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Will Gov. Tom Wolf and the GOP-controlled General Assembly get along better?

GOP absorbs losses but retains control in Pa. Legislature

Western Pa. sends record numbers of women to Harrisburg, but still outnumbered by men

Special election looms in 37th Senatorial District for fourth time in 6 1/2 years

49th Legislative race will come down to provisional, absentee, military ballots

Reading officials welcome city’s new congresswoman

‘The year of gun safety’? Takeaways on gun control from Tuesday’s election results

A midterms nail-biter in Bucks County means bad news for Pa. Democrats. But this is Bucks! | Maria Panaritis

Five takeaways from the 2018 mid-term elections, Pa. Legislature division

How Lehigh Valley congressional race went from nail-biter to decisive victory

Pipeline opponent wins Chester County seat in state House

Analysis: Pa. sent midterm message to President Trump

How Brian Fitzpatrick won in an ‘atrocious political environment’ for suburban Republicans

Both parties see lessons in this week’s midterms as the battle for 2020 unfolds

Election 2018 recap: Winners and losers | Editorial

Berks partisans, experts look at what power shift in Washington might bring

What happened? Barletta captured most of NEPA but not the state

With end of political career looming, Barletta looks forward to time with family

Luzerne County voter turnout exceeds 52 percent

Turnout tops for a midterm this century

Westmoreland voter turnout reaches nearly 60 percent

Turnout in Pennsylvania surpassed typical midterm elections, officials say

Midterm voter turnout in Lehigh Valley cracks 50 percent for first time in at least a decade

Bedford sees large demand for ballots

Voter turnout, straight-party ballots up in region, election officials say

Pat Howard: Scott Wagner’s political rise runs into a reality check


John Fetterman isn’t moving into lieutenant governor’s residence


Walmart shooter has his appellate rights reinstated

Three arrested after group assaults city cops who broke up fight

Delaware to move hundreds of inmates to Pennsylvania

14 who protested at Berks Residential Center get ARD

Good read on prison book policy


Strike averted at Forbes Road Career and Technology Center

Strike scheduled at Forbes Road nixed in final moments

Wyomissing students explore futures on Career Day

Crestwood superintendent remains on paid leave

Group offers alternatives to arming Tamaqua Area staff

Tamaqua policy to arm school staff comes under fire

Erie schools unveil $80.8 million buildings plan

Why Pa. and N.J. students carry the most college loan debt in the nation | Debt Valley

Why do we provide affirmative action for athletes? | Opinion

Health Care

One in three nurses says patient safety ‘unfavorable’ at hospitals, Penn study finds

Local News

Wilkes-Barre City administrator Wampole in line for county job

Luzerne County Children and Youth fiscal problems discussed

Former county District Attorney Cohen remembered for compassion, hard work

Divided city council advances $1M loan

Doughboy statue placed in new park

Commissioners introduce final 2019 budget including $500K pension allocation

Scranton council members hear ideas from students

Griffin Pond names new director

Scranton man killed in crash on Northeast Extension

Help wanted: A Braddock mayor to fill John Fetterman’s big shoes

What’s next for Braddock as John Fetterman preps for new role?

Heritage trail meeting set for Thursday in Salem

New management aims to restore Heights Plaza’s ‘past glory’ — and its name

West Deer voters say ‘no’ to paid supervisors

Frazer offers tax credit to volunteer firefighters

Reading puts up 42-foot-tall Christmas tree

Alsace stays with alternate EMS providers as probe of fire company continues

Allentown Council cuts funding for Franklin Street demolition to $200,000

ANIZDA approves changes to Five City Center, Waterfront financing

National News

12 killed at California bar during ‘college night’; sheriff’s officer among the dead

Strict state gun laws save lives of children and teens, Stanford study finds


Philly cop shot, wounded in Kensington when he ‘interrupted a shooting’

Police officer shot in Kensington

Does Philadelphia need another building for contemporary art?

Former West Philly school dean convicted of underage sex assault

2 men dead in possible murder-suicide in N. Philly

Federal appeals judges hear arguments in Philly ‘sanctuary city’ case


No matter the weather, event honoring Pittsburgh shooting victims will go on, Mayor Peduto says

Pittsburgh asks for global minute of silence during ‘Rally for Peace’

‘There’s generosity out there’: Pittsburgh plans trust fund to accept gifts after Squirrel Hill shooting

Pittsburgh establishes public safety fund after outpouring of support

Jewish ‘Stronger Together’ unity concert planned in Squirrel Hill this weekend

Shredding fundraiser planned in memory of Rosenthal brothers

1 Tree of Life victim released, 2 remain hospitalized

Bishop Zubik to hold listening sessions on abuse issue

Woman found dead in Allegheny County Jail identified

Pittsburgh historic commission recommends famous Venturi house for landmark designation

Pittsburgh Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith, husband recovering after car crash

State News

Pennsylvania has no cap on ticket resales, but there are protections

6,000 hits to buried utility lines: New Pa. group hopes to head off dangerous mishaps

Veterans disability benefit criteria expanded


Changes to N. 2nd Street in Harrisburg could divert up to 70 percent of traffic


Trump forces out AG Jeff Sessions, announces change on Twitter

With Sessions out, what will happen to Rod Rosenstein?

White House suspends CNN’s Acosta after Trump confrontation