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State and U.S. lawmakers will lead roundtable discussion on veteran suicide Tuesday

Lawmakers try to close ‘loophole’ in DUI law

Advocates still fighting to end live bird shoots

Kratom has been linked to several deaths, but banning the herbal supplement isn’t easy: Pa. lawmaker

Kratom has been linked to numerous deaths, but it’s legal in Pennsylvania and likely will remain so

Gun rights advocate takes stand against new gun control measures

Labor Day is a reminder that wage inequality still exists in Pa. | Editorial

Labor Day call to action: wages are not keeping up with the cost of living | Opinion

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West Mifflin football player shot multiple times in legs, feet Saturday

Teen killed in Harrisburg shooting identified

EDITORIAL: Gun violence: THE issue of 2020

Trump says he’ll work with Congress to stop mass shootings


In efforts to revive struggling malls, developers eye apartments, microbreweries

Drive-in tradition hangs on in Western Pa.


West Chester University opens campus convenience store staffed by students with autism


Pa. political experts weigh in on Trump’s GOP challengers and

Health Care

Doctors don’t always know what patients will owe for meds

Public warned of possible measles exposure in Hershey, York

Local News

Tax break extension benefits pitched to Luzerne County Council

Luzerne County Council mulling tax break for developer

Valley With a Heart rallies riders for good causes

Valley with a Heart festival raises funds to help sick children

Labor Day event to celebrate workers

Everhart receives grant to create 3D prints of select pieces

Scranton’s Harrison Avenue Bridge holds hidden stories

Italian immigrant marks 23rd year feeding La Festa crowd

MONDAY UPDATE: No parking meters at new Courthouse Square sidewalks, kiosks on the way

Phoenix Rises reaches out to area homeless population

Councilman Bill Scott: ‘I don’t think I should resign’

Opioid Crisis

Ohio attorney general sues to stop upcoming opioid trials

Real opioid justice: Liable companies should bankroll treatment


After fire destroyed their church, Greater Bible Way Temple members worshiped in the street on Sunday


Police say abduction suspect drove to Westmoreland County; toddler still missing

New details emerge on financial situation of Regatta event manager

Amazon rainforest fires spark activist rally in Oakland

Dry August puts brakes on Pittsburgh’s record rainfall pace

Reviewers slam Pittsburgh attractions on travel site

State News

Nonprofit seeking funding for improvement of ‘Eagle Lake’ trail hazard

Canada goose hunt to open in some state parks

Phase 2: Ohiopyle State Park construction to resume in earnest on Tuesday

Pocono Raceway not on IndyCar Series 2020 schedule

Pocono is not on the IndyCar 2020 schedule

PPL’s talking about the birds and the bees, and how it’s trying to get back to nature

New Mexico denies license for shelter for immigrant boys — based on Pa. decision


Costs, freight service likely to keep more Pittsburgh-Harrisburg trains off the tracks

Truck traffic is already a point of contention in Boyertown. A potential landfill expansion would make it worse

Editorial: Keep your eyes on the road


Four Pa. Republicans voted for a landmark gun control law in 1993. Now there’s just one yes vote. Here’s what that means