grows, a wave of restaurants, hotels and retail arrives

PA’s ‘State Superfund’ program cleans up scores of toxic sites across the state; now it’s going broke.


SEPTA Key’s Regional Rail rollout is expected by spring. Here’s what needs to happen before then.

Study debunks myth about safety for backseat passengers

Editorial: Major cuts in road funding hurt Berks

Is PennDOT paving near you? Here’s the agency’s 5-year plan for Bucks County


Congress moves forward on requiring schools to report hazing

Nancy Pelosi invites Trump to testify in impeachment inquiry as new witnesses prepare

Impeachment rules the day, but Pennsylvania lawmakers push bipartisan initiatives