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State senator doesn’t have legal standing to block Sunoco’s Mariner East construction, Pa. court says

Court rejects Dinniman standing to challenge pipeline

Pa. House of Representatives voluntary buyout offer accepted by 63 employees

Pa. farmers look to state and federal lawmakers for industry relief

Sen. John DiSanto, brother pay delinquent $14K property tax bill

A treatment or a risk?: New IV services need to be regulated for safety

After a smooth spring, can Wolf, GOP lawmakers keep the good vibrations rolling this fall? | Fletcher McClellan


Wolf administration to give away free Naloxone at health centers in Western Pennsylvania

Free naloxone to be distributed in Luzerne County

State health centers giving away naloxone twice this month


Amazon is looking to hire 30,000, plans nationwide job fairs. Some posts pay more than $100,000

Barletta to lead coalition to protect Italian-made goods from tariffs

Editorial: Continued decline of Kmart is tough for communities

Amid trade uncertainty, Pennsylvania sheds manufacturing jobs

Airbnb generates $68 million throughout state


A record 21 lifers are up for commutation in Pa. Does this presage a new era for the Board of Pardons?

Suspect in custody after 3 stabbed in East Pittsburgh

Gateway High School football player arrested in connection with armed robbery

Ex-prison shows animated films made by incarcerated artists

Ex-Montco sheriff’s deputy pleads guilty to federal child porn charges

Priest fights alleged victim’s anonymity

Should prisons use solitary confinement? Advocates condemn it; officials say there is a need

After inmate’s death, activist’s arrest, community members distrustful of prison officials, law enforcement


Jeannette to hire private firm to bolster football game security

Dallas students start at new intermediate school

Berks County steps up to help Reading teachers provide students with school supplies

Reading School District’s teachers start the school year without a contract

For college students with type 1 diabetes, tips for managing the disease on their own

Delaware Valley University will no longer require SAT, ACT scores from applicants in most programs

If Pat Narduzzi wants to silence anyone during Pitt-Penn State week, maybe it shouldn’t be his players but himself

Swarthmore professor urges colleagues to cancel class for climate strike


Pa. introducing online absentee ballot applications

Pennsylvania to launch online application for absentee ballots

Starting Sept. 16, Pennsylvanians can apply for absentee ballots online

Online absentee ballot applications are coming to Pennsylvania

Can Joe Sestak go from an Econo Lodge in Iowa to the White House? He thinks so.

Here’s where Pennsylvania, a swing state in the 2020 election, stands on Trump


Sports betting is a small piece of Penn National’s pie, but it’s growing

Health Care

UPMC’s board is a silent but powerful force in fate of region’s health care

Women pediatricians earn less than men — and work more at home, study finds

Newborn Screenings are vitally important in Pa. | Opinion

Local News

Tally of Luzerne County flood buyouts updated

Mural project brightens Edwardsville, Kingston, Luzerne

Working toward ‘a better Plymouth

Protesters say Children and Youth seizing kids over medical marijuana

Hanover Twp. officials approve tax break for new PSP facility

Greater Wilkes-Barre Taxpayers’ Coalition meets Wednesday

Haverford commissioners announce reinstatement of Bon Air Fire Company — pending changes

Bon Air Fire Company to accept volunteer’s resignation; Haverford will reinstate company

Bensalem hopes first-of-its-kind telemedicine program reduces treatment barriers

Contested Upper Dublin library project gets $1 million boost in state grant money

Westmoreland tax sale draws huge crowd, pulls in $1.08M

VA will host town-hall meeting with veterans in Hempfield

Brackenridge tries more ways to go after delinquent taxes, blight

Fountain Hill needs money or it may replace its police coverage. Why one official thinks St. Luke’s needs to help

On controversial Slate Belt sludge-treatment plant, township planners give it a thumbs down

National News

A federal judge reinstates the nationwide injunction against Trump’s asylum rule


Philly Mayor Jim Kenney hopes to pick permanent police commissioner by end of 2019

City officials expect to hire new police commissioner by year end

Philly courts, DA Larry Krasner try to speed up prosecutions of nonfatal shooting cases

Penn’s head of counseling and psychological services dies by suicide at Center City building

Elizabeth Warren endorses third-party progressive running for Philly City Council

Philly is among the worst U.S. cities for Gen Z, report says

Jody Greenblatt tapped to lead scandal-plagued Philadelphia Mayor’s Fund

William McSwain, drop the supervised injection site lawsuit and let Philly save lives | Editorial

The Kenney administration’s Trump-like new policy is bad for journalism — and Philly | Opinion

Black leaders: More cops fired over alleged racist, violent Facebook postings


Peduto joins mayors at White House to pressure Senate vote on gun control bills

Residents voice concerns over proposed Shadyside development

Shadyside church to host Tree of Life’s High Holy Day services

City Council to host fact-finding meeting on Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy agreement, ballot proposal Wednesday

Pittsburgh group to visit for moonlight hike on Roaring Run and history tour


Man shot in city early Monday; no suspects yet

State News

Was there a different regulatory path for the ruptured Revolution pipeline?

William W. Vogel, 92, former president judge of the Montgomery County Court

Green tongue? Eyelid tremors? Legal medical marijuana makes traffic stops more complicated

Double your elk watching: Murrysville company sets up live webcam in Benezette

State launches student-led voter registration program

Pennsylvanians have a landmark opportunity to strengthen rules to make pipelines safer | Opinion

Protesters rally, march along pipeline route

UGI will build new 47,500-square-foot training center

That’s not mud on your yard furniture, but spotted lanternfly egg masses. Pennsylvania wants you to have no mercy.


Study: What’s the cheapest nationwide car insurer in Pennsylvania?


House panel to hold vote on defining parameters of impeachment investigation

White House weighs controversial plan on mental illness and mass shootings