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Pennsylvania Republicans held on to the state legislature. But Democrats still feel good about redistricting. Here’s why.

Pa. lawmakers target COVID-19 lawsuits, look to tack on fees for electric cars

Quinn’s pipeline safety bill moves to governor’s desk

Pa. conservatives’ hopes for subpoena-fueled election investigation quashed by political reality

Grove, Keefer foster doubts about election after voting firm abandons hearing

Fetterman’s flags fly in the face of some Pa. lawmakers

State boosts broadband, thus economy

State Sen. Judy Schwank will temporarily shut down district office to reduce rising coronavirus cases


Pa. budget doesn’t raise taxes or bail out industries hit by the coronavirus

Coronavirus – COVID-19

State program to aid nursing homes in fighting COVID-19 falling short of goals, some home officials say

Brighton’s Plight: Managing internally

Financially distressed Pa. towns faring better than expected, while others in pain

With the coronavirus raging, Pa. charities face make-or- break situation

Too much or just enough? Western Pennsylvanians divided over latest COVID-19 guidance

New COVID-19 cases and related closures hit Philly area; Montco schools begin a two-week shutdown

Philadelphians brace for a long coronavirus winter: ‘It’s a fog that surrounds us all’

COVID-19 death toll rises in Luzerne, Wyoming counties

Berks County hospitals prepared for coronavirus resurgence as hospitalizations, case numbers increase

Demand lessens for COVID-19 tests on second day

Looking to get a covid-19 test? Here are some of your options

A COVID Christmas? Experts suggest ways for kids, families to cope this holiday season

Jury duty? Many are refusing because of COVID-19, forcing trials to be delayed

As deer season approaches, Pa. hunters adjust camp traditions in light of COVID-19

Washington at a standstill, as states face the loss of federal help amid ‘the worst part of the crisis’

China tests millions after COVID-19 flareups in 3 cities


Biz owners can’t deduct expenses paid with PPP loan money — at least for now

This small Pa. turkey farm processes 4,400 turkeys in four days. It’s not for the weak-hearted.

Roadside America in Shartlesville to close permanently


18-year-old killed, one wounded in Tarentum shooting

1 person dead, another in critical condition after Wilkinsburg shooting, police said

Teen dead, another injured in Monroe County robbery, shooting


The list: Pittsburgh-area school districts shift back to remote learning as COVID-19 cases surge

A look inside schools’ reopening decisions

In Palmerton, parents and students protest to keep schools open during pandemic

Rupprecht family encourages Deer Lakes to implement ‘Hope Squad’ suicide prevention program

Monday Update: More than 500 Wayne County property owners apply for rebates from North Pocono School District

Region’s international student enrollment declined with global pandemic

Penn student who aged out of foster care wins prestigious Rhodes Scholarship

As colleges empty for Thanksgiving, students and staff aim for COVID-safe return home


Nearly all Pa. counties expect to sign off on election results by Monday despite Trump’s attempts to delay certification

Biden supporters in Pennsylvania look ahead to a ‘traditional presidency

Edwardsville, Forty Fort flip from Trump to Biden

‘Stop golfing and concede’: Trump, Md.’s governor spar again after president criticizes South Korean tests

Trump appeals rejection of effort to block Pennsylvania vote

Kelly, Parnell challenge some mail-in voting in court complaint

Supporters of Trump election, Black Lives Matter engage in war of words in Greensburg

Luzerne County election board to certify vote from Nov. 3 election on Monday

Health Care

State’s new ‘Pennie’ health exchange in jeopardy if Trump’s ACA lawsuit prevails

Local News

Scranton gas card use plummeted after investigation exposed lack of oversight

Queen City to receive royal treatment with million-dollar revitalization

Berks Nature’s State of the Environment focuses on healing through nature

Delco budget calls for no tax hike in 2021


Philly man has served 38 years for robbery of $1,200. Witnesses say he wasn’t even there.

Philly opens its annual Christmas Village and Holiday Market amid worsening COVID-19 conditions

From wage taxes to red tape, here’s why Philadelphia is one of the hardest cities to do business

Employers tell what Philly needs and lacks if the city wants to create more jobs

Vision Zero remains crucial to curbing traffic violence in Philly | Editorial

Solving Philly’s poverty problem requires radical thinking — and realism | Editorial

Biden’s COVID-19 strategy should prioritize low-income communities like Philly’s | Opinion


Pittsburgh votes to increase police oversight

Food pantries have adjusted to increased need, but they anticipate a surge

Pittsburgh public relations group establishes Black Excellence Award

Homewood church calls for community unity in response to vandalism

Port Authority scheduling to address missed trips, extend service to Forbes Hospital

State News

State officials urge those in need to use food pantries and other services to avoid hunger


New taxes and tolls ahead? PennDOT is looking for additional funding sources


Under Trump, hundreds of small changes in immigration rules have had a huge impact