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Pa. state prisons suspend all visits amid covid-19 concerns

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‘Somber Time,’ Not Necessarily Sober: Pa. Liquor Stores to Remain Open for Now

Pennsylvania, in the grip of a national health crisis, is taking drastic steps to limit person-to-person interactions. Officials are asking state residents to stay home as much as possible, including

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Philadelphia officer shot and killed while serving warrant

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Penn State moves to online-only classes over coronavirus concerns

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Latest on coronavirus: Pennsylvania up to 21 cases; W.Pa. schools affected

About an hour ago The eastern part of Pennsylvania continues to see an increase in presumed coronavirus cases, according to the state Department of Health. Pennsylvania has 19 presumed cases

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Bucks County confirms 1st cases of coronavirus, bumping Pennsylvania total to 16

Cases of the new coronavirus crept into a new county in Pennsylvania as Penn State, the University of Pennsylvania and at least a dozen other schools are moving classes online

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Where Coronavirus Cases Have Been Reported in the Philly Area

What to Know Cases of the new coronavirus have been reported in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery and Delaware counties in Pennsylvania and Burlington and Camden counties in New Jersey. The cases

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Nearly 10K Pa. government workers are paid at least $100K

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Firefighter, woman killed when fire roars through log cabin in Central Pa.

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Police: Officer shot, killed man after report of stabbing

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Watch: Warriors 118, 76ers 114 | Full game highlights

76ERS at WARRIORS | FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS | March 7, 2020 The Golden State Warriors defeated the Philadelphia 76ers, 118-114. Damion Lee led the way for the Warriors with 24

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2 more presumptive coronavirus cases confirmed in Pa.; now 4 total

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4-Year-Old Boy Struck in Accidental Shooting Inside Home in Olney

A young boy is fighting for his life following an accidental shooting inside a home in Philadelphia’s Olney neighborhood. Police said a man in his 20’s was playing with a

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Biden’s big wins also were big for his Pennsylvania backers

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Democratic Party stalwarts in Pennsylvania heaved a collective sigh of relief as Joe Biden, the choice of many party leaders in the battleground state, emerged from the

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Pa. man tried to have child porn processed at CVS photo center

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Pennsylvania Senate hides some details in expense records

HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Senate is hiding thousands of detailed explanations about its expenses from official records it provided under public records requests about how it spends taxpayer money, news

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Woman Walking Dog Shot by Stray Bullet in Philadelphia

A woman walking her dog in a Philadelphia neighborhood was struck and wounded by a stray bullet, authorities said. The 59-year-old woman and her husband were walking the dog near

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Pennsylvania State Police loosens ban on trooper arm tattoos

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Pennsylvania drivers 40th in the nation in gas consumption

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State-owned universities offering enhanced retirement program

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court to review child sex abuse time limits decision

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Smell of Gas Reported in Center City Leading to Building Evacuations

What to Know Fumes forced the evacuation of Center City office buildings Monday. The strange odor could be smelled from 15th and Market to 22nd and Chestnut. The cause of

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DA: Bucks County man shot, wounded by police during standoff dies

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Wilkes-Barre native reportedly contracts coronavirus on cruise ship in Japan

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Kenney Warns of Deaths as Safe Injection Site Plan Gets Scrapped

In his first public remarks since plans to open a supervised injection site in South Philadelphia were scrapped, Mayor Jim Kenney warned that people could die as a result. “If